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Booz Allen’s Christopher Bogdan, Saurin Shah: AI Could Help Enhance US Space Missions

AI application in space domain

Booz Allen Hamilton officials Christopher Bogdan and Saurin Shah said Friday artificial intelligence presents opportunities for the U.S. to enhance and safeguard its space missions and to maintain dominance in the said domain. They added that AI could help strengthen the resiliency of satellites and satellite networks by enabling operators to launch data scans to identify vulnerabilities.

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Booz Allen's Joel Dillon: 5G, Integrated Operations Key to Achieving Digital Battlespace Dominance

Joel Dillon VP Booz Allen Hamilton

Joel Dillon, vice president and technical lead of the U.S. Army portfolio at Booz Allen Hamilton, said digitized battlespace operations, virtual training and 5G will drive military leadership amid the current threat landscape. Dillon wrote in an opinion piece published Monday on National Defense Magazine that defense officials have recognized the role of 5G implementation in supporting augmented and virtual reality-based training as well as connected architecture.

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Greg Wenzel, Booz Allen Hamilton EVP, Recognized in 2021 Wash100 Award for Driving Defense Solutions; Digital Warfare Capabilities

Greg Wenzel EVP with Booz Allen Hamilton

Executive Mosaic is honored to present Greg Wenzel, executive vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton, as a 2021 Wash100 Award recipient for his thought leadership and for driving defense solutions that support warfighters' competitive edge in digital warfare. Visit Wash100.com to cast a vote for Greg Wenzel as the most significant executive of consequence to the GovCon sector. 

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Industry Experts Share Insights on AI National Security Commission's Final Report; Booz Allen's Steve Escaravage Quoted

Steve Escaravage Booz Allen Hamilton

Steve Escaravage, a senior vice president and head of the analytics practice and artificial intelligence services business at Booz Allen Hamilton, said the U.S. has experienced leadership in other technology areas but could lose its edge in AI if it fails to take action in response to the call made in the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence's final report, Nextgov reported Tuesday. Escaravage also highlighted the need for an “intense focus on an ethical approach“ when it comes to AI.

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Booz Allen’s Kathleen Featheringham on AI Adoption in Transportation Sector

Kathleen Featheringham Director of AI Strategy Booz Allen Hamilton

Kathleen Featheringham, director of artificial intelligence strategy at Booz Allen Hamilton, predicts the transportation sector will witness a paradigm shift as the industry advances its adoption of AI and believes federal agencies should prepare for such a major change by having an AI vision that includes all aspects of the organization. “Second, it's important to have an open meaningful conversation about the right applications for AI and the outcomes that are hoped to be achieved, ensuring that they are ethical auditable sustainable and reliable,“ Featheringham said.

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Matice Wright-Springer Rejoins Booz Allen as Global Defense Group SVP

Matice Wright-Springer Partner

Matice Wright-Springer, former vice president of government and corporate responsibility at ManTech International, has returned to Booz Allen Hamilton as a partner and senior VP for the global defense group under its aerospace account. “I was drawn back to Booz Allen because I want to help solve some of the complex challenges that our customers face," said Wright-Springer.

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Kevin Thomas Named Cybersecurity Services VP at Alpha Omega Integration

Kevin Thomas Cybersecurity Services VP Alpha Omega Integration

Kevin Thomas, a cybersecurity expert who held roles at Science Applications International Corp. and Booz Allen Hamilton, has joined Alpha Omega Integration to serve as vice president of cybersecurity services. He assumed his new role at Alpha Omega in January, bringing over 17 years of experience in operational and consulting cybersecurity and in information technology and business management fields, the company said Friday.

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