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Booz Allen Principal Holly Rollins Talks Keeping Pace with Cyber

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This piece profiles Holly Rollins, a principal senior director leading Booz Allen’s aerospace cyber business and Denver office. Prior to joining Booz Allen, she received an MBA in finance, and for the past 24 years she has brought this expertise to cyber business development and capability generation across the aerospace sector. Read more about Holly’s cyber journey and her advice for inspiring young women toward STEM careers, below.

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Forbes Lists Booz Allen Among “America’s Best Employers for Diversity”

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Inclusion of women, people of color, veterans, members of the LGBTQ community, and people in the workplace isn’t just the right thing to do—it’s good for business. According to the World Economic Forum, “individuals who work in open, diverse, and inclusive environments are usually able to perform better, because each individual is able to bring their authentic self to the workplace.”

DC Tech Media Recognize Dee Dee Helfenstein, Dr. Lauren Neal, Jinnyn Jacob

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The DC tech sector is thriving. “Our region has a vibrant innovation ecosystem that is one of the most important in the United States. Advanced technologies that drive the country’s economy are nurtured here and further developed and deployed by our highly talented workforce and entrepreneurs,” wrote entrepreneur Jonathan Aberman in The Washington Post on February 19, 2018.

This November, two media organizations that cover this ecosystem in depth recognized three women from Booz Allen for their roles as leaders, connectors, and contributors.

The IRS, Department of Labor and Booz Allen Talk Innovation: Highlights from the Atlantic Festival

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Americans expect the same efficient and effective digital experiences from government as they do leading consumer brands. How are federal departments and agencies catching up in terms of technological innovation in Citizen Services? And what’s next on the horizon?

Limitless Learning, Community-Driven Culture Make Booz Allen a Top San Diego Workplace

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San Diego is the place to be for tech professionals. The city ranked first among U.S. cities for projected tech hiring in human resource consulting firm Robert Half’s annual report of forecasts and trends. In this hot market for talent, Booz Allen continues to stand out.

On November 11, The San Diego Union-Tribune and Energage (formerly WorkplaceDynamics) recognized Booz Allen as a 2018 Top Workplace and honored the tech giant with the Innovation Spotlight Award for being an organization that encourages new ideas.

Meet Booz Allen’s Nancy Laben: A Woman Who Means Business

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Hear how Nancy Laben’s grandmother and experiences in Japan inspired her career [Credit: Washington Business Journal]

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

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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

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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

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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

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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:

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