Booz Allen Reports $295M in Wins on $873M NGA Tech Services IDIQ; Richard Wilhelm Comments

Richard Wilhelm

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has won $295 million in prime awards from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency since May under a potential $873 million contract for enterprise support and technical services.

The company said Thursday NGA awarded the Enterprise Support to Management and Resources for Technical Services contract in May, through which it will acquire services through December 2016.

Booz Allen also held a spot on NGA’s predecessor SMARTS contract, awarded in 2006.

The ESMARTS contract continues a 30-year working relationship between the company and NGA, including its predecessor agencies, said Richard Wilhelm, an executive vice president.

Goals of ESMARTS include developing new sets of services and information, he added in a release.

Work under this indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will include helping NGA get geospatial intelligence data to users, the company said.

NGA’s strategic initiatives covered under ESMARTS include content, customer service, open information technology environment, analytic capabilities, workforce, workplace and functional management.

The company also holds a position on a $7 billion Army contract for software engineering.

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