Aegis makes first deal with Arlington Capital assist

Aegis Technologies has made its first acquisition since the defense technology services company was itself purchased by private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners.

In a release Monday, Aegis said it bought Excivity to further deepen offerings in cybersecurity and intelligence. Terms of the transaction were undisclosed.

Chantilly, Virginia-based Excivity was founded in 2006 by CEO Matt Ramsey, who will join the Aegis leadership team. Excivity Chief Technology Officer Roger Edmiston will also head to Aegis alongside Ramsey, both of whom will continue to manage the business.

Led by CEO Jonathan Moneymaker, Aegis was the first company Arlington Capital acquired through the latter’s fifth fund that closed last year at the maximum $1.7 billion that could be raised.

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