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Kansas

Kansas, on the edge of the grain belt, welcomes residents and visitors alike. Family-oriented, the state features open space, a low cost of living, a good industrial base, and many attractions for children and adults.

View our Kansas offices.

In fact, there’s something for everyone—art museums, music festivals, hunting, boating, historic sites, Native American culture, NASCAR, and major university sports teams.

And of course, BBQ! Kansans take their BBQ seriously, often staying up till the wee hours to make sure it’s done right.

Booz Allen’s Kansas City office serves primarily the U.S. Marine Corps and the Department of Agriculture across the firm’s technology capabilities. The Leavenworth office, not far from Kansas City supports the U.S. Army at Ft. Leavenworth with defense analysis and Army doctrine expertise.

To learn more about Booz Allen’s opportunities in Kansas, contact [email protected]

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