19 Burst results for "Booz Allen"

"booz allen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"booz allen" Discussed on WTOP

"The day down just a fraction The S&P 500 Index snapped its three day winning streak down more than a half percent today the NASDAQ finished the day down 1.7% New unemployment filings in Virginia were cut in half last week Initial claims are lower in D.C. two but they were higher in Maryland Nationwide there were 184,001st time claims for unemployment benefits last week The lowest weekly total in 52 years Mcclain based Booz Allen Hamilton has a lot of different businesses going on It's shedding some of them Who's Allen has completed its spinoff of its artificial intelligence business mod Z has its own company it did the same with a cyber threat company snap attack recently The FAA has signed off on Amazon's 350 foot tall corkscrew shaped helix building planned for HQ two and Pentagon city He says it will not interfere with air traffic at Regan national airport about a mile away The building won't be done until 2026 Jeff claw WTO news Money news brought to you by regency furniture Its regency furniture's biggest holiday sailor van and your chance to save up to 65% off less regency has up to 60 months no interest financing Shop regency furniture in Maryland and Virginia Up ahead on breaking news out of Annapolis and override of governor Larry Hogan's veto of congressional redistricting maps for 26 This year we've got everything but the kitchen sink prepared Wait no Got the sick too We knitted hats for everyone Like third cousins everyone We learned the real words to the holiday classics And we called dibs on a Virginia's.

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How Remote Work Is Impacting Federal Cybersecurity

Cyber Work

02:09 min | 11 months ago

How Remote Work Is Impacting Federal Cybersecurity

"So it was like to start by getting the story of our guests. Cybersecurity journey in their own words are back. Did your interested in computers in tech start and what initially got you excited to learn more about cybersecurity so actually i was coming out of college. I'm gonna date myself here back in nineteen ninety and i had gone in to college getting a computer science and maths degree then it turned to math. And then i realized it just wasn't making me happy what i was doing And i ended up adding some communications classes and i came out with this some kind of a hybrid degree rape that included. Lots of things And what i found was. I had an adviser in college. Who was fabulous. Rick dilmun if he still out there who really helped me understand. The importance of a diverse team both diverse ethnically as well as Skill wise and one of the early projects. I worked on in a senior thesis class was a modeling and simulation project and i was like why. This isn't what i want to be doing. And he's a nike. You're here to done. And i realized i could be. Technically adapt will do things. I like and that kind of launched me on my way. Leising that okay. I don't have to engineer to be involved in really good tech stuff so You know from there. I got out of school. I was fortunate to get a job that included getting a clearance and hired by a former navy commander who had a very similar of you that rate he was happy to take inexperienced people with potential And from there. I soon ended up at booz-allen a few years later and You know it's just it's been a series of. I think fortunate events for me that i've been able to kinda get in and what i consider to be the inception of what people call cyber today. Right we were cyber school

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"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is master's in business with very rich holds on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest today is Greg Fleming. He is the founding CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management. Which essentially is a re envisioning of the Rockefeller family office. That has been around for quite a long time. He comes to us from both senior positions in Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, where he worked as an acclaimed investment banker. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you very much, Barry. It's great to be here. So I mentioned you. You began your career as an investment banker. I know you were Merrill Lynch in the 19 nineties. Tell us about that. What? What was Meryl like in that period? Actually, Barry, if we could back it up slightly before Maryland, I began my career. I graduated from law school in 1988. And I began my career at Booz Allen and Hamilton, a management consulting firm, and this is relevant to what happened as my career moved along. I always start with this. I spent about 4.5 years of Booz Allen as a management consultant. And those years were very important for me getting a broad introduction into businesses in different industries. How they work, three importance of leadership of a strategic vision and being able to marshal 18 behind the vision and get things executed. Did a tremendous amount of travel at Booz Allen and Hamilton, the management consultants particulars you start to move along. Into senior. More senior positions are managing different engagements and projects in different parts of the world. So I did a lot of work in London and in Europe, Japan and South America and businesses and industries from financial services to consumer products to automotive on and the The training and the insight into the business world. Having not had a lot previously. I mean, then it lost. Going before that I college was a tremendous boost to my career, both in the short run and over time when I got the Maryland and I'll get to that. And then even Morgan Stanley and throughout the rest of my career, I think that I was able to, uh, work successfully as an investment banker and then as a manager and leader of businesses. In great part because of that early exposure and training at the booze down and Hamilton. How do you transition from consulting with one set of clients? To finance with a somewhat different set of clients. In some ways, it was It was pretty seamless transition in the sense that I was providing strategic Management advice to multiple clients at Booz Allen and Hamilton, and then I was also providing strategic Tactical and financial advice to clients as an investment banker. So I do think that that training helped me. To position myself more quickly to be able to counsel senior executives and CEOs. Whether I would do with deal of fire them or where we recommending something and helping them to think through. What are the next steps in their businesses? So when I left, I left Booz Allen and late 1992 and joined Merrill Lynch. And, frankly, one of the reasons I left, Barry was because I wanted to get closer to the follow up the execution. You know. Eventually I went from being an investment banker and an advisor there two leading businesses, which I like the most, and I'll get to that. But when I when I went Tomo, who's Alan? When I went to Marilyn from Booz Allen? I have my thought was to get into a company and get closer to being able to actually see through the vision that you work with clients on is a management consultant. So Maryland and in the early nineties was a tremendous place it was taking off as an institutional firm. It had been a retail focus firm for decades. Really from its founding early in the 20th century. In the 19 nineties, They had done a series of acquisitions that has positioned them well, the building institutional business. I found the culture to be married Socratic. Performance based if you did well, you could move quickly. I joined in late 1992. I started more on them management side within municipal finance, helping run that business and then I moved to investment banking in the financial institutions Group. On. I started working directly with clients, particularly, interestingly enough in the asset management space. Where I really spent The first years of my career is an investment banker advising asset management companies on potential sales and public offerings, including the Black Rock. Let's stay with Meryl before we move forward to black rock cost. I want to talk about your transactions, especially some of the ones that really reshaped Wall Street on a bit. The 19 nineties were pretty wild. Go go time on Wall Street. What was the atmosphere like it? Merrill inched ID. Did people have a sense of how Unique that decade was or did it just seem business as usual. You know, when you're in it a decade like that, or really, now that you know, I've worked through multiple decades. When you're in it. You don't necessarily stand back and say this is a unique and all the following ways. You have a sense of it. You might observe some of them. But as you said, it was a very positive environment for the American economy. A zoo. You recall that I think Bill Clinton was president from 1992 to 2000. The time 2000 came. We had a balanced budget. We had tremendous growth in the in the country. Trade was growing all over the world and new countries were starting to enter the capitalist realm, including, you know, toward the end of that period, China started coming on the horizon. So it was, as you said, a very vibrant time in the United States and around the world from a economic standpoint. Barrel expanded into Europe about a company called Smith. New Chord expanded in Japan and Canada and many different places. We continue to build out the investment banking business, really Competing directly with the firms that have been successful in that farther back and longer, like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. So it was, as you say, with hindsight, a tremendous decades and even in it, you had the sense that this was a robust time and Maryland was a place that It was on the move and going in a very positive direction. Coming up. We continue our conversation with great Fleming, CEO of Rockefeller Capital.

