|By Business Wire||
|June 10, 2014 03:12 PM EDT||
Preferred Systems Solutions (PSS), a Vienna-based provider of Information Technology (IT) infrastructure, software development, enterprise resource planning, and financial consulting services, announced today its acquisition of Envision Technical Services (ETS), an innovative IT company specializing in supporting mission-critical systems and applications for Intelligence and Defense customers. The acquisition of ETS strengthens PSS’s position as contractor of choice within the national security community.
“PSS is committed to providing best-in-class support to the men and women charged with upholding our national security. The acquisition of ETS brings a 22-year track record of outstanding customer support within the Intelligence and Defense communities, and expands our commitment to those men and women,” said Scott Goss, President and CEO of PSS.
Joe Rexrode, current President and CEO of ETS, will transition to a role as Senior Vice President of PSS, and will continue to oversee and support his team. Mr. Rexrode commented, “We are excited to be joining the PSS team. The combination will broaden our offerings to our customers and allow us to pursue new opportunities on a larger scale.”
PSS also provides services to government and commercial clients that include the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, the Defense Logistics Agency, U.S. Transportation Command, and the United States Departments of Homeland Security and State, among other customers. For more information, visit www.pssfed.com, www.pssgovcon.com or email [email protected].
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