Mike Delurey


Adjunct Professor - Center for Security Studies (CSS)


School of Foreign Service (SFS)
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Mike Delurey is a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, and the firm's Director of Strategic Market Development. He concentrates primarily in the areas of policy analysis support, big data, critical infrastructure protection, strategic risk management, complex systems analysis, homeland security, mission assurance, information assurance and cyber security policy. His focus is on the intersection of technology and legal/policy issues. In this role, he addresses emerging and enabling technologies and their implementation, as well as policy-based strategies that link the technical community with the policy makers. He provides broad based planning, programming and budget support, legal analysis of a wide range of issues and technical analysis of complex, network-based topics.

He is a considered one of the key thought leaders at Booz Allen. He currently leads the strategic market development efforts for the Defense/Intelligence/International team. His work previous has focused on global issues (e.g., climate change, the proliferation of natural disasters, the increasing threat of pandemics, a collapsing urban infrastructure, shrinking energy resources, water scarcity, lack of affordable health care, terrorism). These problems are too big and complex to be solved by government, business or civil society alone. Using elements of network theory and system dynamics, he led the development of the concept of Megacommunities as a means to redefine client problems in a way that helps frame solutions more clearly. He has also led the firm’s business efforts with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, with a focus on Policy.


  • Juris Doctor (2001) University of Maryland,
  • EngrD (1992) George Washington Universtiy, Energy Management
  • Master of Science (1990) George Washington Universtiy, Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering (1985) SUNY Stony Brook, Mechanical Engineering