Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will help the Federal Highway Administration conduct research and development activities under a $25.8 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract.
The company will provide technical support to the FHWA’s policy as it works to evaluate and assess strategic plans, designs and investments, Booz Allen said Friday.
Brian Legan, a Booz Allen vice president, said the company will also offer analytic models that aim to help the FHWA address infrastructure challenges.
Booz Allen will also help create and interpret surveys, studies and findings for future projects under the IDIQ, which runs through 2018.
The company also holds three other five-year contracts worth $102 million combined to help the Transportation Department run technology- and policy-related projects.