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April 01, 2014
I want to personally thank all of our Civil Health staff for a wonderful year. You continue to provide excellent client service day-in and day-out with the highest levels of professionalism – building a stronger firm along the way.
As we look forward to our next fiscal year, it’s fitting that we are also kicking off National Public Health Week (April 7-11) today. As a proud partner of National Public Health Week, we are actively engaged in many efforts to support the public health system, keep our communities safe and healthy, and assist in the development of technologies to advance health.
For instance, three of the top “lifestyle” conditions identified by Healthy People 2020 that lead to disability are diabetes, mental illness
These health priorities parallel dozens of Booz Allen projects that use our expertise and capabilities in health information technology, analytics, policy and strategy, communications, privacy
This month, we will share case studies of results-driven client engagements, feature thought leaders in health and health care, and highlight events linked to public health issues. We’re excited about the solutions we bring to the table, and how we are directly involved in these Public Health issues.
While this work is critical, the time and talents our employees put forth with our volunteerism at non-profits such as the Children’s Inn at NIH, the Alzheimer’s Association, the National Veterans Wheelchair Games and countless other health organizations is what makes me most fulfilled – and is the most visible testament to our core values.
Our health is our most valuable asset. As we reflect on our own personal health and the important work Booz Allen performs in the Public Health area, we encourage you to visit our Public Health page on Boozallen.com to read case studies and get to know our work in this area. Meet members of our Health leadership team, including Kevin Vigilante, Kristine Martin Anderson, Nancy Hardwick, Rich Crowe, Grant McLaughlin, Young Bang, Tim Andrews, and Jill Herzog and connect with us to get updates on our work throughout the year.