Gryphon Technologies on Thursday said it has acquired OMNITEC Solutions, which provides its federal customers with a wide range of capabilities in enterprise technology, cloud, analytical and engineering solutions.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. OMNITEC, which is based in Maryland, has about 200 employees.

Gryphon, which provides technology solutions and services to the national security community, said the acquisition gives it new capabilities in cloud solutions and data curation and harmonization.

“OMNITEC’s strength and experience with information systems, software and process improvement is a strategic fit with Gryphon’s focus on digital transformation engineering to help solve our national security’s most urgent needs,” P.J. Braden, Gryphon’s CEO, said in a statement.

OMNITEC’s top five customers include the Pentagon’s Defense Media Activity, Naval Air Systems and Naval Sea Systems Commands, the National Institutes of Health, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

The company has expertise in business management services, technical health services, media, engineering and technical services, and information technology and web services.

Last September, OMNITEC said it won a potential five-year, $70 million contract to manage and deliver the Defense Department’s public website content hosted by the Defense Media Activity. Some of the services under the contract include software development and management, content management systems and software support, training, migration, security, technical support and program management.

The award is a continuation of work by OMNITEC in support of the Defense Media Activity.

OMNITEC’s senior management team will remain with the company.

Houlihan Lokey

served as OMNITEC’s financial adviser on the deal and Gryphon was advised by BDO. Gryphon is a portfolio company of AE Industrial Partners.

In 2019, Gryphon acquired the cyber security firm PGFM and the scientific, engineering and technical advisory services firm Schafer Intermediate Holding.