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Massachusetts

Perhaps no other state in the country evokes thoughts of the nation’s early history like Massachusetts. From the 1600’s settlement of Plymouth to the Salem Witch Trials, Boston Tea Party, and first stirrings of the American Revolution, Massachusetts holds a preeminent position in the country’s past.

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Today, higher education, health care technology, high technology, and financial services lead the state’s economy.

Boston—a small city with a diverse, modern, and exciting urban environment—is the regional hub. Its public transportation system makes it easy to commute and get to some of the city’s popular restaurants and pubs, historic sites, and national sports venues. And into the suburbs, where family-friendly neighborhoods combine with the urban vibe. Boston also has the greatest concentration of colleges per square mile than any other city.

Booz Allen serves clients from three main locations. Staff from the Boston office support the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Department of Transportation (DOT), and other transportation clients as .Net software developers, safety analysts, and modeling and simulation experts in airport safety.

The Lexington office serves Hanscom Air Force Base with expertise in systems engineering, information assurance, radar engineering, and acquisition analysis. Staff with Air Force backgrounds are especially in demand.

The Westborough office requires staff with clearances or who can be cleared to serve clients in the areas of face-recognition software, forensic biometrics, .Net software development, test engineers, software architecture, and business analysis.

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Booz Allen Cybersecurity Twitter Chat

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Booz Allen will host its first Twitter chat discussion on Thursday, February 20, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. ET using the hashtag #CyberChat.
 

The Smart Command Town Hall Series

With support from Government Executive Media Group’s Defense One custom events business, the series features four town hall events across the country from November, 2013 through March, 2014 focusing on putting innovative, interoperable technologies into the hands of warfighters more rapidly, efficiently, and cost effectively.
 

Improving Resiliency in Functional & Access Needs Population

A preparedness community event used Design Thinking to address resiliency challenges for people with functional and access needs.
 

"I Won't Back Down"

A research report in partnership between Booz Allen Hamilton, Harvard University, and the Brookings Institution on complexity and courage in U.S. Federal executive decision making.
 

Evacuation Planning and Operations

Booz Allen's proven methodology for emergency planning involves an integrated, coordinated, and structured approach to developing, implementing, and improving plans and procedures.
 
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