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Gregory Harrison leads Booz Allen’s contract strategy enterprise, including tactical sales and contract ceiling creation. Greg previously supported Booz Allen’s chief administrative officer as the market services lead responsible for the operations, performance and transformation of Booz Allen’s contracts, subcontracts, business development, corporate quality, and marketing and communications functions.
Previously Greg was client service officer in Booz Allen’s Air Force business where he led the three integrated market teams (Headquarters; Acquisition and Logistics; and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance), with geographic responsibilities for six business clusters centered around the country. He has spent 21 of his 29 years at Booz Allen serving Air Force clients.
Greg and his team received the Booz Allen Professional Excellence Award for their work in support of the Air Force’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Warfighting Integration, as well as numerous individual and team awards from the Air Force for outstanding support to a wide variety of Air Force organizations during the past 20 years. Booz Allen was selected as the Air Force Reserve Command Employer of the Year in 2014.
Previously, Greg led our Air Force Headquarters integrated management team, supporting the Air Force Secretariat and Air Staff, Air Force Reserve Command, Air National Guard Air Combat Command, Air Mobility Command, Air Education and Training Command, Global Strike Command, Pacific Air Forces, and Air Forces Europe.
“Gregory and his team have received numerous individual and team awards from the Air Force for outstanding support to a wide variety of Air Force organizations during the past 20 years.”
In 2011, Greg created and led our Acquisition Program Management Logistics (APML) capability team. He and his team stood up all aspects of the APML organization including capability definition, market alignment, and financial performance. In addition, he designed the firm’s Acquisition Academy and co-authored a Booz Allen publication on complex program management—outlining the role of today’s program manager and addressing the complexity associated with satisfying numerous stakeholders.
Previously Greg led the standup of the firm’s Defense Functional Community, connecting and developing professionals within our defense business. His team also developed career roles and associated career ladders and developed tagging techniques for quickly accessing and deploying our defense experts.
A passionate supporter in his community, Greg leads a personal strategic planning program for a Virginia high school that helps students proactively identify and achieve life goals. This program received a community service award in 2001 from Fairfax County and General Colin Powell, USA (Ret.). The program also won the firm’s Involvement and Impact Award in 2004. Running for the past 15 years, it is one of Booz Allen’s longest continuously running community service program.
Greg holds a B.S. in business administration from Old Dominion University and an M.S. in information systems from George Mason University. He has also completed the Strategy Implementation Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and the Senior Executives in National and International Security Program at Harvard University. Greg is a member of the Air Force Association, the Tuskegee Airmen Association, and the Military Order of the Carabao.
Profile updated April 2017