U.S. Navy Awards Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services Contract To Support Emerging Navigation Systems

Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services LLC (BES), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Booz Allen Hamilton, announced today that it has been awarded a prime contract to provide engineering and technical support services to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific). The competitive multiple-award contract has a value of $30.9 million over the three-year base period of performance and a maximum value of $52.7 million if the two-year option is exercised.

A technical leader for Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) warfighter solutions, SSC Pacific integrates forces, platforms and functions into coordinated operational capabilities. Under the terms of the contract, Booz Allen Engineering Services will provide integration design and analysis services for emerging technologies in navigation, air surveillance and reconnaissance to SSC Pacific’s Navigation and Applied Sciences Department.

Additional Booz Allen Engineering Services efforts will comprise of evaluating the impact of evolving tactics on the integrity of navigation signals, systems integration, engineering, design, testing and analysis for emerging navigation and C4ISR technologies on ships, aircraft and land vehicles.

“With thousands of experienced engineers and C4ISR professionals, Booz Allen continues to provide the most cohesive, multi-disciplinary and cost-effective solutions – from concept to fielded capability,” said Monty Montero, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services. “We are extremely pleased that this approach will enable SSC Pacific and the Navy’s decision makers to improve how they manage information essential to successful military operations.”

Booz Allen Engineering Services, the incumbent on this contract, has been working with SSC Pacific for more than a decade.

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