August 19, 2015
McLean, Va — Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as a prime contractor for the $500 million Program Support Center (PSC) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract. The award encompasses a five-year base contract, with one five-year option, giving it the potential to run until March 2025.
“This award enables Booz Allen to continue partnering with HHS and other agencies on a range of policy and program needs, including assessment, design, measurement, technical assistance, and data analytics support as we execute on our long-term growth strategies,” said Giovanna Patterson, Booz Allen vice president and a leader in the firm’s Civil and Commercial Group. “Together with our teammates, we are ready to meet our clients’ core health and policy missions.”
The PSC is the largest multi-function shared services provider to the U.S. government. Under the $500 million IDIQ contract, Booz Allen and its highly qualified small business partners will compete to provide services for PSC’s customers in such areas as:
- Policy analysis
- Program assessment
- Performance measurement
- Technical assistance
- Data analytics
- Social Science Research
As an incumbent over the past five years, Booz Allen and its partners have delivered nearly $30 million in services to a variety of PSC customers through eight competitively awarded task orders. Booz Allen provides strategy and implementation as well as operations and continuous improvement support to a variety of clients. By enabling clients to reduce redundancies and achieve efficiencies, Booz Allen helps clients mitigate risk and focus on their core missions.
Hosted by HHS, the PSC provides their customers with services focused on their needs—so the customers can focus on their core missions. Established 20 years ago, PSC today offers over 40 services to HHS and other Federal agencies on a competitive fee-for-service basis.