Belcan, LLC on Monday said it has acquired Telesis Corp.
, a deal that helps scale up the company’s federal information technology (IT) services.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Telesis, which is based in Northern Virginia, has 550 employees. Belcan, which is based in Cincinnati, has 10,000 employees.
“The acquisition of Telesis is transformational for Belcan’s Government IT Solutions business, immediately adding complementary capabilities and greater scale,” Lance Kwasniewski, Belcan’s CEO, said in a statement. “Telesis not only has close, long-term relationships with leading federal customers, but its solutions and services are well aligned with future federal spending priorities in the U.S.”
Telesis has a broad footprint across the U.S. government and its customers include Special Operations Command, the Army, Marine Corps, Federal Communications Commission, the Departments of State and Treasury, and others.
The company’s primary capabilities include cyber security, C4ISR and mission systems, cloud and IT modernization, and managed technology solutions.
Belcan, which operates in more than 30 countries, provides engineering, supply chain, technical recruiting, and IT services to customers in the aerospace, defense, automotive, industrial and government sectors.
Belcan is a portfolio company of the private equity firm AE Industrial Partners (AEI).
“Spending on IT modernization and solutions is expected to remain a top priority for the U.S. government,” Kirk Konert, a partner at AEI, said in a statement. “Together with Telesis, Belcan’s government IT solutions business is even more well positioned to deliver a differentiated set of IT solutions to meet this critical demand.”
Telesis’ senior managers will remain with the company.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP served as Belcan’s financial adviser on the deal and G Squared Capital Partners LLC advised Telesis.