ATS said Monday the move is part of its strategy to expand and strengthen its mission-critical technology business.
The Reston, Virginia-based company has been acquiring mission IT enterprises since 2019. It took over Axis of Engineering, Global Consulting Services, Entegra Systems and OASIC Engineering in an effort to gain leadership as a middle-market company in the intelligence community.
Alder Technology has been delivering cybersecurity, network security and engineering and data management support since 2012. The deal gives ATS rights to Alder’s expertise in cloud adoption and artificial intelligence and machine learning workload infrastructure design.
“We have worked alongside the Alder team for years and have been impressed with the quality of personnel and solutions they bring to our collective customers’ hardest missions,” said ATS CEO Dave Cerne. “We are thrilled to add them to the ATS family, enabling us to further support our customers’ needs, particularly around secure computing and network operations.”