Even though they’re just starting their careers, the intern participants of Booz Allen’s Summer Games tackle some of the world’s most complicated tech challenges. These include areas like clinical research, public transportation, and NextGen communications. What’s more, many of the solutions they’ve developed at the end of the 10-week program can be used now in real-world applications.
The 2022 Games continued this tradition. This summer, 144 university students from 12 cities joined forces in 36 teams. All teams competing for the coveted Challenge Cup presented their work to a panel of Booz Allen senior leaders.
This year’s Challenge Cup winner was Team SBOM Generator. Highlights follow about this open-source automation tool for government cybersecurity and what this team and other participants took away from their Summer Games experience.