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Eagle Ray acquires Kore Federal

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Chantilly-based Eagle Ray Inc., a strategic enterprise consulting and IT management services company, has acquired Kore Federal of Falls Church.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Kore Federal provides technology services to homeland security, law enforcement and public-sector financial services clients.

Eagle Ray’s primary customers are the intelligence community, and departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

“By diversifying our client base, we will mitigate the impact of the unpredictability of the government contracting cycle,” Babs Doherty, Eagle Ray’s president and CEO, said in a statement. “While we will retain our small-company agility, we add the critical mass needed to compete for, win and execute large-scale efforts.”

Eagle Ray’s expertise includes program and project management, independent verification and validation, process and system engineering, performance and risk management, cyber compliance/information assurance, and acquisition support.

Kore Federal has expertise in key mission growth areas: enterprise mobility, applied analytics, open source platforms, and Agile software/systems engineering.

Doherty said Kore Federal’s employees will make Eagle Ray more competitive in the government marketplace because they can help Eage Ray offer a full range of business and technical services.
Kore Federal executives Brian Stygar and Greg Williams will join Eagle Ray as the chief technology officer and chief strategy officer respectively.

Operations will be consolidated at Eagle Ray’s Chantilly headquarters.


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