Huntsville

With an unrivaled understanding of agency missions and hands-on expertise in both legacy and cutting-edge systems, Booz Allen’s Huntsville team works closely with strategic regional partners in academia, small business, and strategic regional partners to bring unique insights to complex problems.

Our innovative solutions in systems engineering, cyber, artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), digital transformation, cloud implementation and services, and investigative technology help clients maintain readiness while anticipating and preparing for tomorrow’s challenges.

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Learn More About Our Work

Read about leveraging machine learning (ML) to detect insider threats
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Leverage Machine Learning to Detect Insider Threats
Insider threat programs can benefit from machine learning algorithms and data mesh architecture.
Read about how the FBI focuses on expanding cyber threats
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How the FBI Is Taking Aim at Expanding Cyber Threats
Fostering a digitally enabled, distributed, and diverse 3D workforce is key for the FBI's cyber threat strategy.
Read about Booz Allen employee Jason Fickett, a former FBI cybersecurity expert
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Former FBI Cybersecurity Expert Joins Booz Allen
Jason Fickett has joined the firm as a leader of Booz Allen’s national cyber strategy.

Rooted in the Region

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Based in two state-of-the-art facilities located at Bridge Street Town Centre and Stovehouse, Booz Allen’s Huntsville offices are deeply invested in the community. We are proud to be the presenting sponsor for the 2022 season of the region’s much-loved minor league baseball team, the Rocket City Trash Pandas.

With an eye toward Huntsville’s longtime role as a national hub of engineering innovation, we’re invested in a number of philanthropic efforts to grow the area’s next generation of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) leaders. This includes contributing grant funding toward U.S. Space and Rocket Center Cyber Camp scholarships for underserved students and partnering with Auburn University and Decatur City Schools to develop hands-on STEM curriculum built on learning and applying 3-D printing-based approaches to manufacturing. 

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