Booz Allen Lexington Park: Make the Choice to Make a Difference

At Booz Allen Lexington Park, we aren’t working to live: we’re working to help others live. The safety of our country depends on what this team accomplishes every day. Helping develop the futureOur team (cybersecurity experts, systems engineers, network systems administrators, policy analysts, data scientists, consultants, and other professionals)...

At Booz Allen Lexington Park, we aren’t working to live: we’re working to help others live. The safety of our country depends on what this team accomplishes every day.

Helping develop the future

Our team (cybersecurity experts, systems engineers, network systems administrators, policy analysts, data scientists, consultants, and other professionals) often works on client site—and they aren’t ordinary clients.

The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), for example, is headquartered near us at Patuxent River Naval Air Station. NAVAIR is responsible for bringing our sailors and marines home safely, and we’re responsible for helping them do it.

“Our expertise and support will determine how technology evolves. We’re on the forefront of what’s happening, helping develop the future for our civilian, Department of Defense, and government clients,” says Christopher Hernandez, lead procurement manager supporting the Special Communications Missions Solutions Division at NAVAIR.

Projects that protect

One of our main projects at NAVAIR is the Presidential Helicopter Program, which provides transport for the President and Vice President of the United States. We’re helping NAVAIR redesign the helicopters’ communication systems to allow secure, long-range phone connections for coordinating landings, holding meetings, and discussing other vital issues.

We’re also collaborating with clients to use machine intelligence and deep learning to create advanced camera software that actually “learns” from data. We use this new software to test unmanned vehicles and practice catapult landings and launching. We also work to counteract negative propaganda in the Middle East, and develop technology that provides life-or-death information to our troops in real time.

“This is next-gen stuff. We’re building things the warfighters truly use,” says Senior Recruiter Scott Mewhinney. “And we’re doing it right here in Lexington Park.”

The choice is up to you. When it comes to your career, you can get a job—or you can join a mission.

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