Booz Allen Hamilton's subsidiary Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services has been awarded a task order under the US General Services Administration's (GSA) Alliant government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) vehicle.
According to the $413m contract, Booz Allen Engineering Services will support the 902nd Mission Support Group's Randolph Trainer Division at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, US.
The company will also function as the systems integrator to design, develop, procure, analyse and support US Air Force's (USAF) aircraft flight and maintenance training systems and simulators.
The task order has a one-year basic award, with four one-year options, while specific work will be proposed and awarded individually over the life of the task order.
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services Monty Montero vice-president said, "Our experienced team is ready to assist the 902nd Mission Support Group with the critical work of ensuring our air force gets the most value out of its investments."
GSA's premier enterprise GWAC, Alliant, offers access to customised IT solutions for agencies and provides for long-term planning of large-scale programme requirements.
For past four years, the company has developed and fielded airborne and forward air control training systems and also provided engineering services to the 902nd Mission Support Group.
The mission support group functions include civil engineering, communications, comptroller, contracting, force support, logistics readiness, operations support, security forces, staff judge advocate and trainer development.