The consulting firm will provide government and commercial clients in Saudi Arabia with services including cybersecurity, transportation, healthcare and other infrastructures in which the Kingdom plans to invest in 2013, according to a company statement.
“In 2013, the Kingdom is investing in health, the financial sector, social services, education and transportation and water infrastructure,“ said Don Pressley, senior vice president and MENA operations leader.
He added the investments are signs of a growing economy and the country has much to gain form Booz Allen’s mission focus and support of full life cycle programs.
The company, which previously supported U.S. government contracts in the Kingdom, will support Saudi Arabia's move to address cybersecurity concerns by using its expertise in the financial, health and energy sectors.
Booz Allen has supported the Royal Saudi Naval Forces for more than three decades.
The firm's regional headquarters is in Abu Dhabi, and Booz Allen also conducts business in Qatar, Kuwait and Oman.