Forbes  Oct 20  Comment 
10 guns, including an AR-style weapon, as well as 50TB in data seized during search of NSA contractor Harold T. Martin III. The former Booz Allen Hamilton contractor is expected to face espionage charges.
New York Times  Oct 7  Comment 
Booz Allen Hamilton, the firm that employed the contractor accused of stealing secrets from the National Security Agency, earns billions of dollars each year in intelligence work.
Benzinga  Oct 5  Comment 
Shares of Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (NYSE: BAH) fell more than 4 percent after the New York Times reported that Harold Thomas Martin, one of the firm's National Security Agency contractors, had been arrested for possible theft of...
Benzinga  Sep 9  Comment 
Cowen has downgraded Science Applications International Corp (NYSE: SAIC) ("SAIC") to Market Perform from Outperform on valuation. Review Of Q2 "Q2 continued SAIC's record of impressive performance; but up a peer-high 20 percent since midyear,...
Forbes  Aug 4  Comment 
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 8/8/16, International Game Technology PLC (NYSE: IGT), Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp. (NYSE: BAH), and Terex Corp. (NYSE: TEX) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective...
Benzinga  Jul 28  Comment 
Barclays expressed being impressed with Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (NYSE: BAH) management's "palpable optimism" on broadening future growth potential following the first-quarter beat. "Under the helm of CEO Rozanski, BAH appears to...


Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE:BAH) sells and executes on management and technology consulting engagements with the US government's defense, intelligence, and civil domains. The vast majority of Booz Allen Hamilton's revenues come from contracts with U.S. government clients.[1] [1] In 2008, Booz Allen Hamilton separated from its parent company, Booz and Company.[2] This separation, which was negotiated under a non-compete agreement through the second quarter of 2011, will allow Booz Allen Hamilton to eventually expand into commercial and private industries.[2] This may offer Booz Allen Hamilton a chance to hedge a potential loss in revenue facing decreasing government expenditures.

Business Growth

The company's initial public offering of stock on the NYSE occurred on November 16, 2010. The company offered 14M shares each for $17. This was at at the low end of its $17-$19 range. The IPO raised a total of $238M. The lead underwriters of the deal were Morgan Stanley (MS) and Barclays (BCS).[3] Booz Allen Hamilton's total revenue increased by 17% from 2009 to 2010. The company had reported a total revenue figure of $4.4B in 2009 and $5.1B in 2010. The company also reported a net income of $25M in 2010. [4]

Trends and Forces

Booz Allen Hamilton's Separation from Booz and Company Will Open New Markets for Competition

When Booz Allen Hamilton separated from Booz and Company, the two companies signed a no-compete agreement that was set to expire in the second quarter of FY2011.[5] When this agreement expires, Booz Allen Hamilton will have an opportunity to compete in international and commercial markets - a previously untouched market as stipulated by the aforementioned agreement.[5]

Revenue Contingent on Continued U.S. Government Spending

Almost all of Booz Allen Hamilton's revenue come from contracts with the U.S. government, especially in defense and intelligence. As U.S. economic concerns continue, lawmakers may be inclined to cut into the near trillion dollar U.S. defense budget. Such cuts would have second and third order effects in the private consulting industry, especially on companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton that are reliant upon contracts for their revenues.


Booz Allen Hamilton competes in a largely saturated, private industry that provides consultation services for the U.S. government. Booz Allen's main competitors include SAIC (SAI), Lockheed Martin (LMT), and Raytheon Company (RTN).


  1. 1.0 1.1 | Booz Allen Hamilton 2009 Annual Report
  2. 2.0 2.1 Booz Allen separate
  3. Renaissance Capital - IPO Home "Booz Allen Hamilton prices IPO at $17, bottom of the range" 16 Nov 2010
  5. 5.0 5.1 Morgan Stanley Maintains Overweight on Booz Allen
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