Intrepid Acquires Delta Solutions Unit to Grow Federal Market Footprint

Intrepid Solutions and Services has acquired a business unit under Colorado Springs-based Delta Solutions and Strategies to expand support for federal customers via a governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle.

Intrepid said Wednesday the transaction represents its second acquisition after securing new funding from Bluestone Investment Partners in November.

Delta Solutions is a service-disabled, veteran-owned company that offers systems engineering and technical services such as operations and maintenance, base support and training assistance.

The company holds a spot on the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services vehicle under the Pool 4 category. GSA released solicitations for the OASIS pools 1, 3 and 4 last year.

Ken Diller, chief growth officer of Intrepid, said the acquisition builds on the company's “significant experience” performing services to support OASIS requirements.

Intrepid CEO Ryan Herbert noted the company seeks to identify new opportunities while expanding its customer footprint in the federal market.

Delta Solutions can compete for task orders under the OASIS vehicle through December 2024.

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