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"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Master's in business. With very rich Hold on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest today is Greg Fleming. He is the founding CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management, which essentially is a re envisioning of the Rockefeller family office that has been around for Quite a long time. He comes to us from both senior positions, and Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, where he worked as an acclaimed investment banker. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you very much, Barry. It's great to be here. So I mentioned you. You began your career as an investment banker. I know you were Merrill Lynch in the 19 nineties. Tell us about that. What? What was Meryl like in that period? Actually, Barry, if we could back it up slightly before Merrill, I began my career. I graduated from law school in 1988. And I began my career at Booz Allen and Hamilton, a management consulting firm, and this is relevant to what happened as my current moved along. I always start with this. I spent about 4.5 years of Booz Allen as a management consultant. And those years were very important for me getting a broad introduction into businesses in different industries. How they work, three importance of leadership of a strategic vision and being able to marshal 18 behind the vision and get things executed. Did a tremendous amount of travel and food down and Hamilton the management consultants, particulars, you start to move along. Into senior. More senior positions are managing different engagements and projects in different parts of the world. So I did a lot of work in London and in Europe, Japan and South America and businesses and industries from financial services to consumer products to automotive on and the The training and the insight into the business world. Having not had a lot previously. I mean, then it lost. Going before that I college was a tremendous boost to my career, both in the short run in overtime when I got to Maryland and I'll get to that. And then even Morgan Stanley and throughout the rest of my career, I think that I was able to, uh, work successfully as an investment banker and then as a manager and leader of businesses. In great part because of that early exposure and training and booze down and Hamilton, How do you transition from consulting with one set of clients? To finance with a somewhat different set of clients. In some ways, it was It was pretty seamless transition in the sense that I was providing strategic Management advice to multiple clients at Booz Allen and Hamilton, and then I was also providing strategic Tactical in financial advice to clients as an investment banker. So I do think that that training helped me. To position myself more quickly to be able to counsel senior executives and CEOs. Whether I would do with deal of fire of them or where we recommending something and helping them to think through. What are the next steps in their businesses? So when I left, I left Booz Allen and late 1992 and joined Merrill Lynch. And, frankly, one of the reasons I left, Barry was because I wanted to get closer to the follow up the execution. You know. Eventually I went from being an investment banker and an advisor there two leading businesses, which I like the most, and I'll get to that. But when I when I went Tomo, who's Alan? When I went to Marilyn from Booz Allen? I have my thought was to get into a company and get closer to being able to actually see through the vision that you work with clients on as a management consultant, So Maryland and in the early nineties was a tremendous place it was taking off as an institutional firm. It had been a retail focus firm for decades. Really from its founding early in the 20th century. In the 19 nineties, they had done a series of acquisitions that has positioned them well to build an institutional business. I found the culture to be married Socratic. Performance based if you did well, you could move quickly. I joined in late 1992. I started more on the management side within municipal finance, helping run that business and then I moved to investment banking in the financial institutions Group. On. I started working directly with clients, particularly, interestingly enough in the asset management space. Where I really spent The first years of my career is an investment banker advising asset management companies on potential sales and public offerings, including the Black Rock. Let's stay with Meryl before we move forward to black rock, cause I want to talk about your transactions, especially some of the ones that really reshaped Wall Street on a bit. The 19 nineties were pretty wild. Go go time on Wall Street. What was the atmosphere like it? Merrill inched ID Did people have a sense of how Unique that decade was or did it just seem business as usual. You know, when you're in it a decade like that, or really, now that you know, I've worked through multiple decades. When you're in it. You don't necessarily stand back and say this is a unique and all the following ways. You have a sense of it. You might observe some of them. But as you said, it was a very positive environment for the American economy. Aziz you recall that I think Bill Clinton was president from 1992 to 2000. The time 2000 came. We had a balanced budget. We had tremendous growth in the cut in the country. Trade was growing all over the world and new countries were starting to enter the capitalist realm, including, you know, toward the end of that period, China started coming on the horizon. So it was, as you said, a very vibrant time in the United States and around the world from a economic standpoint. Barrel expanded into Europe about a company called Smith. New Chord expanded in Japan and Canada and many different places. We continue to build out the investment banking business, really Competing directly with the firms that had been successful in that farther back and longer, like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. So it was, as you say, with hindsight, a tremendous decade and even in it, you had the sense that this was a robust time and Maryland was a place that It was on the move and going in a very positive direction. Coming up. We continue our conversation with great Fleming, CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management.

