The U.S. Air Force selects Booz Allen as a prime contractor for the $7.9 Billion NETCENTS-2 Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions contract
McLean, VA-based Booz Allen Hamilton announced June 23 that it has been selected by the U.S. Air Force as a prime contractor for the $7.9 billion Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS) Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for U.S. Air Force IT programs. The award designates Booz Allen as one of 20 prime contractors eligible to compete for task orders for the life of the IDIQ, which is expected to run through May 2022.
“This award expands upon Booz Allen’s already strong presence on the Air Force NETCENTS family of contracts,” said Kim Bird, Booz Allen Hamilton vice president and a leader in the firm’s Air Force business. “We will deliver solutions to affordably transform the Air Force IT enterprise based on our broad domain, engineering, cyber and technical expertise.”
As part of the NETCENTS-2 Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions contract, Booz Allen will deliver a wide range of services and solutions covering existing legacy infrastructure, networks, systems and operations as well as emerging requirements. The company will provide network-centric information technology, cloud-based capabilities, advanced networking, and cybersecurity, voice, video and data communications, system solutions and services to satisfy Air Force and DoD combat support, command, control, computing, communications, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) requirements worldwide. Booz Allen possesses both a Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 rating as well as International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 20000 and ISO 9001:2008 certifications.
The NETCENTS-2 Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions award is the third IDIQ award Booz Allen has received under the NETCENTS-2 umbrella contract.
“These awards, which are centered on our differentiated Systems Delivery, Cyber and Engineering growth platforms, are critical to Booz Allen’s long-term growth strategy, which we call Vision 2020,” said Dick Johnson, Booz Allen vice president. “We look forward to delivering on our commitments by partnering with the Air Force on innovative solutions to better meet their software engineering, mobile, data analytics and network infrastructure needs.”
Source: Booz Allen Hamilton