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Booz Allen Hamilton today announced it has now won four of the Full and Open Pillar contracts involving a range of full system lifecycle support activities for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SCC Atlantic). Most recently, the firm won a contract with a total ceiling of nearly $900 million to support the integrated cybersecurity and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) operations of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SCC Atlantic). The competitive ID/IQ contract has an initial one-year period of performance, with four, one-year options that could extend the work through July 2018. SSC Atlantic, an engineering command within the U.S. Navy, delivers adaptive and secure solutions to many naval, joint and national agencies. Under the terms of the MAC, Booz Allen will support a broad array of cybersecurity, information assurance and information operations projects for the Navy, Marine Corps, and other components of the Department of Defense. The scope of the contract also covers full system lifecycle support including research, development, testing, evaluation, production and fielding of C4ISR information technology systems. “Innovation and adaptability lead the next chapter of cybersecurity, which means it’s absolutely vital that we leverage our technical and engineering expertise to help SSC Atlantic meet the challenges of the 21 st century,” said Rene Castro, Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton. “We are eager, along with our large and small business partners on the contract, to advance SSC Atlantic’s objectives with the most innovative, tailored cybersecurity and C4ISR solutions.” Booz Allen, a leader in the cybersecurity and C4ISR communities, has been a proud partner of SSC Atlantic for more than 20 years. In addition to receiving the Integrated Cyber Operations Full & Open Pillar work, Booz Allen has secured wins to serve as a prime contractor on three other SSC Atlantic Pillar MAC contracts: Decision Superiority Full & Open Pillar; Business & Force Support Full & Open Pillar; and Battlespace Awareness Full & Open Pillar. These three additional contract awards are similarly valued at almost $900M each.