“FAIRFAX, Va., April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — ECS Federal, LLC “ECS” announced today the acquisition of InfoReliance, a leading provider of cybersecurity, cloud computing, software engineering solutions and managed services.
George Wilson, CEO of ECS Federal said, “In the past five years ECS has transformed from a services company to a rapidly growing performer, systems integrator, and solution provider in the national defense and intelligence markets. The acquisition of InfoReliance will add $150M in new revenues delivering next generation cloud and cyber solutions at an enterprise scale. This, along with new contract awards has greatly accelerated ECS’s transformation.”
ECS is now providing cybersecurity solutions and active cyber defense to the Navy, Army, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Defense Health Agency and the Intelligence community. The acquisition of InfoReliance also expands ECS’s agile software delivery capability supporting the Navy, USMC, USPS, FBI, the Intelligence Community and DOL.
InfoReliance core leadership, operations and delivery teams will continue as a wholly owned subsidiary and together with ECS will pursue cyber, cloud, enterprise IT and software engineering opportunities. The companies will…” More Details Here
G2X TAKE: While this group has not historically been known for their Health chops, the addition of this firm with key prime contracts such as a $92M enterprise HHS EaaS Cloud BPA, the $20B NITAAC CIO-CS IDIQ and experience supporting the DoD National Center for Telehealth and Technology will give this group a big boost.
ECS has had a lot of success across the Federal market, but there have been few inroads into Health. The acquisition of InfoReliance goes a long way to addressing this gap and is likely to embolden this group to take advantage of the set of vehicles the group now holds.