When we work together to support government, everyone wins. That’s why Booz Allen readily partners with industry associations, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations, providing leadership as we tackle the issues and challenges facing our nation today.
By working with civic-minded colleagues from diverse organizations and backgrounds, we open ourselves to new perspectives and innovative thinking, and expand our own capabilities and understanding of government's potential.
Booz Allen offers leadership and support to the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) International, an organization that strengthens the partnership among government, academia and industry in the fields of communications, IT, intelligence, and global security.
By providing a forum for government Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) professionals to develop relationships and jointly explore issues and solutions, AFCEA helps government agencies address pressing challenges while nurturing a cadre of young, diverse leaders within the C4I community.
National security is a shared responsibility. Through our partnership with the non-partisan Business Executives for National Security (BENS), we work closely with the defense community to advance our nation's interests and security.
Working with BENS, we sponsored a cyber attack simulation bringing together more than 200 senior government officials, business executives and others to explore how to prepare for a massive cyber attack.
Booz Allen also collaborated with BENS and other organizations on a summit examining how we can help returning war veterans reintegrate into our communities. On these and other projects, we are working to strengthen the partnership of government and industry to strengthen our nation’s security.
Government agencies rely increasingly on complex information and network systems for smooth and effective operations. The International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE) assists government in these efforts by helping to build a strong and capable community of systems engineering professionals.
INCOSE disseminates systems engineering knowledge, promotes international collaboration in systems engineering, and encourages government, academic, and industry support for research and educational programs. Booz Allen's active leadership in INCOSE strengthens the discipline and contributes to our own knowledge and success in helping government clients develop large, complex systems.
Inspired to serve. That's why many of our finest government employees entered public service. And that's why we partner with the non-profit Partnership for Public Service on projects to help transform government and inspire a new generation of public servants.
Our joint activities and research have included studies on engaging new employees in their work, using telework to improve government services and efficiency, strengthening the federal cybersecurity workforce, and applying positive leadership to implement change in government.