KeyLogic has officially launched as a fully integrated company after years of acquisitions and strategic investments to further build up its capabilities to support clients’ missions in the energy, defense, federal civilian and commerce sectors.
KeyLogic emerges from the combination of KeyLogic Systems, Information International Associates, R2i and OnLocation and focuses on delivering capabilities in systems research and analysis, mission management, cybersecurity, data science and digital transformation, the company said Wednesday.
“We saw a void in the mid-market for a more nimble, focused supplier in the energy, federal civilian, and defense space,” KeyLogic CEO Jeannette Lee said in a statement published Wednesday.
Lee added the mid-tier company works to deliver capabilities in target areas with agility to support “critical missions with focus and speed.”
KeyLogic has more than 700 employees, including cybersecurity professionals, engineers, system designers and more than 70 Ph.D. scientists, with a focus on supporting the technology requirements and missions of federal agencies.