Jason Fickett is now a leader of Booz Allen’s national cyber strategy. As a cyber executive with more than 20 years of extensive experience leading Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operations, Fickett will support clients across the firm’s civilian, defense, and national security businesses, focusing on protecting U.S. critical infrastructure federal assets from cyber threats.

Prior to joining Booz Allen, Fickett served as a section chief (Senior Executive Service) within the FBI cyber division. In this role, he was the chief operating officer directly responsible for the division’s logistics, facilities, and total operational budget across 18 countries and every U.S. state. He also spearheaded cyber training for the FBI investigative workforce of over 20,000 personnel, encompassing special agents, intelligence analysts, and computer scientists.

Earlier in his FBI career, Fickett served as an assistant special agent-in-charge with the FBI’s Washington Human Intelligence (HUMINT) branch, where he led operations against threats and other illegal activity and was accountable for implementing a new HUMINT operational platform, streamlining key national security operations. He previously supported the FBI as a supervisory special agent and a legal attaché. In addition, Fickett served as a commander (intelligence officer) in the U.S. Navy Reserve for more than 20 years.