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Booz Allen Awarded $165M Cybercom Support Contract

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has received a potential five-year, $165 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide support services to the U.S. Cyber Command.

GSA’s Federal System Integration and Management Center issued the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract that covers provide planning, policy, training, command administration and staff support work, Booz Allen said Wednesday.

James Allen, an executive vice president and cyber account leader at Booz Allen, said the company uses a “proactive” approach in efforts to help defend U.S. infrastructure against cyber threats.

The McLean, Virginia-based government information technology contractor employs a team of analysts, operators and engineers to deliver cybersecurity services to public and private sector customers.

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