G2X TAKE: Beating out three other bidders, global technology and management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton continues its efforts in support of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with the award of a new 3-year contract to support Burden Reduction using Human Centered Design. This contract, valued at $10M, was awarded using the GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS).
- Booz Allen will be a familiar partner to CMS with recent experience that includes a Medicare Advantage Marketing and Communications Analysis contract; a CMS Oncology Care Model (OCM) Learning System task; a $14M CMS Independent Impact Evaluation contract; a $194M CMS Marketplace System Integrator support contract; a $53M CMS Payment Error Rate Measurement (PERM) Eligibility Review contract; and a CMS Health Informatics Strategy and Support contract they were awarded this time last year.
- Booz Allen Hamilton made news earlier this summer when they announced they had entered into an agreement to Acquire Liberty IT Solutions in a move that would strengthen its unique market position as a leader in digital transformation, and accelerate already robust growth in its health business and beyond. More here.
- The company also announced a recent investment in leading Adaptive AI Company Latent AI; and that they would be partnering with Databricks to Drive Value for Federal Agencies with Unified Data Analytics.
- Booz Allen Hamilton has also been busy strategically positioning its team of late to include tapping CMS and SSA SME David Sulek for Senior VP; tapping Jason Grogg for Principal, Health Growth Accelerator; recruiting health executive Larry Boland to be Lead Associate, Health Account Group; and recruiting experienced Federal Health growth lead Andrew Mannetti to support CMS.
- Booz Allen Hamilton was also named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come and this US Veterans Magazine Article recently identified Booz Allen Hamilton as one of the Companies Who Love To Hire Veterans.
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