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Michael Isman: Booz Allen’s Washington Facility Supports Efforts to Promote Innovation

Michael Isman

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 7, 2017 — Michael Isman, a vice president and strategic innovation group executive at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has said the company’s new facility in Washington, D.C., will work to promote innovation across the organization, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Isman stated that the Innovation Center was designed to allow project teams to work together in an “open and collaborative environment” to bring new ideas on areas such as cyber and digital technology to the government, Federal New Radio reported Friday.

“What we’ve noticed: not only do we get the benefit of people feeling and acting innovative… But we actually get value proposition from project team to project team,” he added.

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