NYSE:BAH

Booz Allen’s Leslie Raimondo Recognized as a 2018 Global Leader in Consulting

Article

With companies and public-sector organizations increasingly working across international issues, the consulting business is now a global one that serves clients without traditional borders that once existed. Because of that, ALM’s Consulting Magazine created an award in to recognize consulting leaders that have changed the way their firms operate in this environment and have impacted the consulting profession overall to meet global requirements.

IDC MarketScape Names Booz Allen a Leader in U.S. Cyber Response

Blog

Cybersecurity remains an increasing concern and investment priority for organizations across the globe. Worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software, and services is forecast to reach $133.7 billion in 2022, 45 percent greater than the $92.1 billion forecast for 2018, according to tech analyst firm IDC. IDC MarketScape recognized Booz Allen’s work in cybersecurity by positioning the company as a Leader in U.S. Incident Response in its September 2018 report.

What’s Ahead for AI in National Security? Insights from Booz Allen’s CEO and Panel

Multimedia with summary

As artificial intelligence (AI) offers capabilities we could not have imagined, what are the promises and pitfalls for national security leaders? Which challenges can be addressed with AI, and which will require human management?

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers Recognizes 5 Booz Allen Employees

Multimedia with summary

The percentage of Asian Americans in science and engineering occupations more than doubled from 1993-2010—increasing from 9.1 percent to 18.5 percent.1

The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) has recognized five Booz Allen employees for their contributions as science and engineering professionals to academia, local communities, and the global business world.

Winners of 2018 SASE Awards include:

From Summer Games Intern to Cybersecurity Pro: Meet Booz Allen’s Katie D’Hondt

Multimedia with summary

During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, October 2018, Booz Allen is spotlighting women in cybersecurity. This piece profiles Katie D’Hondt, a 2015 Summer Games intern who now supports the firm’s work with the Department of Homeland Security. Prior to joining Booz Allen, Katie worked at the Partnership for Public Service. She is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School and the University of Michigan.

What do you love about your job?

Booz Allen Convenes DoD, Simulation, Gaming Panelists to Talk VR/AR

Multimedia with summary

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) use data science, machine intelligence, and creativity to enable training and planning in a safe environment—without consequences. How is this playing out in battlefield simulations, education, and beyond, and what can we expect in terms of technology—and ethics—in the future? 

Workplace Mental Health Top Priority for AHA Roundtable, Booz Allen

Article

Despite the fact that roughly one in five U.S. adults experience mental illness in any given year1, many will not disclose to their employers that they suffer from a mental health disorder for fear of being stigmatized2.

Booz Allen Announces 13 New Women of Color STEM Awardees

Multimedia with summary

While job market demand for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) talent continues to grow, women and minorities remain underrepresented in STEM fields. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, women hold less than 24 percent of U.S.-based positions in STEM fields. The disparity is even greater for women of color

Booz Allen’s Dianna Carr Talks Privacy, Policies, and Balancing Priorities

Multimedia with summary

During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, October 2018, Booz Allen is spotlighting women in cybersecurity. This piece profiles Dianna Carr, who is a Lead Associate in privacy and cybersecurity strategy. Prior to joining Booz Allen, Dianna was the Deputy Director, Privacy for the Department of Homeland Security, National Protection and Programs Directorate. She has a B.S. in finance from Lehigh University.

How did you get started in cybersecurity?

Booz Allen and LaunchCode: Fast-Tracking Veterans into Mission-Critical Careers

Article

Booz Allen is working with LaunchCode, a non-profit created by Square co-founder Jim McKelvey, to fast-track veterans into in-demand fields like data science.

Pages

Subscribe to NYSE:BAH