Axiologic Solutions, a provider of information technology solution to the national security and intelligence communities, has acquired Knowledge Link in a deal that nearly doubles the size of the company and complements its existing classified work.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Following the acquisition, Axiologic has more than $90 million in annual sales and around 250 employees. Prior to the deal, the company had about $55 million in sales and 140 employees.

Knowledge Link provides financial, technology and program management services in classified areas for government customers. The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is a key customer.

“Through the combination of Axiologic and Knowledge Link we’ll be creating an even stronger, broader range of technology, financial and program management solutions for classified environments,” Tom Stauber, co-founder and managing partner at Axiologic, said in a statement. “The Knowledge Link team shares many of our own values and dedication to serving the nation and, like us, are former members of the intelligence and defense communities that we support.”

Knowledge Link also provides solutions across the lifecycle of requirements definition, program management, implementation, and operations, and has capabilities in systems and software engineering, software development, and strategic business management.

Both companies are based in Northern Virginia. Knowledge Link’s senior management will remain with the company.

The acquisition is the first by Axiologic, which was founded in 2009. The company was supported on the transaction by Atlantic Union Bank. FON Corporate Finance served as Knowledge Link’s financial adviser on the deal.