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Booz Allen Wins Air Force Spacelift Contract

Booz Allen Hamilton has been tapped to provide engineering and integration services to the Air Force under a $38.4 million systems engineering and integration (SE&I) contract.  The contract will support the Air Force Launch and Test Range System’s Spacelift Range Group based in Los Angeles.

Booz Allen will support efforts to modernize the spacelift range enterprise by developing the structure, processes and tools to increase operating system reliability, maintainability and availability.

The four-year contract also provides for a risk reduction and capability maturation program to develop and maintain the current and future architectures.

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