Booz Allen Hamilton Launches - Subscriber-Focused Web Site Providing Expert Analysis of Trends and Developments in Iran and Persian Gulf

New Booz Allen Analysis Site - - is Free from Now Until January 31

Jan 04, 2010, 10:00 ET from Booz Allen Hamilton

MCLEAN, Va., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. announced the launch of, a paid-subscriber-focused Website providing expert analysis of trends and developments unfolding in Iran and throughout the Persian Gulf.

Booz Allen's Persia House team draws extensively on the global, world-class intelligence and analysis capabilities of the firm in close collaboration with an extensive network of experts on Iran. Core staff includes experts with decades of experience dealing with Iranian issues, native fluency in Farsi, Dari, and Arabic, and deep knowledge of the dynamics at the heart of Iranian domestic, national security, and foreign policy deliberations and decision making.

Persia House has been in operation since last year, providing a broad range of specialized services to public and private sector clients, but the launch of marks an important milestone in the overall service offering, the company said.

" will provide subscribers with direct, real-time access to a broad range of analysis and insights on developments in Iran and across the Persian Gulf. For individuals and organizations that need to understand, at a nuanced level, what is happening in the region, we believe will become an indispensable resource," said Booz Allen Senior Vice President Bill Wansley, who leads Persia House and a fully integrated team of domain and functional services in support of critical national security functions.

"Our goal is to provide distinctive insights on Iran and the Persian Gulf by drawing on the deep linguistic skills, analytic expertise, and intelligence experience of our core staff. We leverage a worldwide network of contacts intimately familiar with issues, emerging trends, and developments in the region and, as a result, we are uniquely positioned to deliver this distinctive service offering to clients," said Booz Allen Associate Mark Fowler, who spent 21 years in the Central Intelligence Agency's National Clandestine Service, serving throughout the Near East and South Asia Division as an Operations Officer, including as Chief of Station.

Access to Booz Allen's site

From now until January 31, 2010, will be free of charge. During that time, all current articles and analysis are fully accessible, without cost. However, all archived materials will be accessible only to subscribers. After January 31st, all material will be accessible to subscribers only. Individual annual subscriptions will cost $2,500 and are available via

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