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George Wilson: ECS Federal Buys InfoReliance in Cyber, Cloud Delivery Expansion Push

ECS Federal has purchased cloud and cybersecurity services provider InfoReliance for an undisclosed amount in a move to expand the delivery of cybersecurity, cloud and agile software platforms to clients in the intelligence and defense markets.

InfoReliance CEO Andrew Butler will move to ECS to serve as a senior vice president and strategic adviser to ECS Federal CEO George Wilson, ECS said Tuesday.

George Wilson

Wilson said ECS expects the transaction to generate $150 million in additional revenue and advance efforts to deliver enterprise-scale cyber and cloud platforms.

Fairfax, Virginia-based ECS operates with approximately 2,500 employees and is projected to record at least $500 million in revenue for calendar year 2017.

The company provides systems engineering and technical support, acquisition management, infrastructure design and integration services to government agencies through several contract vehicles such as Alliant, One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services and Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contracts.

Fairfax, Virginia-based InfoReliance is a provider of enterprise IT, cybersecurity, cloud and software engineering services to industry and government markets.

ECS will run InfoRealiance as a wholly owned subsidiary with plans to seek opportunities in enterprise information technology, cloud, cyber and software engineering fields as well as further advance partnerships with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), Amazon Web Services (Nasdaq: AMZN), RSA Security and McAfee.

Investment bank Kipps DeSanto acted as InfoReliance’s representative in the transaction.

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