Booz Allen Secures $194M Follow-On CMS System Integration Support Contract

Jeff Brody

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will continue its efforts as the marketplace system integrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under a potential five-year, $194M contract, G2Xchange Health reported Friday.

CMS issued the award under its Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract vehicle.

The company has helped CMS maintain a “system of systems” on federally run health insurance marketplaces through a $202M contract awarded in August 2015.

According to Booz Allen, the program includes release and environment management, communication and change control process functions.

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