Vancouver Olympian Jackson will join forces with a combination of John Baines, Bruce Tasker, Joel Fearon and Stu Benson in GBR 1 while former world junior champion Walker will partner either Gill Cooke, a former world champion with the now retired Nicola Minichiello, and Kelly Denyer in the top women's crew.
Will Golder and Lamin Deen will share driving duties for Britain's second-choice crew, with a place at next year's World Championship their aim.
Victoria Oaloye is Britain's second-choice woman pilot and will now to consolidate her place on the World Cup circuit with Olympic qualification in her sights.
Youth Olympic silver medallist Mica McNeill will take part in the second-tier America's Cup circuit, although partner Jazmin Sawyers is not on the programme - preferring to focus on athletics after winning long jump bronze at the World Junior Championships in Barcelona this year.
"Paula's crew is an exciting prospect and if they produce a high level of performance I know they will be looking to make a step up and start putting pressure on the world's top five," said British Bobsleigh performance director Gary Anderson.
"Our women's programme is really starting to take shape, with young McNeill an exciting prospect and she looks to build on what she achieved at the Youth Olympics."
Britain's bobsleigh team have a new-look support staff this year with Dominik Scherer joining as head coach after guiding the successful Swiss team while world-renowned mechanic Reto Mieier is also part of the squad.