Turn on the TV or open your laptop and you’ll see story after story about threats to the national security landscape. As government and commercial sectors rush to meet the challenge, we’re right by their side. At Booz Allen, these threats are personal—because protecting our country against them is our passion and the core of our business.
As Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, recently said: “The speed of war has changed … [making] the global security environment even more unpredictable, dangerous, and unforgiving,”
Who’s fighting back? The men and women of Booz Allen.
Since our work helping the country prepare for World War II, we’ve been intimately with the missions of our intelligence clients. Our technical and consulting skills, combined with our agility, allows us to work outside traditional intelligence expectations.
Requirements Lead Brianna is the perfect example. She’s working on a complete implementation of an enterprise IT management system designed to centralize management and use of cyber security tools in the cloud. She came to us for opportunity—and found it.
“I love honing my analytical skills and appreciate the exposure to vast cyber opportunities at Booz Allen,” Brianna says.
Kurt, an intelligence operations analyst, is one of the many military veterans on our team. He oversees a group of specialists who gather and synthesize intelligence from unmanned aircraft systems for military decision makers. Kurt admits that the intelligence community isn’t for everyone, but being part of a bigger cause is a powerful motivator.
“My people work around the clock in a fast-paced and often stressful environment,” Kurt says. “But they love what they do. They’re passionate about supporting the warfighter.”
The opportunity to do work that matters also drives Deputy Program Manager Rodney, whose team delivers IT infrastructure engineering and operations services for a principal intelligence agency.
“Our values here are strong and help shape the influencers of the world,” he says.