Booz Allen has launched Project Jellyfish Version 3.0, an exciting new iteration of the open-source platform that’s empowering organizations to procure and manage multiple cloud services from a single place.
Insights into Booz Allen's support for the Warrior Games
Booz Allen Hamilton is a proud to be a Bronze-level sponsor of the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games, to be held June 19 – 28 in Quantico, VA.
Booz Allen Hamilton is the recipient of a Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® award, recognized by The National Business Group on Health for its "ongoing commitment and dedication to promoting a healthy work environment and encouraging its workers and families to maintain healthy lifestyles."
Booz Allen Associate Eric Wright received an "Employee of the Year" Award from Careers & the disABLED magazine. He comments on his work with Section 508, the federal law that requires government technology be accessible to people with disabilities.
Booz Allen Hamilton was proud to participate in this year’s MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition, the nation’s premier business plan competition, awarding cash and business startup services to outstanding teams of student entrepreneurs.
Booz Allen Hamilton will sponsor a series of six consecutive showers for new and expecting military moms across the country offering support and baby essentials to military service members in the low- to mid- ranks.
The Honorable Elizabeth Dole, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Its Chairman, Dr. Ralph Shrader, To Be Honored At Easter Seals Advocacy AwardsOn May 13, Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA will Celebrate Our Heroes Among Us and present Advocacy Awards to The Honorable Elizabeth Dole, former United States Senator (NC) and founder of The Elizabeth Dole Foundation, and Booz Allen Hamilton and its Chairman of the Board Dr. Ralph Shrader at its annual Advocacy Awards Dinner at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC.
Booz Allen Chairman of the Board Ralph Shrader comments on ‘Our Heroes Among Us’ after receiving a prestigious Advocacy Award from Easter Seals
Our real world experience feeling more and more like science fiction. We’re having serious conversations about “things” talking to other “things.” We wonder if our refrigerator has effective cyber security. Our car and smart phones argue about the fastest way to drive home. The emerging IoT world is exciting, sometimes foreign and full of opportunity. But it can also feel overwhelming. How do we keep up, much less stay ahead, when connectivity is changing everything?