Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has won three contracts worth up to $102 million combined to help the Federal Highway Administration run technology- and policy-related programs, the company said Tuesday.
The five-year, cost plus fixed-fee contracts cover 17 program areas within three FHWA operations offices such as the office of transportation operations, office of transportation management and the office of freight management and operations.
Booz Allen will help the agency develop and use technical tools for models and computer-aided instructional projects; technology transfer and technical assistance programs; and program assessment.
Under a $62.8 million contract, the company will help deploy a new intelligent transportation system and a joint program office research program.
Another $29.5 million contract covers support for traffic analysis tools, tolling and pricing programs, real-time traveler information, operations planning, performance management and a uniform traffic control device manual.
The company will also provide management support for corridor traffic, freeways, road weather, travel demand and work zone programs.
A third $9.5 million contract covers support for traffic incident management, emergency transportation operations and planned special events.