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"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is master's in business with very riddles on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest today is red Fleming. He is the founding CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management, which essentially is a re envisioning Of the Rockefeller family office that has been around for quite a long time. He comes to us from both senior positions in Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, where he worked as an acclaimed investment banker. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you very much. Very. It's great to be here. So I mentioned you. You began your career as an investment banker. I know you were Merrill Lynch in the 19 nineties. Tell us about that. What? What was Meryl like in that period? Actually, Barry, if we could back it up slightly before Maryland, I began my career. I graduated from law school in 1988. I began my career at Booz Allen and Hamilton, they management consulting firm, and this is relevant to what happened as my career moved along. I always start with this. I spent about 4.5 years of Booz Allen as the management consultant. And those years were very important for me getting a broad introduction into businesses in different industries. How they work the importance of leadership of a strategic vision and being able to marshal 18 behind the vision and get things executed. Did a tremendous amount of travel and pulls out and Hamilton the management consultants, particulars, you start to move along. Into senior more senior positions are are managing different engagements and projects in different parts of the world. So I did a lot of work in London and in Europe, Japan and South America and businesses and industries from financial services to consumer products to automotive on and the The training and the insight into the business world. Having not had a lot previously. I mean, then it lost. Going before that I college was a tremendous boost to my career, both in the short run in overtime when I got to Maryland and I'll get to that. And then even Morgan Stanley and throughout the rest of my career, I think that I was able to, uh, work successfully is an investment banker and then as a manager and leader of businesses. In great part because of that early exposure and training and booze down and Hamilton, How do you transition from consulting with one set of clients? To finance with a somewhat different set of clients. In some ways, it was It was pretty seamless transition in the sense that I was providing strategic Management advice to multiple clients at Booz Allen and Hamilton, and then I was also providing strategic Tactical in financial advice to clients as an investment banker. So I do think that that training helped me. To position myself more quickly to be able to counsel senior executives and CEOs. Whether I would do a deal of fire of them or where we recommending something and helping them to think through. What are the next steps in their businesses? So when I left, I left booze, Allen and late 1992 and joined Merrill Lynch. And, frankly, one of the reasons I left, Barry was because I wanted to get closer to the follow up the execution. You know. Eventually I went from being an investment banker and an advisor there two leading businesses, which I like the most, and I'll get to that. But when I when I went Tomo, who's Alan? When I went to Marilyn from Booz Allen? I have my thought was to get into a company and get closer to being able to actually see through the vision that you work with clients on as a management consultant, So Maryland and in the early nineties was a tremendous place it was taking off as an institutional firm. It had been a retail focus firm for decades. Really from its founding early in the 20th century. In the 19 nineties, they had done a series of acquisitions that have positioned them well to build an institutional business. I found the culture to be married Socratic. Performance based if you did well, you could move quickly. I joined in late 1992. I started more on the management side within municipal finance, helping run that business and then I moved to investment banking in the financial institutions Group. On. I started working directly with clients, particularly, interestingly enough in the asset management space. Where I really spent The first years of my career is an investment banker advising asset management companies on potential sales and public offerings, including the Black Rock. Let's stay with Meryl before we move forward to black rock, cause I want to talk about your transactions, especially some of the ones that really reshaped Wall Street on a bit. The 19 nineties were pretty wild. Go go time on Wall Street. What was the atmosphere like it? Marilyn cheated. Did people have a sense of how Unique that decade was or did it just seem business as usual. You know, when you're in it a decade like that, or really, now that you know, I've worked through multiple decades. When you're in it. You don't necessarily stand back and say this is a unique and all the following ways. You have a sense of it. You might observe some of them. But as you said, it was a very positive environment for the American economy. Aziz you recall that I think Bill Clinton was president from 1992 to 2000. The time 2000 came. We had a balanced budget. We had tremendous growth in the cut in the country. Trade was growing all over the world and new countries were starting to enter the capitalist realm, including, you know, toward the end of that period, China started coming on the horizon. So it was, as you said, a very vibrant time in the United States and around the world from a economic standpoint. Barrel expanded into Europe about a company called Smith. New Chord expanded in Japan and Canada and many different places. We continue to build out the investment banking business, really Competing directly with the firms that had been successful in that farther back and longer, like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. So it was, as you say, with hindsight, a tremendous decade and even in it, you had the sense that this was a robust time and Maryland was a place that It was on the move and going in a very positive direction. Coming up. We continue our conversation with great Fleming,.

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"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

"As he lived as a spy now, he's you know now that he's kind of broke bad from being the Spy. He's being charged as a spy now too. So following the initial leaks snow Dead Leaves Hong Kong for Ecuador with a planned layover in Russia, and it I couldn't really find what his intention was here. But but I did find what happened so long upon arriving in Moscow. He becomes stranded after us authorities resend his passport. He spends the next month living in limbo in the transit airport Center. Did you guys know that did you know that he was actually stopped because of his passport in Russia. Yeah, this one I did actually know this one was one that I was that I was aware of and I remember reading about this about how he was basically being like he was kind of like just stuck just sitting there and they were trying to like extra extradite him and get him back and it was this whole thing and I remember it was like a really tense situation cuz I thought oh, they're going to get him and like they're going to punish him and everything else. But you know as I'm sure we're about to discuss that didn't happen. Right? Yeah. I think that that was definitely a concern of his obviously that's why he took off her Hong Kong after, you know, leaving Booz Allen Hamilton because he wanted to reveal the document somewhere where The US government wasn't going to be able to immediately find and get him. So yeah, I don't know. I I think that I didn't know that going in. I thought he kind of went to Russia. So he gets stranded there because of his passport his passport and on August 1st. He's granted temporary Asylum by Russian authorities as he considers application for permanent political Asylum Snowden took a comfortable life living with his wife and beautiful Hawaii making six figures and he set it on fire. Why did he do this whole be kind of already talked about this but I mean just to hammer the point home because he felt that what he had discovered needed to be known and that the United States government had violated the very constitution on which it's built. He felt a duty to tell the American people that they're very privacy is invaded daily and he stepped out of his comfortable life in exchange for a life on the run in September of 2025. Federal appeals court ruled that the NSA program that swept up details on billions of American phone calls was illegal and possibly unconstitutional a ruling that came seven years. years after the initial slowed Snowden leak, so after he Put this information out. You gotta think that he was probably considering it prior to even putting the information out. He probably knew about it a little while before that off. So then even after that even after his leakage took seven years and it's not like it's not like it's not still going on, you know if it happened in 2013. So 2020 yet? 2020 right? Correct. So yeah. So when did that so this is very very very very very recently extremely recent. Interesting. Yeah, and I think I'm going to kind of get my final opinions on on this thing here. I think that this right here..

