Press Release

Booz-Allen & Hamilton Partners with Space Foundation

By SpaceRef Editor
September 6, 2001
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International consulting firm is non-
profit’s newest corporate partner

Booz-Allen & Hamilton has confirmed its role in
supporting the Space Foundation as a corporate
partner. “We look forward to strengthening an
already well-established relationship with Booz-
Allen & Hamilton,” said Elliot G. Pulham, Space
Foundation President and Chief Executive
Officer. “Retired Air Force Gen. Thomas S.
Moorman, Jr. [senior partner in Booz-Allen’s
Washington office] has been contributing to the
Foundation mission since 1997 as a valued member
of our board of directors, and the company’s
space practice is very much involved in some of
our activities,” added Pulham.

Booz-Allen, a global leader in management and
technology consulting, provides services to
major international corporations and government
clients around the world. The Colorado Springs
office, led by Glen Bruels, is the lead office
for the firm’s international space practice.
For more information on Booz-Allen visit

The Space Foundation is one of the world’s
leading space organizations, supporting industry
leaders, space professionals, and educators in
their efforts to promote all facets of space –
commercial, national security, and civil. The
Foundation hosts the National Space Symposium,
which is recognized around the world as the
premier U.S. space policy forum. Their
International Space Symposium is quickly gaining
similar acclaim. The global space conference,
“Where Space Means Business,” is built around
two and a half days of in-depth discussion,
networking and deal-making by a select group of
space industry leaders that includes CEO’s,
heads of agencies, financiers, managers,
underwriters, customers and regulators. The
2001 International Space Symposium will be held
at the Reagan International Trade Center in
Washington on October 29 – 31, 2001.

For a complete listing of Foundation corporate
supporters or more information on Space
Foundation programs, visit HYPERLINK or call 1-800-691-
4000 (toll free in the U.S. and Canada) or 719-

SpaceRef staff editor.