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TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 31, 2019 — Josh Sullivan, senior vice president of analytics at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), said government agencies should review their goals and capacity as well as engage personnel as they move to utilize artificial intelligence technology, GovCon Wire reported May 21. Sullivan wrote that …Read More »
Booz Allen Hamilton executives wrote in an article published Thursday on The New England Journal of Medicine that federal health care agencies should leverage data science tools and lessons from the intelligence community to optimize big data in order to improve care quality and reduce costs. Steve Escaravage, a senior vice president and head of Booz Allen’s digital, analytics and strategy practice, co-wrote the piece with Kevin Vigilante, an executive VP and a health business leader at the company; and Mike McConnell, a senior executive adviser at Booz Allen.Read More »
Josh Elliot, principal and director of artificial intelligence at Booz Allen Hamilton, told Datanami in an interview published Thursday about the company’s involvement in deep learning programs within the federal government. “We have probably 60 or more [projects] right now, today, active in deep learning, machine learning, and artificial intelligence types of projects across the federal government right now,” Elliot told the publication at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, Calif.Read More »
Three Booz Allen Hamilton executives said there are five myths about change management in government information technology modernization and the first notion that should be debunked is that change management should concentrate on end users. “Successful change management requires a whole cultural change that goes beyond end users to encompass the entire stakeholder community – from your delivery teams and business units to your end user community,” Booz Allen’s Juli Dixon, Ben Marglin and Andrew Mason wrote in an FCW article published Thursday.Read More »
Booz Allen’s Shannon Fitzgerald on Digital Tools That Could Help Agencies Improve Citizen Experience
Shannon Fitzgerald, a senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton and head of the company’s citizen services business, said top commercial brands are adopting digital platforms and services that could be used by federal agencies to improve customer experience. Fitzgerald wrote in a Nextgov article published Monday that agencies seeking to streamline user experience should advance the use of chatbots and redesign their websites to make it easier for citizens to find the information they need.
Henry “Trey” Obering, an executive vice president and directed energy lead at Booz Allen Hamilton, has outlined several measures the Department of Defense should do to expedite the development of lasers and directed energy weapons to achieve military advantage against emerging threats. Obering wrote in a Defense One article published Wednesday that DoD should increase spending on directed energy weapons to up to $3B per year to improve laser power and beam quality as well as reduce the size, weight, power and cost requirements of such weapons.Read More »