Booz Allen Subsidiary to Analyze Navy Navigation Tech; Monty Monero Comments

BoozAllenLogoA Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) subsidiary has won a potential five-year,  $52.7 million contract to provide integration design and analysis services to the U.S. Navy for future navigation technologies.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific selected Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services LLC to help study technologies for navigation, air surveillance and reconnaissance, Booz Allen said Friday.

Booz Allen Engineering Services is the incumbent on the contract and has worked with SSC Pacific for more than a decade.

Monty Montero, a subsidiary vice president, said Booz Allen Engineering Services will work with SSC Pacific and Navy decision makers to manage information used for military operations.

The subsidiary will also evaluate how changing military tactics impact navigation systems and C4ISR technologies used on ships, aircraft and land vehicles.

You may also be interested in...

Gen. John Raymond Chief of Space Operations U.S. Space Force

Gen. John Raymond: Space Force’s Acquisitions Command to Include Offices for Legacy, Nontraditional Contracting

Gen. John Raymond, chief of space operations of the U.S. Space Force and a 2020 Wash100 awardee, has said the service branch plans to include nontraditional and legacy procurement offices in its planned acquisitions command, SpaceNews reported Wednesday.

David Appel VP Raytheon I and S

Raytheon to Support USAF DevSecOps Software Dev’t; David Appel Quoted

Raytheon Technologies' (NYSE: RTX) intelligence and space business has signed a five-year basic ordering agreement to help the U.S. Air Force develop agile and secure software. The company said Wednesday it will support USAF's pursuits with Platform One, a team tasked to support development, security and operations or DevSecOps for the Department of Defense.