BlueHalo has acquired Base2 Engineering and Fortego LLC, adding capabilities in cyber security, signals intelligence (SIGINT), and computer network operations, in deals that further build out the new defense company’s portfolio.

Terms of the acquisitions were not disclosed.

BlueHalo is a portfolio company of Arlington Capital Partners. The private equity firm in October stood up BlueHalo after acquiring five small defense companies and putting them together to focus on space superiority, directed energy, missile defense, C4ISR, cyber and intelligence mission solutions.

BlueHalo expects to end 2020 with more than $250 million in sales and nearly 900 employees at offices and facilities near intelligence and Defense Department organizations in 11 states.

Base2, which is based in Annapolis, Md., develops cyber solutions for computer network operations, SIGINT and quick reaction capabilities. The company says its mission-oriented solutions service the intelligence community, Defense Department, and other government customers, and are used in cyberspace, unmanned and manned aircraft, vessels, and space vehicles.

Fortego, which is based in Columbia, Md., has complementary capabilities to Base2 in SIGINT and cyber operations solutions, and has end-to-end solutions for cyber analytics, vulnerability research, and computer network operations engineering, BlueHalo said. On its website, Fortego also said it provides services in reverse engineering, malware and intrusion analysis, vulnerability analysis, threat and attack remediation and mitigation, network analysis and penetration testing, computer and network forensics, and research and prototyping.

“Base2 and Fortego are highly differentiated companies that will establish BlueHalo as a leading provider of cutting-edge cyber and SIGINT solutions to the most demanding national security customers,” David Wodlinger, a partner at Arlington Capital, said in a statement.

Base2’s financial adviser on the deal was

Aronson Capital Partners and Robert W. Baird & Co. advised Fortego.