IronArch Technology Teams With SAIC Under Mentor-Protege Agreement

Jim Scanlon, SAIC

IronArch Technology has partnered with SAIC as part of a mentor-protege agreements through the Defense Department.

Under the agreement, SAIC will provide technology transfer to expand IronArch’s strength in cybersecurity and cloud migration. SAIC will also provide IronArch with guidance on building a scalable corporate infrastructure and will support the company in new business pursuits.

“IronArch’s focus on its people is a huge asset to its customers and teammates,” said Jim Scanlon, SAIC senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Defense Systems Group. “They are able to bring people to each contract with the right expertise and mission understanding to jump in and begin making a difference on day one. We’re excited to be able to help them fuel their growth.”

IronArch is a consulting firm focused on the federal government. The company provides cloud engineering, data center consolidation, network modernization, high-performance computing, and financial management support to a variety of government customers, including the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments.

“We are thrilled to have access to the experience of the SAIC team as we carry out our growth strategy and support larger and more complex engagements at the DoD,” said Joe Punaro, CEO of IronArch. “The breadth of SAIC’s technology expertise and the depth of their DoD experience will provide a great sounding board for us to grow and hone our offerings to the defense market and beyond.”

Related: IronArch Technology Wins VA Cloud Support Services Contract

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