Gary Pomajevich is a principal and distinguished engineer within Booz Allen’s Justice and Homeland Security business. He is a highly technical, mission-oriented leader with more than 35 years of hands-on, on-site engineering experience supporting the FBI, U.S. Army, and the National Security Agency.
As an essential mission partner, he and his close-knit, multi-disciplinary teams work side by side with clients and have successfully developed and deployed state-of-the-art investigative and operational solutions in support of national and international investigations. They work to recover information that is seemingly lost, destroyed, or inaccessible. It’s rewarding to know that their efforts may help uncover crimes or mitigate threats to national security. His teams enjoy highly collaborative, agile environments in well-appointed engineering labs where they brainstorm ideas and take them through conceptual design, proof-of-concept, prototype, and limited production. Gary has a track record of identifying talented professionals, both experienced and entry level, and helping them develop for long-term career success through work on clients’ most challenging technical problems.
Early in his career at Booz Allen, Gary was a member of the technical staff in a Department of Defense client's research and development laboratory where he designed and implemented digital signal processing algorithms to exploit digital communications.
Gary holds an M.S. in engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, and a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware.