Mac Curtis: The SI Organization Changes Name to Vencore

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

The SI Organization has rebranded itself as Vencore to highlight the systems engineering provider’s renewed focus on its core business in engineering, cybersecurity and data analytics.

The Chantilly, Virginia-based firm said the name change, announced Wednesday, is the culmination of recent business purchases that called for a logo that would encompass its newly acquired solutions and services.

“Operating as Vencore allows us to build upon our shared heritages in the federal government and positions us for future growth as the market evolves, ” Vencore CEO Mac Curtis said.

“We strive to be our customers’ trusted partner by being innovative in our thinking and accountable for our actions, ” he added.

The SI acquired strategic communications firm PhaseOne in early 2012, Applied Communication Sciences the following year and QinetiQ North America‘s services and solutions business in May 2014.

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