Huntsville, Ala., December 27, 2017 – MartinFederal Consulting, LLC (MartinFederal) announced today the company has acquired Dale Technical Services, Inc. (DTS).
Founded as an American Indian Owned Small Disadvantaged Business in 1988 by Mike Dale, DTS has a long track record of delivering high quality services to the federal government in training, logistics, IT services, technical writing, and other areas. Most recently, DTS’ focus has been operating eight U.S. and two foreign Oil Analysis Labs for the U.S. Army’s Oil Analysis Program (AOAP). As a successful graduate of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8a program, DTS brings a long history of experience and past performance.
“The addition of Dale Technical Services, Inc. is an important step in MartinFederal’s goal to serving the Army’s logistics needs both inside and outside the continental United States,” said David Mathis, MartinFederal CFO and COO. "DTS’ Oil Analysis experience is a great fit for MartinFederal’s lab support and technical services."
“Mike Dale did a great job of creating a culture of team and service within DTS for many years," said Corey Martin, MartinFederal President and CEO. " I’m truly excited about the DTS employees joining MartinFederal, and look forward to working with everyone on the DTS team from Washington State to Iraq."
DTS will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of MartinFederal. For more information about DTS, visit www.daletechnical.com.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, MartinFederal has provided the U.S. government with customer-focused, performance-based solutions, using technology as an engine to drive its customers' missions. Solutions are leveraged from the company’s core competencies in Advanced Systems and IT Support, Training, Mission Operations and Lab and Technical Support. Headquartered in Huntsville, Ala., MartinFederal is one of a very small percentage of 8(a)'s and SDVOSB's providing high-tech solutions to the federal government.
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