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"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Yeah, so Snowden explained that the leak shows that government officials both elected and unelected work together to undermine the rights of American people to give themselves expanded powers. And that's the kind of a quote that he says on almost everything that he's on which I think is a good assessment of this and when I say that these were kind of the hot points there's a lot of hot points from these documents, but there's ten thousand documents. So I kind of hate and pick, you know, I picked the ones I thought were the most Jarring, if you will so the the original program started under the Bush Administration it would it it was approved shortly after the September eleventh attacks. So they they probably went into it with good intentions, obviously because we you know, we just got a the probably the country's biggest Sucker Punch and we're looking for someone to blame and we're looking for ways to stop it from ever happening again, which is Which is understandable, but the government and even the bad governments throughout the the world China Russia. They always say that they're trying to keep their citizens same with this stuff that they do that's always the excuse that they use, right? Yeah, definitely. So, you know, I think that that that excuse kind of doesn't carry over in the numbers. You can look the numbers up. They're just they're just not there for everything that this program was doing the the bad was not outweighed by The Good by any stretch of the imagination. So on June eleventh Snowden is fired from Booz Allen Hamilton obviously company company said quote news reports that this individual has claimed to had leaked classified information are shocking and if accurate this action represents a grave violation of the code of conduct and core values of our firm. So that's not too shocking of a revelation there that he gets fired from booze animal. I may not know. I think that was pretty it inevitable, right so so but yeah, I mean it's definitely inevitable for sure because I mean he's stealing stuff and he's releasing stuff that this government contractor is supposed to be or not to be releasing. So it's it's a no-brainer. So he's eventually charged with theft unauthorized communication of National Defense information as well as willing or willful indication of classified Communications intelligence information to an unauthorized person. And those last two charges are from the 1917 Espionage Act wage. So.

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"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Earlier Alex when I said about will get to a point where his how charismatic he is will come to play. This is kind of it. So this came from an anonymous source and Snowden actually long has denied this at least once that this ever happened take it for what it is. But the anonymous source said that he began persuading his co-workers to give their login credentials by telling them that they he needed them to do his job. So this allowed him to to gain greater access to the nsa's computer system by getting these passwords and off and that stuff and and like I said, he disputed that he said that he never stole any passwords or tricked anyone into revealing any of their login credentials, but I mean, I kind of feel like some of the documents that he had he wouldn't have access to At just being the you know, whatever infrastructure analyst or whatever but and I mean honestly, the other thing to consider to is that Booz Allen Hamilton jobs is way more access to government files and things like that than than a lot of places do it's not too far off from what's the what's the song? I'll think of the company name in a minute, but it's it's they're pretty high level clearance. So, you know anybody that he would get the logins from the files that he could gain access to would likely be a lot more inflammatory a lot more secret than maybe what he would have gotten that Dell which is just doing computer systems. Not necessarily everything that Booz Allen Hamilton would do Right. Yeah, so so I wondered if it was just somebody was supposed to be keeping track of people getting documents off the server or looking at stuff. They're not supposed to Thursday because he's a sysadmin he's able to open the file without leaving any sort of electronic Trace so that I'm sure is not how it is anymore. But while he was there, that's how it was. So he starts downloading these things to thumb drives and Some drives were strictly prohibited by most staff, but the admins could argue that they needed to repair or corrupted user profile and needed a backup or had some need for it allows, you know didn't have them in his possession which I thought was actually kind of interesting too and the the company I was thinking of just to you know, real time follow up right in the middle of the podcast Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman were the ones I was thinking of a game and Raytheon actually as well though, like companies like that. And then also Booz Allen Hamilton just have this higher-level access and him being a sysadmin. He's going to have the highest level access he could possibly happen because you know when you work in it or as an administrator on a network or on a system like that, you're going to have the ability without being questioned to do things that maybe someone else can't do like carry around a flash drive that you can plug into computers that's you know approved to do that. You know, that's just not going to happen for the average employee of that company. Right? Right. Yeah, absolutely and I thought that was kind of like Really cool. I don't know. It just thought it was cool that he was he was like the only one allowed to have the thumb drive. He would actually remotely get into the NSA server from home which is in a different time zone..

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"booz allen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"booz allen" Discussed on WTOP

"Going on Jeff? Big selloff today After weeks of records, traders air selling off but I was down 827 points. It was down 1000 points earlier this afternoon. Yes and P 500 Index is down 128. That's 3.5%. The NASDAQ is down 608 points of 5% loss that NASDAQ has closed it multiple record eyes in the last three weeks. Weekly filings for unemployment benefits fell below one million for the first time in three weeks. Last week, it's still totaled 881,000 new filings for unemployment benefits in D. C and Maryland continued to fall, though they were little changed in Virginia. Forbes new list of best employers for women. Thanks. Montgomery County public schools highest locally. Four employers in the DC area made the top 100, including S, A. I. C Booz Allen, Hamilton and Marriott, the rankings air based on pay, advancement opportunities and the number of women executives or administrators. Jeff Global W T O P News. Alright Jeff. Thanks We continue to have a tornado warning in effect for South Central Carroll County, northwestern Howard County in east central Frederick County until 4 15. We've got strong weather around the Mount airy, whether Mount airy area right now we'll have the latest coming up next. It's 3 56 years Tony towns with Lee, president US regulated industries at Microsoft. Our government customers need groundbreaking, transformative.

