We're creating tomorrow together
Booz Allen is committed to both tackling the military’s toughest challenges and helping our veteran, reservist, and military spouse employees thrive. Together, we’ll protect our nation and care for those who served.
Senior Associate Scott Sadlon understands the meaning of transformation. He has to, as he’s the project manager for the Air Force operations transformation work, an impressively far-reaching contract that hits some of the biggest organizational problems facing the service branch—and which Booz Allen unseated the 16-year incumbent to win. Read More
Booz Allen’s consultants are working with the U.S. Military Health Services to overcome these challenges and more. By devising and implementing a plan that accounts for every step, every layer, and every contingency, they’re helping one of the world’s largest and most bureaucratically complex healthcare organizations go from frequently falling below industry benchmarks to exceeding them. Read More
Our Key Military Initiatives
We understand the challenges of the transition process. Through our Veteran Recruiting Center of Excellence, we engage with transitioning service members and veterans at job fairs, Transition Assistance Programs on military bases, and through social media to guide veteran candidates through the next chapter of their careers. We also partner with Student Veterans of America and USO Metro to offer innovative transition programs to help veterans explore new career fields, gain necessary credentials, and find meaningful employment.
Support of Military Families
We value military spouses, children, and other family members—as employees, clients, and the backbone of our military. We work to strengthen military families through our own hiring and retention practices as well as through partnerships with organizations like Hiring Our Heroes’ Military Spouse Program and Operation Homefront’s Military Child of the Year.
Support of the Military Community
Since Booz Allen was founded, we have provided our management and technology consulting expertise to support the military community. We continue to bring our expertise to the military community today through innovative client and pro bono
People and Culture
Keynote Speaker Brigadier General Linda Singh, a Managing Director at Accenture, is the first woman and the first African American to command the Maryland Army National Guard. Despite her enormous success, Singh has faced her own challenges as a military woman, and was able to connect on a personal level with attendees with her story, one that she identified as common among and perhaps specific to women at all stages of their careers. Read More
It’s more than a job. It’s a mission.
At Booz Allen, you’ll help bring warfighters home, advance healthcare, and protect the vulnerable. Because even though you’ve left the military, the mission still needs you—and we have a challenging new way to serve.