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TekFive, Iron Bow form SBA mentor-protégé joint venture

HERNDON, Va. — Huntsville-based TekFive and Iron Bow Technologies of Herndon, Va.,  have formed a strategic joint venture: Verous Technologies.

In a news release, the companies said the joint venture was created to support a Mentor-Protégé Agreement under the U.S. Small Business Administration Mentor-Protégé Program.

TekFive, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, and Iron Bow have a successful history of providing federal customers with solutions including evolving DevSecOps to address complex IT automation challenges.

Verous Technologies will provide customers and partners with market access to the enhanced, combined capabilities of both TekFive and Iron Bow, a next-generation technology solutions provider to government, commercial, and healthcare markets.

“Iron Bow is a proven leader in delivering technology solutions and services to government, and a vital component of TekFive’s expansion and growth in the federal space,” said TekFive CEO Tony Taylor. “We are thrilled to announce this joint venture and combine our core competencies to provide new, innovative solutions to our customers’ most pressing mission challenges.”

Under the MPA, Iron Bow will support TekFive with mentorship and guidance as they continue to expand their footprint in cybersecurity, digital transformation, workforce experience and IT modernization.

“The collaboration between Iron Bow and TekFive reflects a mutual effort to bring innovation, efficiency, and excellence to a broader range of customers,” said Iron Bow President and CEO Rene LaVigne. “We look forward to expanding our relationship through a greater level of collaboration with TekFive, leveraging this joint venture to support their growth in the federal space.”

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