Booz Allen’s TEAMS business unit acquired by Chantilly company
System High Corp. buys technical, engineering, advisory, management support unit
Chantilly-based System High Corp. announced Monday it has acquired McLean-based Fortune 500 global management consulting company Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.’s technical, engineering, advisory and management support (TEAMS) business unit.
Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but the Booz Allen business unit includes 110 employees and serves the Missile Defense Agency (MDA).
“The close of this transaction increases our momentum in helping customers solve their most challenging protection problems,” System High President and CEO Rob Howe said in a statement. “We welcome these new employees and look forward to combining forces to better protect current and emerging MDA capabilities.”
Booz Allen, which employs 10,245 people in Virginia, for decades has provided mission technology services to the Department of Defense.
“System High is a strong organization for ensuring the continued protection of the essential systems, technologies and capabilities that enable success of the MDA mission — to defend the United States and its allies from hypersonic and ballistic missile attacks,” Booz Allen Senior Vice President Lincoln Hudson said in a statement. “Our business strategy remains focused on staying close to client missions while expanding our solution offerings to help clients like MDA solve the strategic and sophisticated technical challenges their missions face.”