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Booz Allen's Laurie Bagley: Service, Sacrifice, and a Legacy of Support

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The South Carolina Army National Guard is a family tradition for Booz Allen Lead Technologist Laurie Bagley. 

For five years, she led the Family Readiness Group for the 351st Aviation Support Battalion, receiving rave reviews for her leadership and spirit of inclusion. Her husband Robert H. Bagley—noted for his “infectious laugh, amazing smile, and loving heart”—was a sergeant and served in maintenance for the HSC unit. In 2015, the South Carolina Guard honored three generations of Bagleys who have served and supported the military community as Family of the Year.  

Meet Booz Allen Guard and Reservists Supporting the U.S. Military's COVID-19 Response

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“Always Ready, Always There!” is the motto of the United States National Guard. For this year’s National Military Appreciation Month, Booz Allen celebrates how its National Guard and reservist employees rise to the challenge and are prepared for anything, even a global pandemic.

The National Guard and Reserve play a key role in the U.S. military’s response to emergencies, and this has especially been true during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read here how Booz Allen employees have put their daily lives on pause to support military readiness during COVID-19.

National Military Appreciation Month: Booz Allen Celebrates National Guard and Reserve Employees

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Members of the National Guard and Reserve train with the military part-time while holding civilian jobs or attending school—and play important roles in America’s military community. 

National Guard soldiers are deployed domestically during conflicts and natural disasters and internationally alongside full-time service members when necessary. Reservists are called to active duty in times of war or national emergency.

Booz Allen’s Joe Rohner: Learning, Leading, and Parenting in San Diego During the COVID-19 Crisis

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A recent Gallup poll reveals that 62% of Americans have worked remotely during the COVID-19 crisis. Meanwhile, UNESCO estimates that school closures related to the pandemic have forced 1.37 billion students home worldwide.

BoozCon and Beyond: How Booz Allen Stays Ahead of Cyber Threats in Today’s Virtual World

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Cybercriminals regularly seize on popular news items and world events in order to take advantage of public fears. The COVID-19 pandemic has become particularly susceptible to abuse, spurring ransomware, malware, viruses, bots, and more.

While cybersecurity teams battle an expanded attack surface due to the shift to teleworking, COVID-related scams are reportedly costing Americans up to $134 million. In addition, as of April 2020, more than 18,000 COVID-related scams have been reported, with almost 10% of COVID-related resource site being malicious or suspicious.

Sean Boucek From Booz Allen San Diego Named Among AFCEA’s “40 Under 40”

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Booz Allen chief technologist. Decorated Navy veteran. Thought leader in industry and the Navy IT acquisition community.

In April, Sean Boucek added yet another label to this list: the 2020 “40 Under 40” award by AFCEA International, a global organization for professionals working in communications, IT, intelligence, and global security.

A rich roster of contributions

How STEP and Booz Allen San Diego Are Using Data to Empower Military Families

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As a former U.S. Navy submariner and the son of a career Air Force father, Tony Teravainen knows first-hand the challenges facing young military families, especially those living in San Diego, one of the most expensive regions of the country. 

As president and co-founder of Support the Enlisted Project (STEP), he works with 11 employees and 60 dedicated volunteers—many of whom are former military, active duty or military spouses—to help enlisted military and veteran families build financial health and self-sufficiency through counseling, education, and grants.

Booz Allen Foundation Launches Innovation Fund: Building Community Resilience Through Bright Ideas

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How can vulnerable populations be better protected during the COVID-19 crisis? What can we do as a community to help those on the front lines be safer as they work?

From April 30 through June 5, individuals, non-profit organizations, and eligible small businesses are invited to submit their best ideas and solutions to answer these questions and more. It’s all part of the new Innovation Fund launched by the Booz Allen Foundation.

Booz Allen Proudly Celebrates D&I During Diversity Month, and Every Month

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“A deep sense of belonging is the cornerstone of Booz Allen’s culture. We invest in these events to be the place where you can be your authentic self now and well into the future.” -Anne Muindi-Shemenski, Multicultural Business Resource Group Leader

April is Celebrate Diversity Month. But Booz Allen has been making inclusion a priority year round through its Unstoppable Together series.

From Family Read-Alongs to a $100 Million Resilience Program, Booz Allen Responds to COVID-19

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Reallocating $100 million to ensure job security. Adding options for flexible work, training, and expansion of the firm’s dependent-care program. Biweekly virtual family read alongs. A company-wide challenge to make face masks and other personal protection equipment.

In ways big and small, Booz Allen has rallied to support its employees and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The firm is far from done though, and more initiatives will be announced in the days and weeks ahead!

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