The senior executive service faces an unprecedented time where criticism is rampant, the environment is fast-paced and the retirement bubble teeters on popping.
An ongoing court battle over a $182 million contract for Recreation.gov service hasn’t stopped the team behind the government site from thinking big, at least when it comes to federal lands and waters data.
The Trump administration needs to work around roadblocks, solidify its plans and use a pinch of skepticism to better the military.
Booz Allen Hamilton continues to embrace innovation, technology and analytics. VP Michael Isman explains how the 103-year-old McLean-based federal management consulting firm is staying ahead of the curve in 2017.
Bill Ott, Julie McPherson, and Greg Wenzel with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Strategic Innovation Group join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss what federal agencies can do to improve their digital services. January 17, 2017
Federal News Radio Custom Media Director Jason Fornicola recently hosted executives from Booz Allen Hamilton on “Perspectives on Cybersecurity” to discuss critical cyber issues facing both the commercial and public sectors. Participants included Angie Messer, leader of Booz Allen’s cybersecurity business, as well as Trish Goforth and Alexandra Heckler, also with Booz Allen’s cybersecurity business.
Young Bang and a team from Booz Allen Strategic Innovation Group join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to share their expertise on analytics and data science, and how they are being used to better our lives. December 6, 2016
Experts say until the government moves to a continuous evaluation program of employees and contractors with clearances, threats from employees will continue to grow.
Booz Allen Hamilton Vice President Thad Allen joins Off the Shelf to discuss the latest developments in the use and protection of Global Positions Systems. October 11, 2016
Lightning has struck twice in the same spot now — NSA and Booz Allen Hamilton.
After a six year decline in spending, budgets have begun to bounce back in 2016, and contract spending is expected to follow that upturn shortly after as the trend continues into 2017.
The Defense Department will likely have to make significant changes to a much-anticipated IT services contract known as ENCORE III following a legal decision that upheld challenges by two prospective bidders.
The Labor Department hired Booz Allen Hamilton under a $74.2 million contract to manage its financial management system while it prepares to move to a federal shared service provider in 2019.
Interior Department and Forest Service officials say a new $182 million contract awarded to Booz Allen Hamilton will make it easier for travelers to plan their visits to national parks, lands and waters.
Objections to the use of lowest-price technically acceptable for contracts are growing, including Booz Allen Hamilton and CACI protests of DISA’s $17.5 billion ENCORE III solicitation and a new bill from two senators to restrict when the military uses this type of contract.