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How Booz Allen Interns Are Improving Federal Disaster Response with Blockchain and Other Technologies


Flashlight? First aid kit? Water? Check. When disaster strikes, federal disaster response agencies encourage us to be prepared with these and other basic emergency supplies. However, there’s much more to emergency preparedness than meets the eye. Before, during, and after a hurricane, tornado, flood, or wildfire, federal agencies must be able to quickly and effectively respond to, and communicate with, those in harm’s way.

DC Is a Growth Center for Women Entrepreneurs: Here are Four Startups to Watch


With organizations like The Vinetta Project and DC Fem Tech, Washington, DC has become a top city for female entrepreneurs to launch their startups and raise capital. Outside the nation’s capital, these founders might not find the same opportunities; in 2017, women received only 2 percent of all venture funding.

Using Artificial Intelligence, Booz Allen Interns Develop Smart Tech Solutions


How often do you ask Alexa or Siri a question? Grab an Uber or Lyft ride? Every day, we’re harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI). AI-enabled apps increasingly perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. The AI-powered revolution is here. And it’s transforming the way we think, work, and live.

From Disaster Relief to Public Health: Booz Allen Interns are Changing the World for the Better


This month, nearly 400 talented university students from across the country join Booz Allen Hamilton as Summer Games interns. Over the next 10 weeks, they’ll compete to solve 85 tough challenges. Their ultimate goal? To change the world.

The Booz Allen Summer Games are here. 

Booz Allen Study Sheds Light on Cyber Talent Shortage and C-Suite Accountability in the New Age of Security Threats


A new survey by Booz Allen Hamilton confirms what IT leaders have long suspected: many organizations do not have the cybersecurity staff in place to fully protect themselves from evolving threats.

Booz Allen’s Patricia Goforth: Engineering Discipline, Agility Key to Fighting Cyber Threats


In recognition of Women’s History Month, Booz Allen Hamilton is turning the spotlight on some of its most influential women leaders. Meet Patricia Goforth, who leads the firm’s engineering and science business for defense and intelligence clients. Patricia and her team focus on design, development and deployment of engineering, science and C4ISR solutions to meet clients’ mission critical goals.

Booz Allen Ranks #7 on Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT List


Each day, Booz Allen empowers people to change the world. Through energized and supportive work environments, professionals collaborate side by side to develop innovative solutions right at the center of their clients’ most important missions.

Sophie Bernstein, Military Child of the Year, Honored for Commitment to Sustainable Food


17-year old Sophie Bernstein (pictured, above), recipient of the 2017 Military Child of the Year Award for Innovation, is passionate about sustainable food and social justice. Sophie’s commitment to improving the health of her community one garden at a time also led to her teaching lower-income children how to fish – metaphorically, that is – through gardening and science, technology, engineering and math practices (STEM).

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: Oh My! Booz Allen and Girl Scouts Inspire Girls to Stay Involved in STEM


Madison Merritt’s laughter was infectious as she flung around a stick covered with extracted strawberry DNA. “I want to continue doing science experiments because you never know what the answer is going to be,” said the fifth grader who recently attended Booz Allen Hamilton’s Make the Connection (MTC) mentor program in partnership with Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital (GSNC).

VA, Booz Allen Hamilton, and ASN Bring Leaders and Experts to DC for Inaugural Kidney Disease Innovation Summit


One of the most difficult spaces to innovate in is healthcare, where new technology and solutions must be effective enough to overcome a preference for the status quo, but inexpensive enough to be affordable for patients. This is particularly true for Veterans who rely on VA for life-saving care and treatment. As a result, major breakthroughs have been limited in the health space, ultimately leaving patients and their families to bear the cost of such inaction. 


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