Chantilly defense contractor acquired by SAP subsidiary

SAP National Security Services, the Herndon-based subsidiary of the German software giant, said Tuesday it has acquired Technology Management Associates, a Chantilly government contractor, to bolster its work for the intelligence community. 

The deal marries TMA’s expertise in engineering and C4ISR technologies (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) with SAP NS2’s data management and analytics platforms to solve a critical problem facing national security agencies: rapidly fusing massive amounts of data pulled in from satellites, drones, video feeds and other sensors. 

“They’re solving a couple of pretty sizable big data problems,” SAP NS2 CEO Mark Testoni told me. “We think we have the engine that can help them.”

Testoni declined to disclose the deal’s terms, nor would he discuss specifics of TMA’s contract work because a lot of it is classified. TMA employs about 100 and has won work as a prime contractor on…

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