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Federal Hill Consulting Acquires FYI to Expand Gov’t Services Market Footprint

Jeff Brody

Falls Church, Va.-based information technology contractor Federal Hill Consulting has acquired FYI, a Maryland-based small business that offers a range of professional services to the federal government. The acquisition seeks to grow Federal Hill’s human resource support offerings and business relationships with  federal customers, FYI said.

Both women-owned companies aim to support agencies in the HR, data analytics, management and technology areas. The combined entity has 70 employees within the Washington, D.C., area and manages 23 federal contracts.

Brooke Neblett, CEO of Federal Hill Consulting, will lead the combined firm while former FYI CEO Bernadette Yu will serve as a consultant.

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