Air Force success leads to acquisition Carol Photography

Wins on a $990 million full-and-open Air Force vehicle have helped take Digital Mobilizations down the path of being acquired.

A growing middle-tier government consulting company has acquired a similar business that brings to the buyer a prime spot on a nearly $1 billion full-and-open vehicle.

Definitive Logic did not disclose terms regarding its purchase of Digital Mobilizations. The venture investment firm Blue Delta Capital Partners is an investor in Definitive Logic.

In announcing the acquisition Monday, Definitive Logic CEO Paul Burke referenced Digital Mobilizations' approach to digital transformation. Digital Mobilizations defines its process as “enterprise engineering” and the company touts having won several pieces of work with the Air Force.

“Digital Mobilizations commitment to a customer outcome-focused model is exactly aligned with our mindset at Definitive Logic,” Burke said.

Burke’s call out of Digital Mobilizations' portfolio with the Air Force likely comes from the success the company has had on the Strategic Transformation Support task order contract.

Digital Mobilizations was the only non-household name on the $990 million full-and-open vehicle when it was awarded in 2020.

GovTribe data indicates that Digital Mobilizations has won $21 million in task orders, or fourth-highest out of the eight companies on the vehicle. Digital Mobilizations has won more work than larger companies such as Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton.

That contract runs through 2027, which gives Definitive Logic a lot of opportunities for growth through the vehicle.

Baird, Pipaya and Smolen Plevy served as advisers to DMI. Definitive Logic was support by Morrison & Forester and MorganFranklin.