Booz gets new DIMHRS contract

Booz Allen Hamilton will continue to provide support services to the Defense Department’s Joint Requirements and Integration Office under a new $106 million contract, the company announced. Booz has supported the office since 2002.

The five-year deal calls for Booz to deliver the functional requirements for the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources Systems, a multimillion-dollar program to develop a single personnel and payroll system.

The company will also offer strategic outreach and change management/human resources management under the Business Management Modernization Program, a multibillion-dollar initiative to streamline business systems.

Booz is also required to develop the architecture for human resources systems and to streamline enterprise architecture and manpower.

The office provides information management support to the undersecretary of Defense for personnel and readiness.

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