the Middle East and North Africa region, where it sees demand for its services, including data analytics, cyber defense diagnostics, mission assurance and risk management, strategy transformation, and program management. Its primary client base is in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait. The company has expanded its offices into Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar, and sees growth opportunities in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Turkey. Business Strategy The company’s business strategy focuses on the proactive development, scaling, and delivery of market relevant capabilities to meet the needs of its clients and primarily would meet the needs of its clients in the future. Its growth strategy is to realize growth opportunities across its addressable market; capitalize on its differentiated capabilities in areas with growth potential; and invest in innovation and opportunities for long-term growth. Patents and Proprietary Information The company’s primary trademark is the ‘Booz Allen Hamilton’ mark registered in the United States and certain foreign countries. It has four registered trademarks related to its name and logo with the earliest renewal in March 2020. Under a branding agreement entered in connection with the acquisition, Booz & Company is granted a perpetual, exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to use ‘Booz’ as a name and mark other than with ‘Allen’ or ‘Hamilton’ and certain other words associated with its business in connection with certain activities. Regulation The laws and regulations that affect the company include the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and agency regulations supplemental to the Federal Acquisition Regulation, which regulate the formation, administration, and performance of the U.S. government contracts; the False Claims Act and False Statements Act; the Truth in Negotiations Act; the Procurement Integrity Act; post government employment laws and regulations; laws, regulations, and executive orders restricting the use and dissemination of information classified for national security purposes; laws, regulations, and executive orders regulating the handling, use, and dissemination of personally identifiable information in the course of performing a U.S. government contract; laws, regulations, and executive orders governing organizational conflicts of interest that might restrict its ability to compete for certain U.S. government contracts; laws, regulations, and executive orders that impose requirements on the company to ensure compliance with requirements and protect the government from risk related to its supply chain; the Contractor Business Systems rule, which authorizes Department of Defense clients to withhold a portion of its payments; and the Cost Accounting Standards and Cost Principles. Competition The company’s major competitors include CACI International, Inc.; L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.; ManTech International Corp.; SRA International, Inc.; TASC Inc.; General Dynamics Corp.; Lockheed Martin Corp.; Northrop Grumman Corp.; Raytheon Co.; Accenture; Computer Sciences Corp.; Deloitte Consulting LLP; Leidos; and SAIC, Inc. History Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation was founded in 1914 by Edwin Booz.
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