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Mark Jacobsohn is a senior vice president and innovation service officer. He leads our Analytics initiative, focused on developing and scaling state-of-the-art data science solutions and tradecraft, with clients spanning commercial, civil, defense, and intelligence markets. He is also the functional service officer for analytics across the firm.
Mark led the Booz Allen's alternate revenue streams effort, which sought to leverage the firm’s intellectual capital to bundle services with new products and differentiate Booz Allen in the marketplace. Mark also oversaw Booz Allen’s investment in the Internet of things (IoT). For IoT, Booz Allen co-developed many capabilities with partners including Microsoft and Intel Corp. He also led the design and building of our DC Innovation Center.
In his 20 years with the firm, he has supported all of the firm’s major markets and clients, including our Intelligence business focused on national security. He also supported the Departments of Homeland Security and Defense.
Mark is a well-known wargamer, having designed and executed several hundred events over his career, ranging from small tabletop exercises to national cyber exercises. He has also helped develop and employ a broad set of modeling and simulation tools, from course-of-action analysis for national war plans, to detailed tactical modeling and visualization tools in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as network and system performance modeling for classified programs.
Before joining Booz Allen, Mark worked for Science Applications International Corp., focusing on nuclear arms control and the revolution in military affairs.
Mark is a member of the Military Operations Research Society. He holds an M.A. in security policy studies from The George Washington University and a B.A. in government from Hamilton College. He also holds a certificate from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government for completing the Senior Executives in National and International Security program.