U.S. Army’s Project Director, Network Enablers contract won by Booz Allen Hamilton

MCLEAN, Va. The General Services Administration (GSA)Federal Systems Integration and Management center (FEDSIM) executed a five-year task order totaling an estimated $159 million for Booz Allen Hamilton to provide the U.S. Army - Project Director, Network Enablers (PD Net E) systems engineering services to streamline the Army’s tactical and data network capabilities under the GSA Alliant contract.

Under contract, engineers will assist with standardizing processes, reducing overhead, improving security, and increasing efficiency for PD Net E. It is design to help PD NET E leadership to integrate capabilities such as hardware, software, security, and tactical network initialization solutions.

Read more on network security:
General Dynamics' GDIT Cloud authorized for federal use
CACI engineers continue IT support to DIA under $6 billion contract
National Cyber Analyst Challenge won by Iowa State students