July 17, 2020
McLean, Va.— Booz Allen today announced that it has been selected by the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) as the 2019 Global Consulting Partner of the Year for the Americas. This is the third year in a row that Booz Allen has been honored with this award.
The NPN recognizes Booz Allen for its commitment to promoting artificial intelligence (AI) adoption within the Federal Government. By addressing talent education at over 40 client organizations, developing new ways to buy AI services, software, and hardware, and creating entirely new solutions to address the public sector’s toughest problems, Booz Allen has become the leading provider of AI services to the several government agencies. The partnership with NVIDIA has been one of the catalysts for transforming the firm’s business and bringing the power of AI to its clients.
“The U.S. Federal Government is leading an AI migration out of the lab and into the real world, and Booz Allen stands uniquely capable and dedicated to advance the mission of the U.S. government through integration and adoption of AI solutions,” said Senior Vice President, and head of Booz Allen’s AI division, Steve Escaravage. “Booz Allen’s partnership with NVIDIA has been a key differentiating factor, empowering our firm to capitalize on incredible advances in machine learning and high-performance computing to support our clients’ most complex needs.”
“The work Booz Allen is doing to help build the Federal Government’s AI solutions is critical to the safety of our troops and our nation,” said Craig Weinstein, Vice President of the Americas Partner Organization at NVIDIA. “Booz Allen’s strong AI practice and their commitment to spreading AI adoption through the industry is a huge undertaking and we cannot think of any company more deserving than them to receive this award.”
The NVIDIA Partner Network hosts an annual awards ceremony during GTC in Silicon Valley honoring its top North American partners that have shown growth in their GPU business through their leadership and investments they have made throughout the year.