Ralph Shrader Says Booz Allen Will Continue to Evolve as it Pursues Growth

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Ralph Shrader Booz Allen Hamilton leader Ralph Shrader has held the chief executive role at the Tysons Corner, Va.-based government services provider since 1999, and has overseen several important changes at the firm, including the separation of its government and commercial businesses and its transition into a public company. Marjorie Censer of the Washington Post reports that Shrader believes Booz...

Kevin Cook Appointed CFO, Mike McConnell to Retire as Vice Chair at Booz Allen

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Kevin Cook, senior vice president and corporate controller at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has been promoted to chief financial officer and treasurer and will assume those roles on July 1. His appointment is one in a series of executive transitions at the McLean, Va.-based consulting firm as both Vice Chairman Mike McConnell and Chief Financial and Administrative Officer Samuel Strickland will...

Horacio Rozanski Adds President Role at Booz Allen; Ralph Shrader Comments

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Horacio D. Rozanski Horacio Rozanski, chief operating officer at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) since 2011, will serve in the additional role of president for the firm starting on Jan. 1, 2014. Rozanski will continue reporting to Ralph Shrader, chairman and CEO of Booz Allen, the firm said Monday. Shrader said Rozanski will work with the rest of Booz Allen’s executive team in executing the company’s...

Booz Allen Closes $154M Buy of ARINC Defense Engineering Business; Ralph Shrader Comments

Ralph Shrader Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE:BAH) has completed its $154 million cash acquisition of ARINC’s defense systems engineering and support business, adding nearly 1,000 employees to the Booz Allen roster. Booz Allen said it closed the transaction Friday and expects the transaction to increase its earnings for fiscal 2014, which starts April 1, 2013. “With the acquisition of DSES, we’re...

Booz Allen Continues Mulling Cash Moves, Authorizes $30M Share Repurchase

The board of directors for Booz Allen Hamilton‘s (NYSE: BAH) parent company has authorized the company to tap its current cash holdings to repurchase $30 million in shares of its outstanding common stock. The purchases will be made in the open market, possibly in privately-negotiated transactions, the company announced Tuesday. “We continue to look at a number of options for use of our...

Booz Allen Raises $238 Million in Strong First Day of Trading

Booz Allen Hamilton CEO Ralph Shrader; Photo: Booz Allen Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) raised $238 million yesterday, marking a strong first day of trading for the government-contracting giant. The day ended with shares trading at $19.25, more than 13 percent above the initial public offering of $17 per share, according to The Washington Post. Booz Allen CEO Ralph Shrader told The Post the company...

Ralph Shrader of Booz Allen Hamilton, Others Named Executives of the Year

The top government-contracting prize has been awarded to three Washington, D.C.-area executives: Anne Reed, ASI Government (less than $75 million), Dr. Long Nguyen, Pragmatics Inc. ($75-$300 million), and Ralph Shrader, Booz Allen & Hamilton ($300 million and greater). The awards were presented at the 2010 Greater Washington Government Awards dinner this week, sponsored by the Fairfax County...

Booz Allen Looks to Go Public

Booz Allen Hamilton has filed for an initial stock offering that could hold a potential value of  $300 million, according to the firm. Ralph Shrader Back in December 2009, ExecutiveBiz named Ralph Schrader, chairman, president and CEO of Booz Allen, in its list of Top 20 People in Watch in 2010, saying “ExecutiveBiz is placing its bets on Booz Allen Hamilton going public.” No per-share...

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