Booz Allen Hamilton Receives $152M Contract from U.S. Army to Build Recruiting Platform; Michele Hintz Quoted

Booz Allen Hamilton announced on Friday that the U.S. Army is partnering with the company to build a new enterprise technology platform until a potential three-year, $152 million contract. 

“Booz Allen is honored to have been selected by the U.S. Army to develop this mobile, commercial off-the-shelf-based solution for the recruiting and accessioning of its workforce and commanders,” said Michele Hintz, senior vice president at Booz Allen. “Our team of technology and analytics experts brings extensive experience delivering the latest open and smart solutions to overcome the increasingly complex challenges facing the U.S. Army.”

The Army is taking steps to grow its end-strength over the coming years, in accordance with Army Vision, but faces the challenge of finding and reaching the men and women that will be America’s future soldiers.

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