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Booz Allen Lines Up New AI Capabilities Behind Its Government Servicing Lead

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Booz Allen Lines Up New AI Capabilities Behind Its Government Servicing Lead

Booz Allen Hamilton is unveiling new artificial intelligence capabilities to enhance mission success. 

Citing a report on AI in the federal landscape from GovWin of Deltek, Booz Allen said in a press release that it is well-prepared to meet evolving client needs with its new AI capabilities.

The company’s expanded AI portfolio includes specialized technology stacks such as Generative AI, Responsible AI, Adversarial AI, Cyber AI and Vision AI, allowing clients to achieve mission objectives more rapidly and cost-effectively, Booz Allen said.

According to Susan Penfield, chief technology officer, a 4×24 member and three-time Wash100 winner, Booz Allen’s strength comes from its connection with clients’ mission challenges and delivery of their solutions “in a highly reliable, repeatable way.”  

As new demand areas are identified, more AI capabilities will be developed and built upon the company’s established AI portfolio founded on AI strategy and engineering, model development and quantum sciences, Booz Allen added. 

The company recently launched an AI factory called aiSSEMBLE for a holistic approach to the design and development of AI solutions for the federal government to foster scalable-enterprise AI through reusable components and configurable templates.

With Booz Allen’s beefed-up AI portfolio, the company is targeting up to $700 million in government AI contracts in fiscal year 2024, the news website Axios reported.

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