N.Y.-based contractor buys Ashburn tech company
GCOM acquires 20/20 Teknology
Albany, New York-based tech government contractor GCOM announced Monday it has acquired Ashburn-based managed services provider 20/20 Teknology.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
20/20 Teknology specializes in virtual communications, IT infrastructure and managed services, while GCOM provides digital engagement systems and government IT programs. The acquisition will expand GCOM’s offerings for its government clients.
“As a leading provider of unified communications, IT infrastructure and managed services, 20/20 Teknology brings to GCOM lessons learned from the private sector and the depth of expertise to facilitate government digital transformation,” Kevin Scully, 20/20 Teknology managing director, said in a statement.
20/20 Teknology will keep its operations in Ashburn despite the acquisition. GCOM is a portfolio company of New York City-based private equity firm Sagewind Capital.