G2X TAKE: Booz Allen Hamilton, a global technology and management consulting firm and longtime partner to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has been awarded a new 32-month task to provide information system support services. This task, valued at $22.4M, was awarded using GSA Alliant 2, 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 3-year Cybersecurity and Privacy Support Services task, and on the heels of adding several strategic wins with 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 Collection 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 at 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 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.
Award ID: 75D30121F10832