BAE Systems, a defense, aerospace and security organization has joined forces with Purisolve, an information technology service provider and historically under-utilized business zones-certified small business, to form Promoveo Solutions.
The joint venture was brought about as a result of a U.S. Small Business Administration-approved mentoring arrangement between BAE Systems and Purisolve, the organizations announced from Atlanta, Georgia on Monday.
“Promoveo means to move forward. As the name suggests, with our experience as a leading systems integrator and Purisolve’s expertise in strategic IT support, this JV is poised to provide forward-thinking IT services to the federal government,” commented Al Whitmore, BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security sector president and a five-time Wash100 Award winner.
Promoveo’s first initiative will be competing to aid the Department of Treasury utilizing Purisolve’s long-standing relationship with the agency and BAE’s federal contracting experience. The new organization will be based in Atlanta, Georgia and will provide government agencies with an opportunity to meet their small business contracting objectives.
“We are excited about working with BAE Systems and enjoying many years of shared success,” said Purisolve owner and President Wallace Jones.
Promoveo’s collaborative launch with Purisolve follows BAE’s entry into multiple partnerships within the past few years. In August 2021, the enterprise partnered with Sarcos Robotics to develop sensors to enable collaboration between autonomous platforms for the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Earlier that year, BAE worked with Spirent Communications’ federal sector to Spirent’s CRPA Test System in support of the development M-code and additional positioning, navigation and timing applications as ordered by a Defense Logistics Agency contract.