Eagle Ray has acquired Kore Federal for an undisclosed amount as the enterprise consulting and information technology management firm looks to diversification as a way to expand its customer base and win larger contracts.
The Chantilly-based company, which provides services to the Defense Department and intelligence agencies, plans to leverage Kore’s core technologies used in law enforcement, banks and homeland security, Eagle Ray said Wednesday.
These solutions include mobility and analytics, open source platforms, and software and systems engineering.
“By diversifying our client base, we will mitigate the impact of the unpredictability of the government contracting cycle, ” said Babs Doherty, president and CEO of Eagle Ray.
“While we will retain our small-company agility, we add the critical mass needed to compete for, win and execute large-scale efforts, ” he added.
Eagle Ray will absorb Kore’s highly technical workforce as part of the acquisition, led by Brian Stygar and Greg Williams, who will come onboard as chief technology officer and chief strategy officer, respectively.