Engineering chief moves to Huntsville, Alabama; Gary Pomajevich brings decades of FBI support to the region


McLean, VirginiaBooz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) announced one of its senior technical leaders supporting the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), distinguished engineer Gary Pomajevich, moved to Huntsville, Alabama.

This decision underlines the firm’s commitment and partnership with the FBI to establish his Huntsville campus as the world’s leading innovation hub for next-generation forensic and exploitation technologies.

Pomajevich worked with Booz Allen for 25 years, helping the company support major intelligence, national security, and law enforcement operations, including those of the FBI. He has spent most of his career working behind the scenes as an integrated, on-site technical leader serving his clients and their missions. Pomajevich played a central role in the stand-up and success of the FBIthe technical operations component of the Terrorist Explosive Ordnance Analysis Center (TEDAC) in 2003 and its team supported its successful relocation and the continuation of its mission to Arsenal Redstone in 2017 as one of the first major programs to pass Huntsville. His multifaceted experience includes work in reverse engineering, technical analysis and operation, software development and more specifically in the development of state-of-the-art survey tools.

“I am looking forward to starting a new chapter in my career with Booz Allen here in the Rocket city‘said Pomajevich. “Although I will be working in a new city, my goal and my passion have remained the same for decades: to serve our customers and our employees. It’s especially gratifying to see the results help solve a case or stop a terrorist plot. In partnership, we have the opportunity to revolutionize the way the FBI carries out its mission by innovating and quickly bringing new capabilities to the field. ‘

Pomajevich’s move from Quantico, Virginia, coincides with the FBIthe multi-year effort to extend its presence to Arsenal Redstone and transform the location into a hub for technological development. the FBIthe plans include improving its training programs, building an innovation center dedicated to cyber threat intelligence and analysis, and creating a “smart city” where FBI employees can test tools in a real environment. the FBI aims to expand its current base of Huntsville employed with a workforce of at least 3,400 by 2026.

“We worked side by side with the FBI for decades, and we have an active, engaged and growing presence on the ground in Huntsville,’ noted Carl Ghattas, senior vice president of Booz Allen and head of the law firm Justice, Internal security, and transport companies that have served in the FBI For more than 20 years. “Gary’s relocation demonstrates our commitment to bringing together the best and brightest talent to support FBI missions. Gary is not the first member of our team to move Huntsville in support of the FBI, and he won’t be the last. Booz Allen will be there as more programs transition, with waves of professionals transitioning their Booz Allen careers from the National Capital Region to Huntsville, as well as dozens of new recruits targeted from the region. Booz Allen in Huntsville is a place where you can build a rewarding career; develop new skills geared towards the future; and apply them to protect the American people from the threats of the 21st century.

Booz Allen operated local offices in Huntsville since 2003, and currently employs a local workforce of 175 people. In 2020, the company opened its 6,000-square-foot state-of-the-art innovation center in the historic Stovehouse factory reimagined to support collaboration with customers and the community. The reconfigurable space is designed to accommodate engineering teams, employee meetings, customer meetings, and demonstrations across a wide range of technical skills.

Learn more about Booz Allen’s work with the FBI and how the company Huntsville location supports Booz Allen customers and the community.

On Booz Allen Hamilton

For more than 100 years, militaries, governments and business leaders have looked to Booz Allen Hamilton to solve their most complex problems. As a consulting firm of experts in analytics, digital solutions, engineering and cyber, we help organizations transform. We are a key partner in some of the most innovative programs for governments around the world and our most sensitive agencies trust. We work hand-in-hand with clients, using a mission-driven approach to choose the right strategy and the right technology to help them achieve their vision.

With a global headquarters in McLean, Virginia, our company employs approximately 29,200 people worldwide in September 30, 2021 and had income of $ 7.9 billion for the past 12 months March 31, 2021. To learn more, visit www.boozallen.com. (NYSE: BAH)

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