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The Unemployment Rate Is Probably Around 13 Percent

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

The Unemployment Rate Is Probably Around 13 Percent

"Seven hundred one thousand jobs lost according to the labor department last month the unemployment rate up to four point four percent the data covers only the first half of March so the numbers are worse the claim based Booz Allen Hamilton is setting aside one hundred million dollars to cover employee expenses and covert nineteen needs for its partners in the communities where it has a presence Booz Allen is also guaranteeing job security through July first it is

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"booz allen" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"And whether it's a handsome picture of mark team i see i see the hackett in there yeah but the yeah between you mark and stephen and and all the great work you're doing the saint jude i feel like those hackett brothers they're doing good for the world hope so yeah hopefully hopefully history looks back looks back kindly on us we'll we'll see so is there any other links we should share other than like what is your instagram hammond twitter accounts we should at least put that out there as well yes on twitter and instagram where at obese silence so shortens operation burbs is just obese silence on facebook you can just search operation broken silence and we'll be the first thing that comes up on there but yeah we love for for anyone follow us online and join our story story as we as we move ahead and and gang i know the magpie uses audience size if you're at all just go sign up for his instagram i would love for our i showed double their instagram count that'd be awesome that would be awesome when something about sudan in a way doesn't cost you anything go sign up for a mark thanks so much i please keep us posted on everything you're doing and and i love hearing those stories about four days without power man that's pretty impressive present i don't think i blast yeah it's it's one of those things where when you're in it it's like well this is the way it is and just got to muddle along long until until i see a wall socket again you know i'm an earthquake country so we do have like water and so we we've kind of taken some steps and i feel like i'm okay but i just feel like if i had a four day test i'd probably fail miserably so we are the power users thank queue to our sponsors today one password jam health q. and booz allen you can find us over on relay dot FM slash NPR do make sure to sign up for the newsletter the subscriber subscriber count keeps going up it's a great way to get all the links everything when the show publishes right here mailbox and we will see you next week.

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"booz allen" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"And whether it's a handsome picture of mark team i see i see the hackett in there yeah but the yeah between you mark and stephen and and all the great work you're doing the saint jude i feel like those hackett brothers they're doing good for the world hope so yeah hopefully hopefully history looks back looks back kindly on us we'll we'll see so is there any other links we should share other than like what is your instagram hammond twitter accounts we should at least put that out there as well yes on twitter and instagram where at obese silence so shortens operation burbs is just obese silence on facebook you can just search operation broken silence and we'll be the first thing that comes up on there but yeah we love for for anyone follow us online and join our story story as we as we move ahead and and gang i know the magpie uses audience size if you're at all just go sign up for his instagram i would love for our i showed double their instagram count that'd be awesome that would be awesome when something about sudan in a way doesn't cost you anything go sign up for a mark thanks so much i please keep us posted on everything you're doing and and i love hearing those stories about four days without power man that's pretty impressive present i don't think i blast yeah it's it's one of those things where when you're in it it's like well this is the way it is and just got to muddle along long until until i see a wall socket again you know i'm an earthquake country so we do have like water and so we we've kind of taken some steps and i feel like i'm okay but i just feel like if i had a four day test i'd probably fail miserably so we are the power users thank queue to our sponsors today one password jam health q. and booz allen you can find us over on relay dot FM slash NPR do make sure to sign up for the newsletter the subscriber subscriber count keeps going up it's a great way to get all the links everything when the show publishes right here mailbox and we will see you next week.

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"booz allen" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on No Agenda

"Weapons lows weapons labs funded by darpa the air force and why have why haven't we put into place a proper people management progress. I want you to go back because i don't think people understand these reports. These reports of essentially declassified reports that showed that the three hundred thousand some students are here on student visas right and the ten thousand contractors that we have the weapons labs that you know up to. I think it's two thirds could be intelligence. Intelligence assets in some percentage our intelligence officers and they're working in our labs. They're working our leads. This weapons is funded by our government. This is political correctness and greed and avarice writ large. How did second time we've i writ large on this show is not interesting. Marshall mcluhan news that in one of his said writ large <unk>. We don't use what what does this mean it means it means to an extreme and greed and avarice writ large how did contractors and let's call call them at booz allen and all these contractors had of these contracts on these big government programs get so many chinese nationals working in our weapons labs are weapons. Labs are at the cutting edge of national security. How did it happen and so this has got to be done right away. I don't know why it's been a huge bone of contention inside the administration. The political correctness of it all stephen financial times of london leaked the other day the.

