A lot has happened since Booz Allen launched Booz Allen Ventures in 2022 to jumpstart the development and deployment of dual-use technology solutions for the federal government and U.S. military.
The corporate venture fund has invested in six startups focused on artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, edge computing, and more. These companies operate at the intersection of innovation and government missions, addressing urgent challenges in national security, special operations, and responsible AI. And Booz Allen Ventures is just getting started.
To celebrate a year of milestones, here’s a look at Booz Allen Ventures’ past, present, and future.
“Booz Allen Ventures is identifying and accelerating critical technologies for our U.S. government clients—and it is also empowering our firm to harness bigger, faster technology waves. Through the fund, we don’t just invest in niche capabilities; we provide clients with direct access to—and application of—breakthrough technology that will transform the next generation of national security and global defense,” says Booz Allen Chief Technology Officer Susan Penfield. “The program’s impact this past year demonstrates the value of mission-focused investments and I’m excited to continue sharing that impact with our clients, ecosystem partners, employees, and the investor community.