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Mark Herman

Executive Vice President Mark Herman, a Booz Allen Hamilton Executive Vice President based in Rockville, Maryland, leads the Value from Data initiative in the firm’s Strategic Innovation Group. A leader in the firm’s modeling, simulation, wargaming, and analysis work, he has more than 30 years of experience designing and developing wargames on a variety of strategic and boardroom topics for the US Department of Defense and Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Herman is a leader in the development of wargame and simulation methodologies emphasizing strategic planning, the development of measures of effectiveness, and economic analysis.
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Op-Ed: How Do You Improve Federal Operations? Mix Cloud and Big Data Analytics

May 27, 2013 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Medicare is estimated to lose as much as $60 billion a year to fraud. The criminals are frustratingly hard to find though, given the sophisticated tactics they use to manipulate forms and reports. While clues to their identity are buried deep in oceans of information, a recent analysis of healthcare...

Wargaming Without the War

September 1, 2009 Crisis planners from all walks of leadership have much to learn from the military's ancient art. Wargaming is an ancient art dating back thousands of years and thousands conflicts. Some of the earliest known writings on wargames are attributed to Sun Tzu, the Chinese military philosopher who wrote The Art...

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