G2X TAKE: Booz Allen Hamilton has been awarded a new 10-month contract to provide the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases with Data Collation and Integration for Public Health Event Response (DCIPHER) Project Management Support. This contract, valued at $12M, was awarded using GSA IT-70, citing COVID-19 urgency and drawing no other bidders.
- Booz Allen Hamilton continues to be a major partner across CDC with this award coming just weeks after they added a $22M CDC Information System Support task and a 3-year Cybersecurity and Privacy Support Services task win. This was on the heels of adding several strategic wins with the CDC in 2020, to include a $74M OCIO Technical Applications Support Services task win; a NAMCS EHR Data Collection task; a $12M NCEZID Immunization Information Systems (IIS) Support Services task; a Data Collation and Integration for Public Health Event Response (DCIPHER) COVID-19 PM response contract; a COVID-19 ELIMS Support task; a CSTF EIP and LTRA Improvements for COVID-19 Response task; and a CSELS Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and Data Collection task.
- Summit Sampat, a longtime Booz Allen leader supporting CDC, who can bring perspective gained leading multiple cross-functional teams of over 100 staff members to develop IT and Informatics solutions to advance the public health mission at CDC, was promoted last year to serve as a Principal/Director.
- Booz Allen Hamilton recently announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Liberty IT Solutions, LLC, a leading information technology and services firm, for $725 million. The acquisition will broaden and deepen Booz Allen’s digital solutions capabilities, expand its talent base and service delivery models, and strengthen its ability to work with strategic industry partners to help clients adapt and transform. More here.
- Booz Allen was named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
RFP ID: 75D301-21-Q-73108
Award ID: 75D30121F10772