Booz Allen Hamilton said it bagged $937 million deal from the U.S. General Services Administration Federal Systems Integration and Management Center to initiate Global Threat Mitigation Program.
The company said the award was made using GSA’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) and represents the largest OASIS award to date.
The GTMP is designed to bolster U.S. security interests at home and abroad, and protect military forces. Booz Allen said it will support the Department of Defense with assessments that identify and analyze evolving and emerging threats.
Moreover, it will provide training and expertise to US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) and its operational and strategic partners to combat threats.
“The need to modernize and be more agile in identifying emerging or changing threats, and rapidly mitigate them is more important than ever before,” said Brian McKeon, executive vice president and leader of FORSCOM.
He acknowledged that Booz Allen has consistently collaborated with FORSCOM, Combatant Commands, the Army National Guard, the Army Reserve, the Army Service Component Commands and our Partner nations to combat threats including those in cyberspace.