EverWatch Buys Northwood Global Solutions in Intell Community Expansion Push; John Hillen Quoted

John Hillen

EverWatch has purchased information technology services contractor Northwood Global Solutions for an undisclosed sum.

“The partnership with the Northwood team helps EverWatch expand its technical capabilities and broadens our relationships and mission expertise within the Intelligence Community,” EverWatch CEO John Hillen said in a statement released Wednesday.

Hillen said the company will integrate Northwood employees into its operations and continue to develop new capabilities in support of clients’ critical missions.

Northwood Global Solutions provides cybersecurity, cloud, big data, analytics and other IT platforms and services to the intelligence community and federal agencies.

Ashburn, Va.-based EverWatch is a portfolio company of private investment firm Enlightenment Capital with approximately 400 employees and provides intelligence, defense and deployed mission support to government clients.

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