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Booz Allen’s Joe Rohner Named Among AFCEA’s 40 Under 40

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Joe Rohner, data scientist and chief technologist within Booz Allen’s Strategic Innovation Group, has been named among AFCEA International’s 40 Under 40 for 2019.

Rewarding Careers for Women in Tech

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by Acacia Carr, Web Developer and Author of Uncommon Creative

The future is fast upon us as the stuff of science fiction becomes our daily lives. Technology has evolved at a speed none could have predicted. Smart phones, tablets, autonomous vehicles, drones, Bitcoin, bots, Alexa…the rise of Big Tech, and the advent of AI. There is virtually no part of daily life on Earth that has not yet been hit by the sonic waves of the tech boom. How we live, connect, learn, transact, identify, express, sustain, and find our way has all changed in the blink of an eye.

Booz Allen Is First Consulting Firm to Win INFORMS Prize for Operations Research

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Operations research (O.R.) leverages analytic tools, mathematical techniques, and data science to help people make better decisions. Booz Allen’s O.R. team has been using this discipline to disrupt threat networks, prevent entitlement fraud, and improve pharmaceutical safety. 

Maximizing Big Data: Booz Allen Shares 5 Tips for Federal Agencies

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From government spending figures to public health statistics to geospatial imagery, the federal government is gathering, storing, and sharing more data than ever. Agencies have started consolidating this information into big data platforms for analysis and decision-making. But often such a “data lake” threatens to become a “data swamp” that slows agencies’ growth and progress.

WashingtonExec Recognizes Susan Penfield, Booz Allen for Innovation in Government

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What do GPS, closed captioning, smartphones, and supercomputers have in common? They’re some of the many technology innovations that the federal government has helped make possible. One of the leaders driving tech innovation in government today is Booz Allen Chief Innovation Officer Susan Penfield, named among this year’s WashingtonExec Top 25 Executives to Watch.

New Black & Veatch eBook Navigates the ‘Digital Electricity’ Revolution

Free download explores creating a digital grid, data science, distributed generation and other issues to help utilities plan a resilient power supply
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., November 15, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Intelligent devices and super-fast networks have turned electricity customers from isolated spectators to engaged players in a culture of energy transformation. With clicks on a smartphone or a finger-swipe on a tablet, the lights come on, the heat turns up, and our lives are put on a kind of energy cruise control. Sounds simple, right?

Booz Allen Convenes DoD, Simulation, Gaming Panelists to Talk VR/AR

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Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) use data science, machine intelligence, and creativity to enable training and planning in a safe environment—without consequences. How is this playing out in battlefield simulations, education, and beyond, and what can we expect in terms of technology—and ethics—in the future? 

Booz Allen and LaunchCode: Fast-Tracking Veterans into Mission-Critical Careers

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Booz Allen is working with LaunchCode, a non-profit created by Square co-founder Jim McKelvey, to fast-track veterans into in-demand fields like data science.

Booz Allen’s Catherine Ordun Honored with DCFemTech Award

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Booz Allen Hamilton Data Scientist Catherine Ordun will be recognized with a DCFemTech Award at a ceremony to be held May 7 at The Washington Post. The prestigious award recognizes women in the D.C.

Data Science for Social Good: Using Math to Make the World a Better Place

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What if you could use skills from your day job to help combat human trafficking?​

Meet Booz Allen technologist Connie Fan—who can and does. "This is something I really care about," she says. "And it's an opportunity to use a quantitative approach to a problem that is purely human-based. I’m making a difference for women and children by doing what I’m good at—math.”

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