Booz Allen Hamilton Corp. (BAH)

F2Q12 Earnings Call

November 3, 2011; 10:30 am ET


Ralph Shrader - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer & President

Sam Strickland - Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Curt Riggle - Director of Investor Relations


Nathan Rozof - Morgan Stanley

Brian Gesuale - Raymond James

Tim Mchugh - William Blair & Company

Carter Copeland - Barclays Capital

Bill Loomis - Stifel Nicolaus

Chavell (ph) - Credit Suisse

Michael Lewis - Lazard Capital

George Price - BB&T Capital



Good morning. Thank you for standing by and welcome to Booz Allen Hamilton’s earnings call covering second quarter fiscal 2012 results. (Operator Instructions)

I’d now like to turn the call to Mr. Curt Riggle.

Curt Riggle

Thank you Grada and thank you all for joining us today for Booz Allen's second quarter and year-to-date fiscal 2012 earnings announcement. I am Curt Riggle, Director of Investor Relations and with me to talk about our financial results this morning is Ralph Shrader, our Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President; and Sam Strickland, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

We hope you’ve had an opportunity to read the press release on our second quarter earnings that we issued earlier this morning. We’ve also provided presentation slides on our website and we are now on slide two.

On today’s call, Ralph will provide you with an overview of our business performance and strategic positioning. Sam will then discuss our financial results in detail, including our income statement, balance sheet, cash flow and backlog. Ralph and Sam will discuss the guidance for the remainder of the fiscal year 2012, which began on April 1, 2011.

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