Xator Corp. last week said it has acquired InCadence Strategic Solutions Corp., providing it with capabilities in biometrics and identity management, big data solutions, tactical communications, and operational intelligence.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

InCadence, which is based in Northern Virginia, is on a number of contracts including the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services, General Services Administration Alliant 2 Small Business, the Consortium for Command, Control and Communications in Cyberspace Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), the System of Systems Consortium OTA, GSA IT Schedule 70 and others.

“InCadence’s proven ability to leverage its deep domain experience, differentiated by its software and hardware, into customer-focused solutions will catalyze growth opportunities when joined with Xator,” David Scott, Xator’s CEO, said in a statement.

Xator, which is also based in Northern Virginia, said the acquisition reinforces its position in providing C4ISR, national security and intelligence solutions to the federal government.