2023 Vault Rankings
At a Glance
“Booz Allen sets out to deliver only the highest quality products to clients while ferociously supporting staff.”
“I really enjoy the people I work with and the chance to contribute to the men and women on the frontline, protecting our nation and allies.”
“The flexibility and the value that leadership has for the employees working at the firm.”
“Being a publicly traded company, emphasis on growth is distracting from focusing on customer missions.”
“It's such a big, dispersed company, with locations all over the world, it's sometimes easy to feel like you've fallen in the cracks.”
“Sometimes long hours are required. Our internal HR systems could be more efficient.”
“Generally strong reputation.”
“Well-known consulting firm with many different arms.”
About Booz Allen Hamilton
Edwin G. Booz founded Booz Allen Hamilton in 1914, on the eve of World War I, to help businesses succeed through an outsider’s perspective and a human touch. Over the past century, Booz Allen Hamilton has carved its own place in the consulting industry as an indispensable advisor to the U.S. federal government, particularly in administering IT strategy and integration to numerous agencies and departments.
There is hardly an area of government that has not felt Booz Allen’s influence in one capacity or another. The firm has been involved in some of the United States’ most important moments in the 20th and 21st centuries. Booz Allen was the first consultancy sought out by NASA at the agency’s inception and has advised on major advancements in the Space Race—from the Apollo 11 moon launch in 1969 to the design of the Hubble Space Telescope in 1990. The firm was also instrumental in the1940s-era expansion of the naval fleet and the securement of loans that kept Chrysler afloat in the 1980s.
The Booz Allen Hamilton of today looks a lot different than it did just a decade ago. The Virginia-based consulting firm once consisted of two very distinct businesses: one that advised government clients and one that worked with commercial companies. That changed in early 2008, when the commercial and international business spun off as the independent firm Booz & Company, while the U.S. government business retained the name Booz Allen Hamilton. To reinforce their independence from the commercial group, the firm then sold a $2.54 billion majority stake in itself to private equity giant The Carlyle Group. The firm went public in November 2010, and the Carlyle Group remains a majority shareholder.
Today, Booz Allen is a firm of more than 29,000 employees, with 96 percent of its revenue from the federal government and the remainder from commercial and international work. The firm is a strategic partner for agencies in numerous sectors of government—from health and energy to defense. It plays an integral role in the management of these agencies—and, by extension, the defense of our nation. Despite its long history (or perhaps because of it) Booz Allen remains as agile and adaptable as ever. The firm invests heavily in emerging sectors and cultivates a culture of innovation, integrating its heritage into a range of highly skilled and impactful technological capabilities.
The firm lends its expertise in strategy consulting, analytics, engineering, cybersecurity, and digital solutions to a multitude of engagements. Security projects and developments for the Department of Homeland Security. Improving public alert and warning systems in conjunction with the FCC. Creating the Federal Enterprise Architecture as a standard for budgetary management in federal offices. The outright provision of systems intelligence support to the military and defense agencies. These are just a few examples of how Booz Allen Hamilton perpetuates one of its founder’s enduring mantras: “start with character…and fear not the future.”
Booz Allen has mounted a coordinated response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Our top priorities continue to be protecting the health of our people, their families and their communities; supporting the critical needs of our government and commercial clients; and ensuring the firm’s institutional and financial resilience. We’ve committed to employment security for our employees through at least July 1 and have made several major enhancements to our dependent-care and employee resilience programs.
Focused on protecting our employees while continuing to manage our business and serve clients, Booz Allen has implemented a mandatory telework policy for employees whose assignments and clients permit working remotely. Roughly 90 percent of our 27,000 employees are working remotely and we have implemented a force protection program to help protect the safety and health of those whose work requires them to be on company or client site.
Booz Allen continues to hire during this time of uncertainty to support our clients, particularly cleared technical consultants in the areas of analytics, cybersecurity, digital solutions, and engineering.
Now more than ever we’re leaning in to stay connected with candidates; we’ve implemented additional virtual solutions around interviews, hiring events, and onboarding. We’re using both phone and video interview platforms and we’ve shifted to an all-virtual onboarding experience, including an immersive day-long remote orientation where new hires are introduced to our culture, their colleagues, and receive guidance on how to have a successful start. Although we’re not in person, we’re committed to ensuring that our candidates have an excellent experience.
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Employer Type: Public
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Stock Exchange: NYSE
President & CEO: Horacio D. Rozanski
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