Axiologic Solutions acquires Knowledge Link to support the federal national security spectrum
Axiologic Solutions announced it has acquired Herndon-based intelligence services firm Knowledge Link, a provider of financial, technology and program management services in classified federal government environments.
The addition of Knowledge Link will nearly double the size of Axiologic, strategically expand its capabilities, and allow it to bring a greater range of services and mission support to more customers across the federal national security spectrum.
“We are incredibly excited about this major transformational moment for our company because it’s a triple win – for our customers, our team members and our partners,” said Tom Stauber, co-founder and managing partner at Axiologic Solutions.
“Through the combination of Axiologic and Knowledge Link, we’ll be creating an even stronger, broader range of technology, financial and program management solutions for classified environments.
“The Knowledge Link team shares many of our own values and dedication to serving the nation and, like us, are former members of the intelligence and defense communities that we support. We look forward to leveraging this cultural chemistry to collaborate on bringing combined capabilities to more customers in need of innovations to support and protect our country.”
Founded in 2003, Knowledge Link has been steadily growing and today offers a portfolio of services that solve the most daunting and challenging technology obstacles facing intelligence customers.
The company’s engineers, architects and analysts deliver innovative solutions within classified environments that span the full infrastructure life cycle of requirements definition, implementation and operation, as well as the development and integration of mission-critical applications and services.
Knowledge Link provides a full range of mission-critical solutions including financial management, full lifecycle acquisition, program management, systems and software engineering, software development, and strategic business management.
This is Axiologic’s first acquisition, and its leadership team is continuing to pursue M&A opportunities as part of a strategic growth plan. The company has been on a rapid path of organic growth since it was founded by Stauber and co-founder and managing partner Michael Chavira in 2009.
In 2020, the company received the following awards for its excellence in growth, performance and innovation:
- Greater Washington Government Innovation Awards, Industry Innovator for providing an outstanding data science solution for an intelligence risk management framework.
- Inc. 5000, top 15% of the fastest-growing companies in the nation.
- Northern Virginia Technology Council Tech 100, honoree.
- Washington Business Journal, No. 27 on list of Fastest Growing Companies within Greater Washington region.
- Washington Technology, Fast 50 list.
- Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Fantastic 50 list.
Axiologic was supported in the transaction by Miles & Stockbridge PC and Atlantic Union Bank, while Knowledge Link was represented by Rees Broome and investment banking adviser FON Corporate Finance.