When Booz Allen learned of the arrest of one of its employees by the FBI, we immediately reached out to the authorities to offer our total cooperation in their investigation, and we fired the employee. We continue to cooperate fully with the government on its investigation into this serious matter. Booz Allen is a 102-year-old company, and the alleged conduct does not reflect our core values. Our employees continue to support critical client missions with dedication and excellence each day. Their professionalism, values and ethics are what define our firm.
Automation Enables Cyber Threat Mitigation at Machine Speed, Propels Organizations Toward Cyber ResiliencyBooz Allen and Phantom deliver intelligent automation to help Federal and commercial clients combat threats, empowering security pros to focus on the most critical issues.
An algorithm that predicts consumer retail trends down to the style of sweater that’s most likely to sell out this fall. And another that could transform heart disease diagnosis. Buried in the volumes of data we produce every day are answers to questions that may fuel a retailer’s success. Or insights that can help to solve challenges that have plagued us for decades. But until society becomes more conversant in analytics and data science, this transformative knowledge will remain out of reach. With updates to its Sailfish platform, Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) is leading commercial and government organizations to learn more from their data and to spur business and mission success. For the first time, users can try their own hand at analytics by accessing Booz Allen Hamilton’s Sailfish trial that is fully available to the public.
NASA Awards Booz Allen Hamilton $33.9 Million Contract to Maintain and Operate Incident Reporting Programs and to Conduct Research and Development to Improve Current and Future SystemsMaintaining and improving the safety, security and performance of the National Airspace System (NAS) and National Rail System (NRS) is critically important to the NASA Ames Research Center (ARC). To achieve these safety goals, NASA is responsible for overseeing operations and maintenance of air and rail voluntary, independent, confidential incident reporting programs and associated data. NASA ARC has awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a $33.9 million Cost Plus-Fixed Fee, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), five year single award contract to support their efforts.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Awards Booz Allen Hamilton a Spot on $120 Million Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity Contract to Support Innovative Research & Development ProgramsThe U.S. armed forces have a long and distinguished history of driving innovative research that has transformed both military and civilian life. Since its inception in 1958, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been at the forefront of strengthening U.S. national security through technological advances. To ensure our troops continue to be equipped with the latest technology needed to combat today’s critical security issues, DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office (DSO) has awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a spot on a $120 million Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. Booz Allen will provide scientific, engineering and technical assistance to support DARPA’s research and development programs.
Booz Allen Hamilton to Host Conference Call to Discuss Second Quarter Fiscal 2017 Results on Wednesday, November 2, 2016Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (NYSE:BAH), the parent company of management and technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, will host a conference call at 8 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, November 2, 2016, to discuss the financial results for its Second Quarter Fiscal 2017 (ending September 30, 2016). A news release containing the results will be issued before the call.
U.S. Marine Corps Awards Booz Allen Hamilton $48.6 Million Contract to Help Improve Resource AllocationThe U.S. armed forces are constantly evolving to meet complex and varied engagement demands around the world. To support this need for agility and enhance the Marine Corps’ decision-making processes in critical areas such as operations planning and personnel readiness, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps (HQMC) has awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a $48.6 million contract for technical, managerial and quantitative and qualitative analytical support. Booz Allen will support HQMC’s Program Analysis and Evaluation (PA&E) Division, which was tasked in 2015 by the Marine Corps Commandant with serving as the independent evaluator for all major resourcing decisions in the Marine Corps.
Booz Allen Hamilton has named Bill Phelps as Executive Vice President and leader of the firm’s U.S. commercial business effective Sept. 6. He brings to the position more than three decades of building technology services businesses, serving most recently as a managing director and Global Security Services Lead at Accenture.
Booz Allen Hamilton Chief Financial Officer Lloyd Howell and Investor Relations Vice President Curt Riggle will attend the Jefferies 2016 Industrials Conference in New York City for one-on-one meetings and a discussion about the company’s performance and strategy at 3:20 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, August 10.