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"booz allen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"June twenty fifth that'll go there and also go out onto every podcasting app across the internet. And if you aren't listening to us via one of those replace. Thank you very much. Let us know on Facebook or Twitter what you like about the program. What she would like to see new from it thoughts and feedback we've been on the air here now for almost three years, my show notes say this episode number one hundred forty three as we go through this, this conversation today for those listen. Live levin. News, traffic and weather update here coming at the bottom of the hour. And for those of the podcasts, we'll skip that because the history of the news, traffic and weather is not so useful to you in the future. So Bob, thank you for joining us. And for those that are in the military kind of cyberspace in the federal government work with the federal government. Will certainly be familiar with booze, Allen Hamilton, but those not in that market. This may be the first time they're kind of hearing about your, your company. So a little bit of just background on those Allen, and how everything came about and how you guys got here in San Antonio. Yeah, absolutely. So yeah, you're right. A lot of people who don't work with the military view us as a law firm, and we're not allowed firm, where a government consulting firm for the most part, Booz Allen Hamilton has been around for one hundred and three years, which is really remarkable. When you think of the firms of common gone and used to be household, names aren't around anymore. We were actually founded by veteran around more one and the firm has been traditionally known as a management consulting firm, but for seventy five years, we've been serving the department of defense. In that, that crosses a lot of areas department of defense. We also support the federal government we do have a commercial business. We also have an international business San Antonio. We've been here since really before nineteen ninety and it centered around a civil engineering related business. With with the government client at the time, and then it rapidly expanded post nine one nine eleven. And really kind of expanded into a lot of various cyber being one of those, but here locally, we have around six hundred staff and we do sports cyber clients. We sport civil engineering clients with support health clients, we support intelligence clients, and then kind of operational clients with readiness and those kinds of things. So it's a pretty broad business, but very focused on the department of defense. And, and the biggest part of that is cyber. Yeah. And so you, you have an office downtown, and then as well. I've seen your logo on a building out port San Antonio on the west side of town. That's correct. So the former Kelly air force base. Now, the port of San Antonio. We do have an office there. And we also have the west and center, we know are going to be on three floors, not three full floors, but yeah, we're expanding in the in the western center, so two locations, and then we have staff embedded. At various installations around the city. Yeah. So if you're, you're interested in working inside proba bet you guys are also hiring. Yes. Absolutely. We've got right now. We have about two hundred staff locally doing cyber, but if you really look at the firm at large, it's, it's well over four thousand people who are doing cyber and cyber related work. And one of the beautiful things about Booz Allen. You might hire in San Antonio or be interested in a job here. But you also might be interested in moving to other locations. And we very much have a an operating model that allows that and we have staff that move around in the firm and can access different types of clients in different type work. Yeah. Now for, for those that might be listening to this program, wishing that you could move back to San Antonio. You could hire on and had this direction as well. Absolutely. If you have the cyber skills. So if you wanted to learn a little bit more about port San Antonio. If you have not heard about that check out our archives and replays out there on your favorite pod. Casting service. We've had on Jim purse Bach who's the CEO of the port as well as we'll Garrett who heads up. A lot of the cybersecurity development now out there for the port in the program talking about all sorts of things going. It's not a shipping port. It used to be an airport, and airfield and now it's becoming a cybersecurity hub for many of the firms. Like Bob's in our guest today, where they're working with that twenty fourth and twenty fifth air force all the stuff used to try to be secret, but even the cyber security, folks, have realized can't keep everything secret anymore. It was interesting. You, you mentioned a lot of folks may not know, Booz Allen Hamilton. There was a time when we really kind of wanted to be in the shadows, a little more and really didn't brand our firm and. You mentioned Jim over at the port and we met with Jim just last week. So we very much now more brand the firm and want people to know what we do, and how we do it, and how we're different. So, yeah. In it's one where the these days, people won't understand the company they're working for. They want to understand the history of the values the integrity, and, and not only do people want to understand that they're going to choose to come work for you. But clients that are going to hire you care about that stuff as well. And this is where looking through some of the notes and prep work for the show. I mean, I think this is one of the big reasons you guys are in San Antonio. Is that we've we have a very modern cultural workforce here? If you compare it to many other cities across the US, they're gonna look like San Antonio, twenty or thirty years from now, but we're from a diversity perspective. Well ahead of where other markets are at. Yeah. Absolutely. And I would just tell you, not there is a culture fit between Booz Allen and San Antonio and the milk. -tary. Military city USA. A lot of us are here for a reason, right? My father was an army artillery officer he retired at fort Sam. So this is home and a lot of our staff, thirty percent of our staff, or military veterans and their interested in giving back and continuing to support the mission of the United States. I agree with you. I see San Antonio, has evolved over the years, it was, you know, there was a time when we were heavily just military heavily on the travelers in the tourism convention hosting. Absolutely. And then the medical center, I think that San Antonio is being transformed, and I see what's going on at UTSA, Texas AM trinity. Saint Mary all the local universities, along with the port along with the national security collaboration center along with what industries bringing the San Antonio. And it's as a as a guy who wants to finish my career and live in San Antonio for the rest of my life. It's exciting to see. I think just. Yeah. Lots of expansion of, of missions here on the defense side of things and then in the private sector, lots of growth and expansion of our tech district and tech companies now headquartered here tech companies looking to expand in. In an open up offices here. We're seeing Facebook collaborating with universities here on cybersecurity research. We're seeing with the national security collaboration center that UTSA setting up tons, and tons of folks collaborating there. And I think with UTSA celebrating their fiftieth birthday. They're well on their way to the kind of that tier one research university status which will then unlock more research dollars and really as we look at the next fifty years of UTSA with the downtown campus expansion, the school of data science opening. We're going to see lots of interesting things happening in the San Antonio market over the long run. So with with those Allen coming here in the nineties. I guess serving a specific client that asks you to open up an office here at this point in time. Or did you see the company see some opportunity in this market that far back? Yeah. That obviously preceded me. I joined the firm in two thousand one but I do know the history and. So, so Booz Allen won a large contract with a government client that doesn't exist anymore. It's transformed into another client, but the air force center for environmental excellence, won a large contract, therefore, open an office and started delivering here so that became kind of the cornerstone around which the presence would built was built, but it was really post nine eleven when the this environment transform for us. And we started to bring I'd say the best of Booz Allen in, and it was a recognition again, military city USA, which may be heading Brent been branded that way, outside of San Antonio for a long time, and it started to get on the map, and we started to grow kind of our presence here in San Antonio. We started to really move into other areas like cyber like data sciences like health, and that kind of got the attention of our firm's leadership, and they. They started to come down here and take a look at what we were doing. And they started to understand what this environment is like in San Antonio. What what's interesting to me is so many of the government clients here have worldwide missions, so they may be located here, but they have missions that span the globe. Yeah. And because of that, it's an enticing place to be in the work is interesting. It's cutting edge. It's, it's certainly not mundane now. And I think this is, it's a good of you to say that as I fulfil many folks think that the they have what I would consider a twenty year old view of San Antonio. That really just boring back office stuff is going on here. Someone's maintaining someone's four trainer Cobol app on a government mainframe somewhere and a military mainframe somewhere, that's tracking bolt counting parts for airplane, maintenance or something. And that's not the type of stuff that's going. On here for for those that want to go through the process of either getting a degree at one of our universities, that have the NSA DHS center of excellence. So they can go through it start working on their clearance. Then or get to work for a firm like Booz Allen, where you'll go through that process. I think you'll see on the other side of that clearance wall. There's lots of really interesting stuff going on in the San Antonio market. Yeah. As he said, serving customers that have a global mission, not just a mission to maintain subtle legacy code up here in the long run. I think that's exactly right. I think not only our clients, but we are focused on the future. Right. It's it's innovation. It's not turning the crank it's, it's figuring out the next big way to do something. And it's important, right? These are, this is our country. We're talking about in the safety and security of our country and being whether you're whether you're on the lines supporting the war fighter or your supporting. And in my case, the facility infrastructure all of ties together. It's all intertwined in the more money you can save on the say the back end on overhead processes, the more you can invest in the war fighter in the front lines of cyber cyber security cyber attacks defense. So it all intertwines but, but at its core if you're not innovating and changing the game you shouldn't be in the game. Yeah. So how did you say you said you joined Booz Allen in two thousand and one so as you were going through this is always for the younger listeners in our audience? And we have I think a good number of them as we talk about cyber patriot. And entrepreneurship in cybersecurity education, the program quite a bit would like to share with them for folks where we have a senior at season executives like you. How did you? You get to where you are today. Yeah. Yeah. So I was a. Again, I my dad retired here in San Antonio. So I started the fifth grade here..

