The private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners on Tuesday said it has agreed to acquire MCR, LLC, a government services provider with expertise in cost analysis, engineering and software development used in program management, systems engineering and DevOps.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Arlington Capital said that MCR’s senior management team has also invested in the transaction.
MCR, which is based in Northern Virginia, has a broad array of customers in the Defense Department, federal civilian government, intelligence community, NATO and allied ministries of defence. The company goes to market with its CommandEdge approach and platform to deliver analysis and visualization tools, help with talent acquisition, and improve program management.
“MCR has established itself as a preeminent provider of differentiated systems engineering and integration solutions that address critical national security objectives in the space, cyber and missile defense domains,” David Wodlinger, partner at Arlington Capital, said in a statement. “We are partnering to increase investment in these core areas, as well as to pursue strategic acquisitions to enhance and broaden the differentiated capabilities that MCR can bring to bear for its customers and to provide additional career opportunities for the company’s employees. We see enormous demand in the market for MCR’s services and we believe that with our investment in the business MCR is very well positioned for the significant growth in front of it.”
MCR’s financial adviser on the deal is Houlihan Lokey.