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In our era of information ubiquity, quick access is no longer enough. We expect our digital tools to connect us to increasingly large interconnected networks of information, people, and ideas through a useful, elegant experience. Commercially, when a company delivers on this promise, we trust, adopt, and even begin to rely on its tools. That’s because these tools connect us to things: the latest news, pictures of family and friends, directions to the office, and more.
These networked, digital platforms and experiences, however, rarely connect us to federal services in a meaningful way. But that’s all about to change.
Booz Allen’s Digital initiative is reimagining, and removing, the previous constraints of a stove-piped federal information solutions infrastructure. By delivering enterprise, integrated digital platforms, Booz Allen’s comprehensive approach to the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) family of systems is helping to speed connection, integration, and access to federal users.
For example: Booz Allen technology is connecting threat information from every branch of the military, delivering specific intelligence to an analyst from a particular branch. An analyst can now use DCGS information like a traveler would use an application like Google Maps. But instead of travelers rerouting their vehicles when there’s traffic ahead, an analyst can reroute helicopters away from surface-to-air missiles using intelligence gathered from other forces and commands.
“Think Iron Man but without the suit”
- Greg Wenzel, Executive Vice President
With mounting pressure to offer cheaper, smarter, and more efficient government services, federal agencies are seeing the benefits of forging these new connections. Booz Allen’s technology solutions are helping government employees improve their operational efficiency and how they deliver on their agency’s promise. With the capability to build increasingly integrated back-end infrastructure and develop crisp front-end experiences, Booz Allen’s Digital initiative is improving the way our federal clients achieve their missions.
The future will bring even greater connectivity. With hardware like Google Glass, but ruggedized for the battlefield, we might soon stream to-the-minute data about a warfighter’s environment right into their field of vision.
The applications aren’t limited to national defense. For instance, what if tomorrow you use a mobile government application to book a pavilion on federal lands? In the increasingly connected world of tomorrow, this multi-platform tool would set up your reservation and add it to your calendar much like commercial apps already do. The enhancement, however, is that this citizen experience would also connect you to a network of relevant government databanks.
Integrated infrastructure would link your reservation to weather forecasts, current traffic patterns, activity recommendations, and intelligent itinerary changes and alternatives, all in the palm of your hand.
In tomorrow’s world, federal resources aren’t only convenient; they’re timely, accessible, and useful. Today, Booz Allen’s enterprise, integrated digital platforms are helping to raise expectations—and meet them.