John Larson is a leader in Booz Allen’s digital, analytics, and strategy practice serving civil and commercial clients. He leads the architecture and execution of analytic solutions providing analytic strategy advisory services; fraud, waste, and abuse detection and mitigation; and artificial intelligence and deep learning services.
For more than 20 years, John has been a champion and early adopter of advanced analytic solutions within the Federal Government, energy and natural resources, chemicals and refined products, transportation, healthcare, and social welfare and pension programs. He has helped develop transformative and innovative solutions for federal clients. For example, at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, he pioneered algorithmic fraud detection for fiscal intermediaries and at the Social Security Administration, he reshaped the disability insurance program’s administrative burden with predictive modeling methods.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, John led advanced analytics initiatives and drove enterprise-wide innovation at IHS Markit creating products and consulting solutions in the oil and gas, automotive, and maritime industries. He is a recognized expert in analytic techniques such as predictive modeling, Bayesian statistics, natural language processing, and classification and clustering.
John holds a double B.A. in economics and history, and a master’s in public policy, both from The College of William and Mary.