The suit asks that the court have Booz Allen reinstate her as a partner and award her back pay, benefits and damages for emotional distress.
Booz Allen's CEO told analysts that a July hack by Anonymous won't affect the company's bottom line.
Three well-known government contractors have won five-year Defense Department contracts worth a total of $362 million for IT assistance for the Special Operations Command.
The contractor becomes the latest victim of the AntiSec hacking campaign, which claims it downloaded thousands of military e-mails and password hashes.
As agencies struggle to do more with less, Booz Allen builds program management business.
Booz Allen Hamilton saw its profits soar in 2011, and starting Aug. 1 it's targeting new markets. Where is it headed next?
CH2M Hill is buying one of its units, but Booz Allen remains committed to federal transportation market.
SRA International Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, Project Performance Corp., ICF International Inc. and Alon Inc. have been awarded prime positions on the EPA’s $100 million Information Technology Solutions-Business Information Strategic Support II contract.
The Government Accountability Office want to yank a $25 million task order from the large contractor.
Booz Allen's contingency language in its proposal for a DISA contract got it into trouble with the fixed-price requirements, GAO said in a new decision.
SRA International Inc. and four other contractors will vie for tasks under a newly announced Defense Department blanket purchase agreement that has an estimated value of $100 million over five years, if all options are exercised.
Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.