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VTG Adds GSA OASIS Pools 1 and 3 to Strategic Contract Portfolio

Chantilly, VA, November 05, 2020 – VTG, an industry-leading provider of force modernization and digital transformation solutions, announced that it has been awarded OASIS Pool 1 and Pool 3 unrestricted prime contracts by the US General Services Administration (GSA). OASIS (“One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services”) is a family of seven separate multiple-award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts available to all Federal agencies for the procurement of complex professional services. As a Pool 1 and Pool 3 awardee, VTG will compete for government-wide engineering, technical, and scientific services contracts.

“The GSA OASIS program provides our existing and prospective Federal government customers with tremendous flexibility in partnering with VTG to fulfill a diverse and comprehensive range of engineering requirements” said John Hassoun, VTG President and Chief Executive Officer. “These strategic contracts are perfectly tailored for our enterprise – they enable us to offer our complete portfolio of full lifecycle engineering capabilities to an expanded customer base; they take advantage of our innovative solutions and agile delivery model; and they provide new vehicles for our continued growth.”

GSA awarded the OASIS Pool 1 and Pool 3 contracts to VTG’s wholly-owned DELTA Resources subsidiary which VTG acquired in 2019 to add differentiated systems engineering and digital modernization capabilities. In July 2020, VTG completed the integration of its subsidiaries and the consolidation of its enterprise-wide capabilities under a single customer delivery model in a strategic move to better serve its customers. The Company, which had previously operated under the name VT Group, also announced its rebranding to VTG. VTG now offers its customers modernization solutions and full lifecycle engineering for rotary, tilt-rotor, and fixed wing aircraft, all classes of naval warships and submarines, and a comprehensive suite of maritime, aerospace, and land-based C5ISR systems.

To learn more about partnering with VTG please reach out to Info@VTGdefense.com.

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VTG Recognized as Growth Company of the Year by ACG National Capital

Chantilly, VA, September 09, 2020 – VTG, an industry-leading provider of force modernization and digital transformation solutions, has been named the 2020 Corporate Growth Company of the Year by ACG National Capital. The annual Corporate Growth Awards are given to business leaders and companies that were individually selected for their accomplishments in crafting and executing a successful growth strategy in the 2019 calendar year.

“I am proud to accept this prestigious award on behalf of the men and women of VTG whose hard work, ingenuity, and commitment to our customers and their missions made 2019 a banner growth year for our business,” said John Hassoun, VTG President and Chief Executive Officer, adding, “It’s exciting to see our operations continue to gain momentum in 2020 as we integrate and expand our portfolio of capabilities, customers, and contracts.”  

In selecting VTG for the Corporate Growth Company of the Year Award, ACG acknowledged the dramatic operational improvements the company has made across its enterprise, its aggressive organic growth with the Navy’s major systems commands as well as other Defense Department customers, and its acquisition and integration of National Technologies Associates (NTA) and DELTA Resources. Positioning for continued growth in 2020, VTG recently announced that it had consolidated its capabilities under a single customer delivery model and will offer an expanded range of engineering and sustainment services across naval, aerospace, network, and digital domains.

“The national capital region has been home to one of the fastest growing and most prosperous business communities in America for many years running,” said Don Irwin the 2020 Corporate Growth Awards Committee Chair and a Managing Director and Banker Team Leader at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. “2019 was an incredible year for corporate growth and deal flow in our region, with a number of high-profile deals ranging from strategic acquisitions to initial public offerings. We’re honored to acknowledge and celebrate the companies, dealmakers and executives that are playing a vital role in our thriving business community.”

About VTG
VTG delivers force modernization and digital transformation solutions that expand America’s competitive advantage in the modern battlespace. Tracing its earliest roots to 1866 and operating under the name VT Group since 2002, the Company announced in July 2020 that it had consolidated its enterprise-wide capabilities in a strategic move to better serve its customers and was rebranding to VTG. The Company is headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, with operations worldwide, and provides full lifecycle engineering for naval, aerospace, network, and digital requirements. Whether at sea, in the air, on land, or in cyberspace, VTG delivers Tomorrow’s Transformation Today. For more information, visit us at www.VTGdefense.com.

About ACG National Capital
ACG National Capital is a chapter of the international Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) that serves Washington, D.C., northern Virginia and southern Maryland. The chapter is part of a vibrant community of 15,000 middle market corporate growth professionals, working and thriving in a variety of roles, markets and industries. ACG National Capital’s veteran leadership and its membership of more than 400 executives and business leaders have participated in nearly every recent M&A transaction completed in the D.C. metro region. For more information, visit www.acgcapital.org or the ACG online publication at www.acgcapitalblog.com.

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VT Group Integrates Capabilities – Rebrands as VTG

Chantilly, VA, July 30, 2020 – VT Group, an industry-leading provider of force modernization and digital transformation solutions, announced that it has consolidated its enterprise-wide capabilities in a strategic move to better serve its customers and will rebrand as VTG. Following the successful integration of two key acquisitions and numerous recent contract awards, the company is repositioning to offer an expanded range of engineering and sustainment services to a growing portfolio of Defense customers and to reflect the transformative solutions it now offers across naval, aerospace, network, and digital domains.

Tracing its earliest roots to 1866 and operating under the name VT Group since 2002, the company had previously managed unique capabilities each under separate company brands within the VT Group umbrella. Today’s move signals the consolidation of its enterprise-wide talent and capabilities under a single customer delivery model that combines innovative technologies, deep domain knowledge, and core engineering expertise with middle-market agility and responsiveness. VTG President and Chief Executive Officer John Hassoun explained, “We are no longer a disparate group of companies but instead one enterprise working together towards a common mission: expanding America’s competitive advantage in the modern battlespace.”

Today’s announcement culminates the strategic transformation of the 150-year old company that began when Hassoun took the helm in 2017. Operational improvements, divestitures, acquisitions, and aggressive organic growth have all played critical roles in reshaping VTG for the future. In the last year alone, VTG acquired National Technologies Associates (NTA) to build out its aerospace engineering portfolio and doubled down in Navy shipbuilding and Fleet modernization by acquiring C5ISR and weapons systems engineering expert DELTA Resources. The company has also earned a string of prime contract wins with the US Navy’s major systems commands. VTG won two 10-year contracts to install advanced C5ISR systems on Navy warships, submarines, and shore installations; secured the flagship Presidential Helicopters support contract; and was selected to integrate directed energy laser weapons aboard Navy destroyers. The company also expanded its support to several other Defense Department customers, winning a prime vehicle to provide integrated base defense systems to Air Force facilities worldwide, and adding opportunities that enhance its digital transformation and IT modernization capabilities.

VTG will now offer its customers modernization solutions and full lifecycle engineering for rotary, tilt-rotor, and fixed wing aircraft, all classes of naval warships and submarines, and a comprehensive suite of maritime, aerospace, and land-based C5ISR systems. “The evolution of the brand follows the evolution of the company’s strategy, offerings, value proposition, and business structure,” said Chief Growth Officer Sunil Ramchand. “While the streamlined name VTG acknowledges the company’s 150-year legacy, the new brand reflects the full breadth and depth of our enterprise, as well as our enduring commitment to deliver the most advanced technologies to confront the next generation of threats.”