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Booz Allen EVP Greg Wenzel: Open Architecture, Integration Key to Support Warfighter Mission

Greg Wenzel

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 19, 2018 — Greg Wenzel, an executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has said the company leverages open architecture in an effort to provide clients the vendors and technologies that most align with their mission requirements.

He told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published June 11 that being platform-agnostic also enables Booz Allen to deliver great value in its integrated services for the warfighter.

Wenzel believes the U.S. Army, in particular, must push for integration at the onset to advance its information technology modernization activities in support of mission areas such as command, control, computing, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

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