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Young Bang is a senior vice president who focuses on developing and scaling state-of-the-art data science, big data solutions, and advanced/predictive analytics capabilities. Young drives the vision, strategy, investments, and delivery of analytics across defense and intelligence markets. He also provided leadership to Epidemico, a wholly owned subsidiary to our firm. Young is a recognized expert in data science, technology strategy, architecture and design, systems development, and health information technology.
Young’s key areas of expertise include data science, deep learning, advanced analytics, systems engineering, enterprise/solutions architecture, the software development lifecycle, cloud computing and brokering, product development, portfolio management, biometrics, acquisition process, telecommunications, logistics, supply and maintenance, and manufacturing.
Prior to assuming a leadership role, Young was a leader in the firm’s civil health business. He provided leadership support to drive the growth of the firm’s health and IT business, supporting clients such as the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services. Previously he also provided IT leadership to clients in the Army, Defense Logistics Agency, The Office of the Secretary of Defense, and other Department of Defense agencies.
Young is on the board of directors for the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE). SASE is a nonprofit organization that promotes the influence of Asians in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. SASE also helps scientific and engineering professionals of Asian heritage achieve their full potential. Additionally, he is a member of the executive steering committee for our firm’s Asian agenda. Young is also a board member for Jool Health, and teaches an undergraduate course in health IT at Georgetown.
Young has been a guest lecturer or on panels for organizations such as South by SouthWest, the Defense Acquisition University, National Defense University, Asian American Government Executive Network, SASE, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, and the Biometric Consortium. Additionally, he helped publish the "Biometric Identity Assurance Service Simple Object Access Protocol Profile version 1.0 Oasis Standard" in May 2012.
Prior to joining the firm in 2002, Young served in various leadership and technical roles at BearingPoint, KPMG Consulting, MCI WorldCom, Ciena, and in the U.S. Army.
He holds a B.S. in leadership and systems engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.