Booz Allen Hamilton
Aug 1, 2008
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Booz Allen Hamilton Wins Share of $900 Million USAMS II Contract

McLean, VA — Booz Allen Hamilton today announced that it has been selected to provide services under the United States Strategic Command Systems and Missions Support (USAMS II) contract. The firm is one of six companies selected to compete for up to $900 million worth of advisory and assistance tasks. All six contracts will have a shared capacity of $900 million to include the base year and four option years.

The USAMS II indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract will provide a full range of Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) support to USSTRATCOM, the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), and the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA).  The scope of this new contract will include support to all missions and requirements of USSTRATCOM.  These efforts include the mission areas of full-spectrum global strike, space operations, computer network operations, Department of Defense information operations, strategic warning, integrated missile defense, global Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), nuclear deterrence, and deterring and defending against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Mark HermanAccording to Booz Allen Vice President Mark Herman, the contract OIC, “USAMS II provides us with a wonderful opportunity to continue to provide support that will literally span the nation through the provision of integrated services. It recognizes that we can help our STRATCOM and other Air Force clients be ready for the next challenges that lie ahead.”

Support shall include all USSTRATCOM-related systems, such as the Integrated Strategic Planning Analysis Network (ISPAN); USSTRATCOM C2 systems; Command infrastructure; common-user and dedicated satellite control networks; the Space Surveillance Network; the Missile Warning systems; current and future operational spacecraft programs; National/Ballistic Missile Defense Systems; Computer Network Defense, Exploitation and Attack (CND/E/A); current and future commercial programs; a family of tactical space systems; national space systems; distributive C2 nodes/networks; and space launch vehicles to include new generation expendable and reusable launch vehicles and the overall integration of the various mission areas concept of operations.  The USAMS effort also addresses intelligence, intelligence-related, counterintelligence (CI), and information assurance systems.