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Booz Allen Wins $87M For Army Cloud ISR Software Architecture

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has won an $87.8 million task order to provide software architecture support for the Army’s intelligence system using cloud computing, the company announced Monday.

The company received the order through the $16.4 billion Rapid Response 3rd Generation contract vehicle.

The company will work with the intelligence and information warfare directorate to update improve the Distributed Common Ground System, which provides soldiers intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.

DCGS processes and combines large databases for analyzing, integrating and sharing at the brigade combat teams, division, corps, theater and Army levels for intelligence analysis.

The system also integrates data from sensors and intelligence sources.

The company also holds a position on a nearly $171 million contract to provide engineering for control, communications, computers, and intelligence systems.

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