Booz Allen Lands Spot on $2.5B SEC IT Services IDIQ

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will compete for orders to help the Securities and Exchange Commission address business information technology requirements under a potential 10-year, $2.5B indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The company said Wednesday it will work under the SEC Office of IT’s OneOIT contract to help the agency protect investors, regulate markets and guide formation of capital.

“We are honored to expand our relationship with the SEC to deliver a full suite of integrated IT solutions over the next decade in support of the commission’s IT modernization and transformation journey,” said Jeff Fossum, senior vice president at Booz Allen.

He added that the firm would leverage the contract to provide digital, analytical, cybersecurity and consulting services to help the commission perform its duties.

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