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Addressing global threats requires a continual flow of information, yet military, intelligence, and other organizations operate with differing permissions and protocols. This siloed approach makes intelligence-sharing more challenging and adversaries harder to spot. Moreover, soldiers need constant training to defuse new dangers.
Booz Allen, working collaboratively with our government partners, implemented the Global Threat Mitigation Program (GTMP), a complex grouping of work comprised of 13 separate tasks—all focused on mitigating threats. More than 50 Department of Defense, intelligence community, and federal civilian clients participate, rallied around the motto, “victory through partnership.”
Advanced threat assessment is the program’s nucleus. The program disseminates threat information, analysis, and assessments across the 50+ partner organizations, sharing and housing the data using an existing defense information portal. GTMP organizations and Booz Allen employees have instant access to this information, along with training materials and other resources.
Training is the program’s largest activity. Instructional design, virtual and augmented reality, and logistics and fabrication are among the many ways the program supports training, mainly for the U.S. Army.
The initiative brings organizations together while simplifying and strengthening their mission, increasing efficiency and effectiveness. Supported by approximately 1,700 Booz Allen specialists, its impact reaches around the globe. For example, the program has cut down the time it takes to get training to the warfighter from months or years to days.
GTMP has become a flagship program. Since it supports military commands in all geographic locations, it provides a model for military organizations to collaborate in new ways. And our government clients are looking to model future work based on this program’s success.
In addition to safeguarding our own soldiers, we’re supporting the safety of the global community through our partner nation training for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies, Partnership for Peace countries, and the Global Peace Operations Initiative.