Booz Allen Hamilton announced it has recently been awarded eight task orders to support the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office (ITS JPO) at the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA). The task orders, spread across multiple Indefinite-Delivery -- Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, are valued at $8 million over three years.
IDIQ contracts covered include Technical Support and Assistance to the FHWA Office of Operations, Intelligent Transportation Systems Technical Support Services, and FHWA Support Services for Transportation Communication Systems Research and Analysis.
Booz Allen will provide technical support services to the Connected Vehicle research program, the Applications for the Environment: Real Time Information Synthesis (AERIS) program, and Data Communications Analysis.
"These new awards put Booz Allen at the center of the USDOT's strategic agenda," said Booz Allen Senior Vice President Doug Lane. "Our recognized industry experts have the unique perspective and expertise to support the ITS JPO's major objectives of improving transportation safety, mobility and environmental impact."
The ITS JPO is enabling transformative change in transportation systems through advanced wireless technology connectivity. The program focuses on creating an intelligent transportation system through the creation and integration of intelligent vehicles and infrastructure.
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