“The addition of BRTRC’s capabilities and expertise to the WBB platform furthers our mission to become the premier provider of high-quality, mission-critical services to the federal government,” WBB CEO Robert Olsen said in a statement published Thursday.
BRTRC has supported the mission-critical initiatives of the intelligence community, the Department of Defense and other federal agencies for more than three decades. It operates with over 200 employees providing support across cybersecurity, strategic communications, prototyping and commercialization and vehicle and systems integration.
BRTRC President Larry McDonald said the company looks forward to leveraging WBB’s resources to continue to support its clients.
Reston, Va.-based WBB was established in 1981 and offers consulting and program management support to DoD and other federal agencies.