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Booz Allen Hamilton Secures $550M ARPA-E Contract to Support Tech Development

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Booz Allen Hamilton Secures $550M ARPA-E Contract to Support Tech Development

McLean, Virginia-based Booz Allen Hamilton has announced a 10-year, $550 million contract from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to support emission reduction and power grid resilience efforts.

Work will involve providing ARPA-E grant recipients with full lifecycle support, including reducing emerging technology risks, Booz Allen said.

The company is also expected to identify climate and energy issues that emerging technologies could address and contribute to an innovation ecosystem by managing competitions, technical reviews and funding.

Mike Miller, who heads Booz Allen’s ARPA-E work and civilian energy business, commented that the company supports a “critical mission” to maintain U.S. competitiveness in science and technology and safeguard the environment.

Work will take place at ARPA-E’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.

News of the contract comes after recent additions to Booz Allen’s energy and climate portfolio, including the use of artificial intelligence to generate climate insights supporting decision-making.

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