Booz Allen Hamilton

Information Technology Careers

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Are you ready for what's next in your IT career?

Make a difference. Work with highly talented colleagues. Advance the state of information technology. Receive recognition and rewards for a job well done. If you're ready to do important work, with exceptional colleagues, in a firm dedicated to the spirit of service, now is the time to explore the many career opportunities in IT at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Work with the Best in the Industry

The name “Booz Allen Hamilton” is synonymous with excellence—whether it appears on your business card or resume.

You'll find some of the top security and intelligence professionals in the nation among Booz Allen's ranks and alumni, including:

Staff Development

  • The US Government IT team sponsors full-day events across the firm’s geographies that gather leading functional experts to discuss emerging technologies, assess potential market impact, and develop plans to incorporate our learning into the business.
  • Booz Allen staff have formed more than 15 Technology Focus Groups relating specifically to IT.
  • Team members have access to roughly 4,000 documents in our comprehensive knowledge management repository related to IT strategy, architecture and design, systems development, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, and IT infrastructure.

Information Technology Videos

Information Technology Resources

 

BAH CloudM

Introduced in February 2014 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (“Framework”) offers organizations a standardized approach for managing cybersecurity activities and reducing cyber risk. In order to achieve these ends, the Framework is divided into three sections: the Framework Core, the Framework Profile, and the Framework Implementation Tiers.
 

NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Introduced in February 2014 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (“Framework”) offers organizations a standardized approach for managing cybersecurity activities and reducing cyber risk. In order to achieve these ends, the Framework is divided into three sections: the Framework Core, the Framework Profile, and the Framework Implementation Tiers.
 

Security Through Maturity

Although global companies and governments are discovering the critical importance of supply chain cyber risk management, adversaries have known about it for a longtime. You might have a top-notch cyber security program, but if you don't have a strong supply chain cyber risk capability, you are leaving yourself open to an attack and passing along critical vulnerabilities to customers. Securing the supply chain is essential to decreasing vulnerabilities and creating a competitive advantage that helps your business thrive.
 

Privacy Solutions

Privacy is ultimately about people. It isn’t about rules and regulations: It’s about respecting and protecting the personal data of individuals. Privacy done well goes beyond compliance to also support a company’s strategic vision, business goals, and product plans. After all, reputation is the capital of the digital age, and companies can only thrive if they maintain customer trust. By keeping people at the center of the privacy discussion, companies can create a trusted relationship with customers that shows dividends on the bottom line. 

 

 

Sales & Revenue Analytics

Customer procurement departments are transitioning from a push method of gathering product information—directly asking sales people about products—to a pull method—searching manufacturer websites for product information. This trend poses both risks and opportunities for companies—both of which can be addressed with the right analytical tools.
 
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