America needs bold ideas and new ways of thinking to re-imagine, rebuild, and re-invent how we use our national mobility, energy, water, and natural infrastructures. Booz Allen brings together multiple stakeholders to collaborate and build the kind of leadership, vision, and knowledge needed to make strong, modern infrastructure a reality today, and for our nation’s future.
Booz Allen defines its core mission as working with clients to deliver results that endure. Today, our clients face large-scale issues of unprecedented complexity: global climate change, rebuilding urban infrastructure, water scarcity, preparing for pandemics, dealing with aging populations, and maintaining quality of life in the face of globalization. Learn More
Booz Allen works with the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) and its modal administrations, airports, ports, and the US Postal Service (USPS) across all modes of transportation. Whether client agencies move people or goods by land, sea, or air, we support improvement of transportation services and operations. Learn More
Organizations must identify, recruit, develop and retain a cyber-ready workforce that adapts to changing conditions and meets unexpected challenges. And they must develop leaders who can drive those goals, as well as build relationships and communicate effectively. Learn More
Emerging Cyber threats, alternative energy technology, and the current economic crisis are among the factors impacting energy companies. Booz Allen Hamilton works with utilities and with oil and gas companies to help them address these risks and remain competitive against a backdrop of cost constraints and mounting social, political, and economic pressures. Learn More
The Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security published a report by Booz Allen Vice President Brian Legan and Senior Vice President Christopher Kelly on civil aviation infrastructure, highlighting emerging technologies and potential threats.…Read More
On July 24th, Booz Allen Hamilton concluded the first-ever “wargame” simulation examining creative infrastructure initiatives and solutions that factor in US transportation needs by the year 2040.…Read More
Booz Allen Hamilton, along with Northwestern University Transportation Center and Chesapeake Crescent Initiative, convened selected government, civic, and industry thought leaders who serve at the forefront of America’s infrastructure challenge to participate in a dynamic, invitation-only, strategic simulation.…Read More