booz allen hamilton holdings (BAH) Key Developments
Booz Allen Selected as Prime Contractor by U.S. Air Force
Jun 23 15
Booz Allen announced that it has been selected as prime contractor for USD 7.9 Billion NETCENTS contract by U.S. Air Force. The company is now one of 20 prime contractors able to compete for task orders under the contract, which is slated to run through May 2022. As part of the contract, the company will provide various services and solutions covering existing legacy infrastructure, networks and systems as well as network-centric IT, advanced networking, cybersecurity and voice, video and data communications systems to satisfy Air Force and Department of Defense worldwide requirements.
Booz Allen Hamilton and Trend Micro Incorporated Announce Strategic Partnership
Jun 22 15
Booz Allen Hamilton and Trend Micro Incorporated announced a strategic partnership that fuses Booz Allen's Predictive Threat Intelligence consulting and integration services with Trend Micro's best-in-breed threat intelligence, providing clients with a data-rich, on-demand view of their cybersecurity ecosystems backed by an integrated team of Booz Allen-Trend Micro analysts. The strategic partnership with Trend Micro builds on Booz Allen's deep Cyber Threat Intelligence services. Trend Micro supports Booz Allen's security operations services, helping to defend organizations from advanced, malicious adversaries through pro-active Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) hunting, malware analysis, and security operations center support.
U.S. Army TACOM Selects Booz Allen Hamilton as a Prime Contractor on Three Strategic Service Solutions (S3) IDIQ Contracts with Combined $3.5 Billion Ceiling
Jun 10 15
Booz Allen Hamilton announced that it has been selected as a prime contractor on three TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) Strategic Service Solutions (TS3) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. The awards designate Booz Allen as eligible to compete for task orders for the life of each of the IDIQ contracts, which have a combined ceiling of approximately $3.5 billion. The period of performance is from May 2015 through May 2020 for all three IDIQ contracts. The three TS3 IDIQ contracts feature competitively awarded task orders that include: Knowledge-Based Services (KBS) – Booz Allen will provide engineering and technical services, logistics management services, management support services and professional services across TACOM. The team will develop and implement systems engineering plans, develop test and evaluation master plans, provide engineering support to live fire evaluations, develop architectures to support concept development and lifecycle logistics, including training plans, manpower estimates and product support plans. The KBS IDIQ contract has a $1.8 billion ceiling. Research and Development (R&D) – The firm will provide engineering services, technology design, business case analysis, system design, process improvement and acquisition support. The team will also support legacy ground platform system sustainment, prototype development, design studies, formation based modeling and acquisition strategies. Additionally, Booz Allen will provide survivability analysis and design, and research, development, test and evaluation support for ground vehicles, robots, watercraft, and logistics systems to meet Army requirements worldwide. The R&D IDIQ contact has a $649 million ceiling. Equipment Related Services (ERS) – Booz Allen will perform equipment maintenance, repair and overhaul, modification and installation. The team will also provide technical representatives to keep machines, systems and vehicles functioning or in working order at both domestic and international locations. The ERS IDIQ contract has a $1.1 billion ceiling.
Allan M. Holt Resigns as Member of the Board of Directors of Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation, Effective on June 15, 2015
Jun 5 15
On June 2, 2015, Allan M. Holt resigned as a member of the Board of Directors of Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation, effective on June 15, 2015.
Companies Reportedly In Talk To Acquire CSC's Division
Jun 4 15
CACI International Inc. (NYSE:CACI), Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (NYSE:BAH) and Leidos Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:LDOS) held exploratory
discussions to acquire public sector division of Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC), according to people familiar with the matter. Discussions with the interested parties are in their early stages and may not result in a transaction, said the people.