Greg Wenzel

Greg Wenzel

EVP

Booz Allen Hamilton

Greg Wenzel leads Booz Allen’s Army business. Previously, he led our Digital Solutions initiative, focusing on the Internet of Things. He and his teams delivered modular agile solutions that integrate deep understanding of mission and systems development with the latest technologies in social, mobile, and cloud computing.

Greg focuses on the consumer/interactive aspects creating new solutions for our government-to-citizen, Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR), and health clients. He has a proven track record applying emerging technologies, such as cloud computing and service-oriented architecture, to design, develop, and deliver large-scale, enterprise systems to address transformational business and mission needs. Greg has a deep understanding in the Department of Defense (DoD) C4ISR mission area and enterprise integration leveraging API design and management.

Greg is a specialist in distributed computing solutions and has deep experience in intelligence community, tactical warfighting, and commercial web-based systems as well as advanced distributed simulation. He is a recognized leader in the areas of:
Business-to-business (B2B) exchanges
Service-oriented architectures
Distributed simulation
Grid computing
Net-centricity
Throughout his career, Greg has helped defense clients achieve enterprise efficiency through re-use and integration focusing on the continued net-centric transformation of IT systems. He is working with Army, Navy, Air Force, and defense clients to architect and implement net-centric solutions across the DoD C2ISR enterprise. In addition, Greg is the chairman of the board for the Association for Enterprise Information, a National Defense Industrial Association affiliate.

Before joining the firm, Greg served as chief architect for several commercial B2B exchanges while at Aestix.com. Prior to Aestix, he was chief engineer for several distributed applications supporting multiple clients across DoD, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency; the Defense Intelligence Agency; the Defense Communications Agency-Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Systems Defense Information Systems Agency; Air Force; and Army. In addition, Greg served 8 years in the U.S. Army National Guard/Reserves as a combat engineer (sapper) and achieved the rank of captain.

Greg holds a B.S. in computer science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and an M.S. in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.