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12 days ago

Financial Analyst

Booz Allen Herndon, VA +9 locations

Key Role: Perform data collection and analysis using Excel and develop charts and graphs to depict data results. Support development of PowerPoint… Booz Allen


12 days ago

Financial Analyst/Cost Analyst

Booz Allen Herndon, VA

Key Role: Leverage familiarity with USGC financial systems. Establish cost analysis, cost estimates, and business cases and implement business… Booz Allen


3 days ago

Product Financial Analyst – new

Booz Allen McLean, VA

Key Role: Serve as an internal financial planning, reporting, and analysis lead and strategic business advisor to internal business units within the… Booz Allen


4 days ago

Financial Analyst, Senior

Booz Allen McLean, VA +2 locations

operations team. Serve as an internal subject matter expert, financial analyst, and strategic business advisor to… Booz Allen


14 days ago

Business Financial Analyst

Booz Allen Arlington, VA +2 locations

Key Role: Provide business financial management and administrative support to a defense agency, Information Innovation Office, including advanced… Booz Allen


23 hrs ago

Invoice Financial Analyst – new

Booz Allen Washington, DC

Key Role: Review and analyze submitted invoices, perform in-depth financial analysis of federal, cost share, and category amounts, and verify invoice… Booz Allen


23 hrs ago

Financial Investigative Analyst – new

Booz Allen Washington, DC

Key Role: Maintain responsibility for conducting analysis of complex financial and business records to support federal investigations and… Booz Allen


20 days ago

Access Programmer/Financial Analyst

Booz Allen Norfolk, VA

Key Role: Support the Comptroller or other database efforts. Apply expertise with Microsoft Access programming, including Visual Basic Coding in… Booz Allen


10 days ago

Financial Management Analyst

Booz Allen Tampa, FL

Key Role: Provide support in the development, compiling, and submission of budgets, reprogramming actions and products, reports, briefings, and… Booz Allen


20 days ago

Cost/Financial Analyst

Booz Allen Annapolis Junction, MD

Key Role: Comprehend Cloud IT Architecture baseline costs and demand for services and develop cost/pricing models to recover costs. Work with the… Booz Allen


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    Once Great, Now Declining

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Associate in Charlottesville, VA
    Current Employee - Associate in Charlottesville, VA

    I have been working at Booz Allen Hamilton

    Pros

    Work-life flexibility, talented colleagues, big and resilient, variance of work, secure employment. Booz Allen is a large and established consulting firm, where it's easy to work there for your whole career if you chose to. Environment is energetic and smart, and the company is big enough that it's easy to find new work and/or new clients while retaining your current position.

    Cons

    For the past 5 years, Booz Allen has been focused more on shareholders and bottom line than on employees and clients. Our emails from upper management tout increasing profits despite declining revenue - like it's a good thing. It is a good thing, for the shareholders, but the slashing that's taken place to make it possible have all directly affected the employees.

    First came small and pretty inconsequential changes - no more biannual laptop upgrades, then our first big change: from everyone having their own office to "hoteling," where each employee reserves an office each day and checks into and out of it like a hotel room. This allowed Booz Allen (BAH) to eliminate empty offices (employees who were on client sites always or almost always) and consolidate employees. A reasonable change, and understandable.

    Next came compensation changes we were told that our compensation actions (read: raises) were to no longer be tied solely to performance, but rather a host of new criteria, one of which was "bid-ability on contracts," meaning "will your salary make it easy or hard to bid you on contracts?" Of course, proposals compete largely on cost, so it's always easier to bid a cheaper employee on a proposal, so this gave leadership a way to freeze salaries or give paltry or in some cases insulting raises with a black and white justification, and the deniability of "it came from upstairs." Lots of talented employees jumped ship at this stage, because raises are the #1 tangible retention tool, and many took these paltry raises as writing on the wall that they were no longer appreciated at BAH.

    More recently, BAH is selling real estate - closing offices. That's a magic trick that can prop up the bottom line, but you can only use that trick once.

    The most recent change has been to our benefits - in short, more expensive healthcare with high deductibles. For example, my plan cost increases $150 a month, and my deductible went from $0 to $2600. Healthcare will cost me $4400 more this year than it did last year; or if I got a $4400 raise, that would put me at zero.

    Booz Allen used to be a high line product at a high line price. We used to be able to command a high price - from clients who wanted more than simply getting the job done, they wanted it done well - and thoroughly, by the brightest and best. Clients would choose Booz Allen for the same reason someone might choose a Mercedes-Benz over a Toyota. In our recent years, this race to the bottom of how cheap we can possibly make operations, how little can we pay our staff, has caused a loss of top talent, and hiring just-good talent as opposed to the sharpest and most impressive applicants. I'm imagining management wanted to cut operating costs, but retain the Firm's reputation - that's just not possible. They got their wish - they made the Firm cheaper. We're just another contracting firm now - a glorified staffing agency.

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    I don't believe it's possible to reclaim our former reputation - not in 10 years, not in 20 - I believe it's gone. I suppose the only move now is to abandon the high-line-product, high-line-price model of yore and just get down with the rest of them and try to bid cheap.

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