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LinQuest Corporation, a leading provider of engineering, acquisition and operations services for US government communications, command and control, and information systems, today announced it has acquired Virginia-based Mosaic, Inc. Mosaic is a provider of strategic consulting and technical services and solutions to the Intelligence Community (IC). Mosaic specializes in solving very large data problems, performing data analytics, and crafting enterprise solutions that enable the IC to leverage capability and technology transfer across organizations. The acquisition, which became effective August 31, 2011 expands LinQuest's core capabilities and customer markets. Ms. Gwyn Whittaker, CEO of Mosaic, Inc stated, "Our cultures, capabilities, and commitment to customer satisfaction are very complimentary. This is a win-win for the employees and customers of both companies. We are delighted to join the LinQuest team."
"We are very excited about the prospects presented by the integration of capabilities, people and cultures of Mosaic and LinQuest. The combination of Mosaic's IC enterprise information skill sets with LinQuest's DoD enterprise engineering and integration capabilities will create powerful synergies that will benefit both LinQuest's and Mosaic's customers, open new markets, and provide exciting opportunities for the employees of both companies," said Dr. Leon Biederman, CEO and President of LinQuest. LinQuest Corporation was advised by Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC and RA Capital Advisors LLC.
LinQuest is pleased to welcome Mark Sturza as our VP/GM Enterprise Soultions Group. Mark will be focused on capturing commercial contracts in the communications and cyber markets. Mark brings over 30 years of engineering and senior management experience in the commercial communications market.
LinQuest announces the recipients of our annual exceptional performance awards. The awards are divided into three categories: Corporate, Management, and Technical. The awardees are:
- Steve Friedman, Corporate Award
- Ron Lapinsky, Management Award
- Dave Blehm, Technical Award
Congratulations to our 2011 winners!
LinQuest teamed with Scitor Corp to win the recent STS contract award for technical engineering support to the Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Directorate at the Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB, CA. As a subcontractor to Scitor, LinQuest will provide technical support for space vehicle development and manufacturing, launch integration, ground systems development and production, and orbital sustainment support. The contract is for one year with an option for a second year. LinQuest continues its successful relationship with Scitor and the SBIRS Directorate in providing supoerior technical support to ensure SBIRS mission accomplishment.
Los Angeles, California (September 17th, 2010) - LinQuest Corporation is proud to announce that Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) has awarded the "Contract for Space and Missile Capabilities" (CSMC) Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) Task Order (TO) to LinQuest Corporation. The CSMC MILSATCOM TO calls for a broad range of MILSATCOM advisory, assistance and system engineering services to the Headquarters AFSPC MILSATCOM Capability Team. The MILSATCOM TO is a $31.1M million effort with a period of performance through 2015 including all option periods. LinQuest brought together Analytic Services, Inc (ANSER); Boecore, Inc; ExoAnalytic Solutions; MCR Federal, LLC (MCR); SRA International; and WPL, Inc to perform on the MILSATCOM TO.
"We are excited to bring our 34 year heritage of MILSATCOM engineering excellence and experience, our engineers and operations specialists, and our modeling and simulation tools to support the AFSPC's MILSATCOM Capability Team," said Dr. Leon Biederman, LinQuest Corporation's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Our team is anxious to apply our capabilities to ensure current and future systems are optimized to support the warfighters and other MILSATCOM end users."
LinQuest Corporation is proud to announce that Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) has awarded a "Contract for Space and Missile Capabilities" (CSMC) contract to LinQuest Corporation. The CSMC Contract provides a broad range of advisory and assistance and system engineering services to Headquarters AFSPC organizations and their missions in support of the warfighter, primarily at Peterson AFB, CO. The CSMC contract is a multiple award Indefinite Quantity, Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ) contract with a ceiling of $450 million and a period of performance through 2015 including all option periods. LinQuest brought together a team of first rated companies to perform on this contract. The LinQuest Team consists of Analytic Services, Inc (ANSER); Battelle Memorial Institute; Boecore, Inc; Dynamics Research Corporation; DSoft Technology, Inc; ExoAnalytic Solutions; Infoscitex Corporation (IST); MacAulay Brown, Inc (MacB); MCR Federal, LLC (MCR); RadiantBlue Technologies; RNB Technologies; SRA International; TASC, Inc; and WPL, Inc.
"We are proud of our proven performance in providing superb engineering and operations services to a variety of space systems and customers," said Dr. Leon Biederman, LinQuest Corporation's President and Chief Executive Officer. "We are both honored and excited for the opportunity to bring that experience and commitment to Air Force Space Command Headquarters."
LinQuest is proud to announce the addition of Rich Williams to the LinQuest family. Rich Williams, who retired from Senior Executive Service and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) in April 2010, has joined LinQuest as an Assistant Vice President in the Advanced Architectures and Engineering Solutions (AAES) business group. Rich was most recently the principal director for the Global Information Grid Enterprise Services Engineering Directorate where his responsibilities included the planning, engineering, acquisition, and integration of joint, interoperable, secure global net-centric solutions satisfying the needs of the warfighter. Previously at DISA, he was chief of the Transport Engineering Division and responsible for system engineering activities related to the Department of Defense teleport program, satellite communications (SATCOM), including military and commercial satellite and ground systems, wireless network systems, terrestrial networking including local, metropolitan, and wide area transport systems, network security, the transition to Internet Protocol version Six (IPv6) and for strategic communications.