JIDO selects Booz Allen for spot on $325.9M enterprise IT task order

The General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a new five-year, $325.9 million contract to provide secure information technology operations to the Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO), the company announced January 24.

McLean, VA-based Booz Allen will use communications technology to help JIDO gather, assemble, and distribute data sets measuring current enemy threats, ensuring that American warfighters are armed with enhanced battlespace awareness.

“Booz Allen is honored to continue our ten years supporting JIDO’s counter-threat mission,” said John Fuller, vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton. “With the addition of this Enterprise IT award, we are proud to serve as the primary delivery contractor across JIDO’s J6 CIO enterprise and mission services. Our team will continue to push for innovative, cost-effective solutions that enhance JIDO operations to counter improvised threats on behalf of our U.S. forces stationed around the world.”

Source: Booz Allen