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Dinocrates Buys Secure Comms & Networking Firm GMSI; Tom Prokop, Jim St. Clair Quoted

Tom Prokop

Rockville, Md.-based technology advisory firm Dinocrates Group has acquired networking and communications firm Global Management Systems Inc. for an undisclosed sum to expand its portfolio of technology platforms and mission-critical services.

GMSI will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary and leverage Dinocrates’ technology and data security experience and skills to help the latter broaden presence in secure mobility, communications and networking areas, Dinocrates said Tuesday.

GMSI “has a stellar reputation at secure facilities across the country, and their client list dovetails perfectly with our own,” said Dinocrates CEO Tom Prokop. “Not only are we adding almost 80 highly skilled team members to our growing team roster, GMSI’s reach within secured military facilities allows us to offer additional value-added services to their large and growing customer base.”

Jim St. Clair

Jim St. Clair, chief technology officer of Dinocrates, said the GMSI acquisition provides Dinocrates the ability to architect, maintain and offer cloud computing, blockchain, software-driven networks and unified communications services and related platforms to defense clients.

GMSI has been providing telecommunications, network engineering, large area network infrastructure, configuration management and other information technology support services to government and commercial clients for over three decades.

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