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Booz Allen Leads Artificial Intelligence Deployment for US Government

Slate of new AI capabilities expands driving role in federal mission success

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) today announced new insights from its AI portfolio, doubling down on the firm’s leading role deploying AI for the federal government and accelerating the ability to achieve critical mission success via a new stack of AI capabilities.

Booz Allen is well positioned to meet the evolving needs of its clients, having been recently recognized as the largest provider of AI-related services to the federal government by a leading provider of market intelligence, Govwin from Deltek. Bringing learnings from long-standing client engagements to support those growing federal needs, Booz Allen has scaled and focused its AI portfolio to offer new, specialized AI technology stacks that help clients achieve mission objectives more rapidly, cost effectively, and at enterprise scale. Initial development areas include:

  • Generative AI: Standard deployment frameworks and pipelines that power rapid and safe adaptation of foundational models to fit unique mission requirements.
  • Responsible AI: Integrated software and AI solution for managing risk across the entire machine learning (ML) and generative AI lifecycle.
  • Adversarial AI: Service offering that addresses risk across the AI lifecycle and offers clients a variety of options to study, assess, engineer, monitor, and improve model robustness and security.
  • Cyber AI: Solutions that enable standardization and reusable deployment of cyber AI/machine learning (ML), with focus on defensive cyber operations.
  • Vision AI: A set of integrated software services to build, deliver, run, and sustain computer vision in the cloud or at the edge.

As new areas of capability demand are identified, additional stacks will be added in the future. These AI stacks build on Booz Allen’s established AI portfolio, which includes AI Strategy, AI Engineering, Model Development, and Quantum Sciences, in addition to a dedicated R&D team. The solutions are underpinned by Booz Allen’s recently launched AI factory, aiSSEMBLE™, which provides a holistic approach to designing, developing, and fielding AI for the federal government with reusable components and configurable templates to foster scalable enterprise AI.

“Booz Allen remains steps ahead in today’s AI environment with our newly launched AI stacks. We are focused on safely, responsibly, and quickly bringing real AI solutions to the federal government using explainable, trustworthy technology,” said John Larson, executive vice president at Booz Allen and leader of the firm’s AI practice.

“Our clients operate in complex environments that demand AI capabilities be reliable, scalable, and specialized for mission applications,” said Larson. “We’ve listened to these needs and developed an AI service catalog that empowers our talent to deliver differentiated AI capabilities at the speed of need and can operate securely—across on-premises, in cloud, hybrid cloud, or multicloud environments and at the edge—to accelerate what comes next for our clients’ missions.”

With nearly 200 active AI projects across defense, national security, and civil missions—including three of the largest AI contracts within the Department of Defense—Booz Allen’s portfolio and client impact demonstrates the firm’s decades-long commitment to bringing AI out of the lab and providing real-world value.

“The strength of Booz Allen is our connection to our clients’ missions and deep understanding of the impactful, meaningful technology required to solve their toughest challenges—which in turn, benefits the country and its citizens,” said Susan Penfield, chief technology officer at Booz Allen. “We are proudly and proficiently continuing to make AI impact for our clients, integrating best-in-breed commercial technology to accelerate mission success at the intersection of 'AI &' in a highly reliable, repeatable way.”

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About Booz Allen Hamilton

Trusted to transform missions with the power of tomorrow’s technologies, Booz Allen Hamilton advances the nation’s most critical civil, defense, and national security priorities. We lead, invest, and invent where it’s needed most—at the forefront of complex missions, using innovation to define the future. We combine our in-depth expertise in AI and cybersecurity with leading-edge technology and engineering practices to deliver impactful solutions. Combining more than 100 years of strategic consulting expertise with the perspectives of diverse talent, we ensure results by integrating technology with an enduring focus on our clients. We’re first to the future—moving missions forward to realize our purpose: Empower People to Change the World®.

With global headquarters in McLean, Virginia, our firm employs more than 32,600 people globally as of June 30, 2023 and had revenue of $9.3 billion for the 12 months ended March 31, 2023. To learn more, visit (NYSE: BAH)

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