Where MI and Human Ingenuity MeetA new book by two Booz Allen machine intelligence experts details how to best compete in a new business era.
When the Lights Went OutOur comprehensive walkthrough of the first-ever attack on a public energy grid.
Leading with Purpose & ValuesEmpower people to change the world: This is our commitment to being a purpose-driven organization and the cornerstone of our Vision 2020 strategy.
Using Big Data to Treat DiseaseIt’s possible to integrate a virtually unlimited amount of data and put it into the hands of researchers.
Crowdsourcing Data SolutionsLearn how experts and novices alike can learn, expand their skill sets—and change the world as we know it.
Safeguarding the Nation’s GPS SystemThe Army needed to know when its critical GPS signals were being spoofed or jammed. We helped develop and test a new system.
New at Booz Allen
The Department of Defense (DoD) is struggling to maintain its enormous infrastructure portfolio in support of both current and anticipated mission requirements. Although the department spends more than $100 billion annually on facilities sustainment, restoration and deferred maintenance, a recent DoD report rated 32 percent of its facilities worldwide in “poor” or “failing” condition. Read More
Federal agencies today face a daunting expectation—that they use the vast amounts of data they amass to make quantum leaps in every area of mission and operations. But the reality is that most of the people in an organization who might gain critical insights from the data don’t have direct access to it. Unless they’re in IT, or have degrees in statistics or applied math, they have a limited ability to discover important patterns and trends in the data, or use it to improve efficiency, cost savings and decision-making. Read More
In late 2012, the IRS was faced with choosing between two separate software platforms designed by two industry-leading vendors, both armed with inflated sales pitches. The platforms promised to catch cases of fraud that were slipping past IRS models. Read More
Working at Booz Allen
This spring, the Booz Allen Recruiting Bus, affectionately known as BARB, will make stops at more than eight university campuses on the East Coast. To help you learn more about what it’s like to work at Booz Allen, we’re introducing you to employees who attended each school. Today, we’ll hear from James Madison University alumni Melanie Tran and Katherine Bishop on why they chose to pursue careers in intelligence at Booz Allen. Read More