A technology-focused provider to the intelligence community, Defense Department and other U.S. national security customers, Two Six Technologies has appointed Bob Kwaja as chief financial officer.
Kwaja joins Two Six Technologies from BlueHalo, where he was senior vice president of finance and corporate development. Prior to that, he was vice president of finance and corporate development for Centauri, and previously served as vice president of finance for Belcan’s government business unit.
Kwaja called his joining “an inspiring opportunity.”
“Two Six Technologies possesses an exceptional management team, the backing of The Carlyle Group— one of the most accomplished private equity firms in the world—and a board of respected industry leaders,” he added. “I look forward to working with the team to execute on the company’s growth trajectory and strategic vision. “
CEO Joe Logue said as the company rounds out the senior team of the new enterprise, it’s thrilled to add someone of Kwaja’s caliber.
“Bob has been highly successful in creating value at private equity-backed GovCon companies via both organic and inorganic growth— all of which will provide significant benefits to Two Six Technologies,” Logue added.