It’s that clear – and that critical. Every day, every Booz Allen staff member puts ethics first. As an institution and as individuals, corporate governance and business ethics define our way of life.
It’s that way today and was in 1914 when our firm was founded. Many decades ago, Booz Allen Hamilton was one of the first organizations in the United States to adopt a formal code of business ethics. Particular sections have evolved over the years reflecting new laws and regulations as well as technology developments, however our Core Values – the fundamental precepts that define Booz Allen – are enduring.
|Corporate Governance Guidelines||= link to PDF|
|Corporate Governance Guidelines||101.1 KB|
|Code of Ethics||= link to PDF|
|Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Green Book)||1.6 MB|
|Senior Financial Code of Ethics||30.5 KB|
|Committee Charters and Composition||= link to PDF|
|Executive Committee Charter||19.8 KB|
|Audit Committee Charter||40.4 KB|
|Compensation Committee Charter||29.3 KB|
|Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee Charter||25.7 KB|
|By-Laws||= link to PDF|
The Executive Committee, Audit Committee, Compensation Committee, and Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee are the standing committees of the Board of Directors. The chart below sets forth Booz Allen’s Board of Directors composition and committee membership information. Please click here to view member profiles and learn more about our Board of Directors.
|Executive||Audit||Compensation||Nominating and Governance|
|Dr. Ralph W. Shrader|
|Joan Lordi C. Amble|
|Allan M. Holt|
|Arthur E. Johnson|
|Philip A. Odeen|
|Charles O. Rossotti|
|Samuel R. Strickland|
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