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"booz allen" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Z104

"Seven now, are any of these events, annual events, all of them are a little bit festive events. It's, it's based on a lottery but we always do harvests and so, but Latino music fest is different for us here. So I'm really excited and even the reached survivor challenge. The reach survivor challenge is an annual event. This'll be our sixteenth year. Okay. Having the survivor challenge, and we have a lot of corporations, who come back to defend their title, and, and so they makes it fun. It does. How can local companies or groups participate in the survivor challenge? They can contact us the our website we do have a portion of our website devoted just four survivor Jones. So if corporations, it's not too late to, to sign up a team. But you can go to our website. Also, we have a survivor challenge page, who are some of the corporations, that are participating this year. This, this year, we have Booz Allen Hamilton who they come every single year to defend their, the defend their name. And we've got the wards corner lions, which is a civic group in Norfolk. We've got a QVC QVC's coming again. They're really great supporter of ours. We've got portfolio recovery associates based out of Hampton roads office. They've got two teams coming in this year. And we have a titan America, which is tighten America's a pretty big team. And and you're still accepting team. So you're still accept teams again. They could just visit your website and you have a page into that. Now describe some of the obstacles that competitors can look forward to this year. Well, I don't want to give away all of our Oliver obstacles, you know, and have people research, some of them. All the obstacles are set up to be able to accommodate every every athletic ability. You don't need it. You don't need to be like a triathlon participate survivor challenge. It's really set up for, for everybody, because most of the obstacles are something you have to think about because what we do is we create the obstacles. So that teams have to complete them as a team so that they're more team building activities than they are than they are physical, visiting running, and there is some related, but not very much. But we do have for instance we have one game that I can give away because it's not really strategic. It is. But the game of throws we call it clever. Yeah. So yes, we have the game of throws in. It's a kind of a balloon toss back and forth in K. So that's, that's probably one of our most popular games, because we try to come up with games that will cool. You. Off as you're getting hot lately. That's great. Now the reached survivor challenge again when is it happening is happening this here on June. The twenty ninth and teams start arriving at nine o'clock in the morning. And we usually have lunch in trophy presentation around one and where's the event held? Again, Virginia was leeann, and that's here in Virginia Beach. Yep. Now, if someone is unable to compete, what are other ways people can get involved, well into our challenge? We always need volunteers. We need volunteers to help us run our obstacles, no experience necessary. We'll train onsite. We always need just general hands on people to help us set up the event breakdown, the event and just kind of make sure that the event is a whole is running smoothly..

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"booz allen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pickup. Up bird died when he hit a curb and was decaffeinated. Furred sister Clara Taylor says king refused to acknowledge her presence as he was strapped onto the gurney peso interest to trial his saved those Sean no Epson him fish out Jucker, and dine was kind of bored than a trial to it. Same attitude to me another white man was executed for the crime eight years ago. A third is serving life in prison Virginia based Booz Allen Hamilton today announced it will expand its tech and cybersecurity operations in San Antonio, adding two hundred and fifty high wage tech jobs downtown those Allen has been a management consulting firm for decades, and it's moving aggressively into computer security. There's Allen is also one of the country's top firms for recruiting veterans bear county has dried out pretty well from yesterday's rains and today, not many roads are closed. There are only one low water crossing that remains barricaded the rains delay the repair that sinkhole on highway ninety in all westbound main lanes remain closed between Luke for ten and. Hutt lane. The Texas Senate has approved allowing school marshalls to openly carry firearms on school grounds. Just like school police do currently marshals who are school employees like teachers and coaches who get extra training have to store their handguns in a safe or lock box. The Senate Bill which now goes to the house allow school boards to make the decision on whether they're marshals can openly carry on new measure being debated in legislature would require that the state land office the Texas historical commission and the daughters of the Republic of Texas. Sign off on any attempt to move that Senator Jeff off of Alamo plaza state Senator Donna Campbell's, the sponsor. They feared a sacrifice is a work of art commission. Back in nineteen thirty six members. I do urge your support for this Texas treasure and ask you to remember.

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"booz allen" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Denis Cosgrove is a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, and he shares his views on what direction automotive automation is headed with changing. Now is the level of connectedness that's coming into the vehicle and what that enables and at the same time Thomas feature. So we hear a lot about. So there's a future of fool autonomy. But there are significant milestones on the way around Trevor assistance Clinton aboard another autonomous teachers that are important the industry. There's an interesting era that we're going to enter where there's gonna be a mix of vehicles and capabilities on the road, and the drivers are going to have to remind themselves depending on what vehicle there in that. They don't have no blind. Side assistance writer, they don't have lane assist or other items that they might be used to another vehicles. And in a way, that's a an analogy. Also for where the auto industry finds itself technology, and securing that technology is that there's a lot of current capability. There's also legacy systems on the road. And then there's the goals that are in the design early stages of production. Now that that are even more advanced somehow they need to not only present that as a coherent product to customers. But then also figure out the right way to to secure that range of technology that they have responsibility for. Interesting to me that you know, the sort of I guess what I would describe as leading edge vulnerabilities grab headlines people's ability to to shut down a car or remotely control it steering or shifted into a different gear something like that. But I mean beyond that, what do you think are the actual real world concerns that people will have day to day as these vehicles, become more and more automated. I think one of the challenges we've had in the vehicle cybersecurity conversation is that usually starts some late may describing cars being hacked in fridges or spontaneously combusting some other day scenario in reality. And it's a little bit counterintuitive, but the more that the vehicle of all looks less like traditional car, the more that we are passive passengers in increasingly autonomous vehicles, the more the security scenario, and parents look like conventional. Issues. What being by that is, you know, a lot of times think about autonomy coming advancing, and we consider things like spoofing GPS or or road signs. So the sensor misreads them that all kind of make sense when you're thinking about new features. But what else Tommy actually does has you sit in the ical and buy things, right? So payment processing, it keeps a log of where you've been where you're going. You're pattern of life. It may be part of how messaging information sort of lease you, and and and comes into out of the vehicle may have you know, microphones will have microphones in the vehicle that that could potentially be vulnerable. These are more like the normal things that we we worry about payment information privacy concerns inside security, and so Altana me is going to change the landscape in automotive in a way to actually bring it more into the mainstream from a security perspective. That's Denis Cosgrove from Booz Allen Hamilton. So you think it's just the good guys who are working hard to get that notoriously scarce, cyber security talent think again, the skids over at the dark overlord who rose to a certain cheap level of fame by leaking spoilers to orange is the new black went on a recruiting.

