In February of this year, Booz Allen worked with the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Combat Casualty Care Research Program to plan and execute a conference on the use of stem cells in the treatment of trauma.
Booz Allen has taken a big FIRST® step—joining the ranks as a designated FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) strategic partner—as one of only 19 organizations to achieve such recognition.
This summer, our team launched a sports data science challenge in The Garage, a digital space for our employees to crowdsource ideas and develop solutions to real market problems.
The world of open source cloud brokering is changing fast. Just a little over a year ago, we introduced Project Jellyfish, a revolutionary cloud broker platform that empowers organizations to deliver self-service IT services and manage multiple cloud services from a single place.
Hear about a Booz Allen internship from one of our previous interns.
Booz Allen received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index for the 7th consecutive year.
Over the past several decades, Booz Allen has been quietly building its engineering business and capabilities. How that expertise developed has resulted in a distinctive approach for delivering high-quality engineering services, solutions, and products tailored to client missions and business imperatives.
Not that long ago—as recently as 30 or 40 years—patients did what their doctors said: they followed doctor’s orders. And, frankly, so did the nurses, techs, and everyone else—no questions asked. But times are changing rapidly, and now patients and providers have very different expectations of one another. We are—or are striving to be—in an age of patient engagement.
Today, Glassdoor reveals the winners of its inaugural Candidates’ Choice Awards, recognizing Booz Allen as an employer with the best interview experience in the consulting industry, according to those who know best – the job candidates.
A Directed Energy (DE) weapon is one that engages targets with electromagnetic energy rather than the kinetic energy used in conventional weapons such as projectiles. Last month, Booz Allen Hamilton co- hosted a first–of-its kind DE Summit, bringing together the most comprehensive group of DE stakeholders ever in one place at one time. Leaders from the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps joined with members of Congress and the U.S. defense industry to discuss the current DE research and testing, the drivers, and the challenges facing development progress.