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Booz Allen Named to Fortune's “World's Most Admired Companies” List for 10th Straight Year

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To build the annual list of the World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune and Korn Ferry poll nearly 4,000 corporate executives, directors, and analysts who rate the best-regarded enterprises in their own industry on criteria including investment value, quality of management and products, social responsibility, and the ability to attract talent. 

Booz Allen Named a Best Consulting Firm to Work for by Vault

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Booz Allen ranks #4 on the 2021 Vault Consulting 50, the global career intelligence firm’s signature list of the best consulting firms to work for.

From Child Care to Consultant: Life Comes Full Circle for Booz Allen's Rachel Tao

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“When I started my new job, I didn’t expect that I’d be working at the same place where I went to daycare.”

When Rachel Tao started work as a newly hired consultant at Booz Allen’s McLean headquarters last August, she took a walk back into her past. Twenty years prior, her parents—both Booz Allen employees—dropped her off at that very same facility to attend the firm’s new Bright Horizons child care center. 

Booz Allen's Nancy Laben on Creating a More Diverse, Flexible Workplace

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Research shows that diverse teams solve problems faster and that flexible workplaces attract talent, improve productivity, and increase employee satisfaction. The Diversity & Flexibility Alliance works toward positive change in all these areas—advocating for inclusion and diversity in the workplace and promoting flexible work schedules and fair hiring practices.

Booz Allen's Brad Medairy Named Cyber Exec of the Year by Northern Virginia Technology Council

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"The global pandemic has heightened the importance of cybersecurity more than ever before. With virtual schools, workplaces, and healthcare, the attack surface has expanded at an unprecedented rate." -- Jennifer Taylor, president, and CEO of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC)

How Booz Allen San Diego Is “Powering the Promise” of Girls in Cybersecurity

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“As Scouts, we have to be smart, cautious, and aware when navigating the internet…just as we need to be smart, cautious, and aware when safely navigating mountain trails.” -Booz Allen Senior Vice President Jennie Brooks

How Booz Allen Is Building a STEM Ecosystem in Central Georgia

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In early October, young girls from LK Moss Elementary School in Central Georgia gathered for a day of innovation and exploration. They built a robot using only a small motor and plastic drink cups. They created animations from scratch with entry-level coding tools. Most important, they discovered new possibilities for STEM-related careers. 

The activity was the latest highlight in the year-long partnership between Girls Who Code and Booz Allen’s office in Warner Robins, Georgia. Their goal? Shrink the long-standing STEM gender gap. 

Booz Allen and Special Olympics of Virginia: Pulling Together for Disability Awareness Month

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Booz Allen has been a proud sponsor of Special Olympics of Virginia (SOVA) for more than a decade, and for the past several years has joined teams across the region at the organization’s annual Dulles Plane Pull. In 2019, Booz Allen was named “Most Enthusiastic Team” and was also one of the fastest teams to pull a Boeing 757 for 12 feet down the runway, winning third place.

Talking Accessibility—from Technology to Transit—with Booz Allen’s Eric Wright

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For many college grads, employment opportunities, affordable housing, cultural events, and even climate determine where they want to live next. For Booz Allen Senior Lead Technologist Eric Wright, what brought him to Washington, D.C. was its accessible Metro transit system.

Wright has cerebral palsy and needed a subway or other form of public transit to get to and from work.

When Tragedy Struck in Beirut, Booz Allen Associate Serge Abdelhak Put His Skills to Work

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“On the fourth of August, when the ground started shaking and the sky turned gray for a second, I immediately realized something terrible had happened.”

Booz Allen Associate Serge Abdelhak was in Beirut when 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded, massively damaging the city’s port and nearby neighborhoods.  

Walking through the wreckage that had once been offices, stores, restaurants, and family homes, he reflected “I was at a loss of words and thoughts,” he said. 

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