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"booz allen" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

The ROI Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

"And how we would love to hear from you send us an Email to ROI pod. That's our P O D at UP y dot EDU because I can guarantee there are other leaders facing the same challenges or those of us who are just simply. Need some courage? So on today's show we are sitting down for a one on one interview with a strong leader who trains and consults top level executives. Her name is Emily Burma's. And she is the CEO and founder of Emily, Burma's and associates and executive coaching company who's trained executive teams at discover ally lily and other fortune one hundred companies, so Emily, thank you so much for taking some time to be on our show today. And I want to start by having you take us back before you started your organization and tell us how you found consulting to be your quote, unquote, sweet spot. Yeah. It was sort of accidental actually. So I was at pretty Fort Wayne for twelve years, and in that time, I got off the research track research, really depressed, me, frankly, you put a lot of work into studying a problem. That's really sad. And you never know if any of the information that you develop helps anybody, and so you're spending a lot of time studying the. Problem and no time saying if it makes a difference. So I found it really not very fun. And so I got off the research track and went onto the administration tracks, I ran a large program had about forty instructors that reported to me about twenty five hundred students this semester, taking the course today directed, and I found that to be really much more fun. But because I wasn't on the research track. I went onto the consulting track. And quite by accident. Someone called the university and asked you know, they had a problem they need someone to solve the university of pointing them to me I went in and didn't organizational assessment, and I just was on fire about it. I had so much fun doing it. And so or just organically over time my consulting practice grew. And at some point, you know, you've got a full-time practice consulting. And you've got a fulltime job at the university. And at some point you just have to say, I can't do more than this. And you just have to make the leap. So I made the leap to consult fulltime when the economy was tanking. I thought great time to just. The leap and I did. And it's it's been really really great had a really scary year. And there for sure, but the business took off in it's been it's been really wonderful since then as we talk about these difficulties that us leaders face day in and day out as a female leader in a predominantly male driven business culture talk about the difficulties you faced early on how you pushed through. Yeah. So. And I fell into this a little bit, right? I mean, I just started dabbling in consulting and just happened to love it. And because I live in a pretty small market. It's not like I go work for Booz Allen, right? I was qualified maybe. But I can't just pick up my family and move. So so I had to invent a firm build a firm in order to do what I want to do. But it was never my goal to be an entrepreneur. It was never my goal to own a business. It was never even my goal to be in business ballerina. So my life's a huge disappointment. But I think you know, the philosophy that I embrace, and I feel like it's a philosophy that women's sort of have to embrace that you have to just make yourself. Wildly uncomfortable every day because women more than men, and I haven't done this research. But I've I've read it often enough, you know, if females have four of five job qualifications. They won't apply. Four or five. If men have one out of five qualifications. They apply and they're mad if they don't get it. So I don't know if this is nature or nurture someone smarter than me is going to have to figure that out but females will themselves back because they're too timid about taking risk in general. There are certainly exceptions. But in general, and so I feel like my personal recipe has been if it scares me I'm going to say, yes..

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"booz allen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"booz allen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"There's a picture we could make sure but prime rib stuff dollars in the MARTINI. Just fantastic third time doesn't leave me into one of my resolutions. Because there was a lot of indulgence. We were doing we were traveling end or drinking almost every day of our vacation. 'cause we're, you know, we're Booz Allen just something to celebrate. Or some party or something we went to the the next day went to the Newport Beach. Bo parade both to do around Newport Beach where the boats go they all decked out all Christmas. Licensed did the marina del Rey once so fun. It's awesome. It was so much fun. Tessa was so excited because we had another couple friend down with two little kids and. She's totally skipped or now just to exciting to too much going on by the time by the time the boat. Prates started Tessa could not be moved. She she was hit fallen asleep and could not be. She was like hunt solo and carbonite look picture right there for her arms. Looks knocked out on the football. Yeah. Armed don't try to move or call the journey. We tried to move her. She wouldn't we go lighter down on the wagon and just rolled around. We enjoyed the boat parade and she did not. And then the next day was John legend concert went to the John legend Christmas concert downtown. It was it was such a such a great show. I've never seen him before. I could imagine. The guy's incredible talent is he did a few songs solo just on the piano did a few songs with the full band of singers horn section this tickets Christie's moms Christmas gift and so her parents and Christie went to. I ever went with their fucking in stuff. I know I just pay a wire paver. We don't go to y. Paid for dinner. We Flemings beforehand got recognized by fan. But I didn't know it until later when he tweeted me was like, hey Fleming. Mcgimpsey I next time. That's yeah. By all means a drink in your face. You say not family, and then we did our Christmas Eve got the picture of the video off of. I sent you. A check this out with a Christmas Eve we made cookies for Santa with Tessa because he's just coming online just enough to where she is like getting into like making cookies and have put up for Santa, and she's decorating and how many scientists cookies cheat not very many. She had a lot of a lot of frosting. The lot of frosting. But she's like just coming online. Now. It's nice. It's awesome. And the best one. This is I realize now this is she's putting dousing your frosting. I realize now this is a special time for me and also for her because she's that age now where number one we can re wrap birthday presents and give them to it for Christmas, which we did. And she. Yes, she loves it. Well, she's two and three months so good election, and we can shop right in front of her. We take her to the store. That's a great shirt. I'll just put that away for Christmas. Santa question for you, guys. This is a big win this year. Sorry to interrupt. But this curious when your kids were little Adam and for you, I guess now and the next year or two do you tell them that all of their presence are from Santa? No, I think. Kind of. I think we did. And then we once while ago that one's runkel..

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