Air Force Lifts Suspension of Booz Allen's San Antonio Office

April 16, 2012

The Air Force has lifted the two-month suspension of Booz Allen Hamilton's San Antonio office, under a three-year administrative agreement reached Friday.

The office was suspended from federal contracting and proposed for debarment in February, after an employee, a retired Air Force officer, allegedly shared protected proprietary information obtained from the Air Force, according to a Feb. 6 memo by the Air Force deputy general counsel.

That information included pricing data and labor rates on an expiring $75 million IT Modernization Services contract held by the company NIC. Booz Allen's San Antonio office was planning to compete for the contract, which provides information technology support services for Air Force medical programs. 

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