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Sigma Defense Grows DevSecOps Portfolio With Juno Technologies Purchase

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Sigma Defense Grows DevSecOps Portfolio With Juno Technologies Purchase

Sigma Defense Systems announced that it has acquired for an undisclosed sum San Diego, California-based Juno Technologies, which provides information technology services to the Department of Defense. 

Sigma Defense called the purchase an expansion of its DevSecOps service offerings, with Juno Technologies’ service experience in the DOD’s Combined Joint All-domain Command and Control operations. According to Matt Jones, Sigma Defense CEO and a 4×24 member, Juno Technologies’ capabilities will broaden Sigma’s business opportunities, particularly in the U.S. Navy, Sigma Defense said Tuesday.

Jones also cited Juno Technologies’ track record in engineering, integration, software, and technical support services delivery as “a natural fit for Sigma Defense.” 

Juno Technologies’ recent CJADC2 tasks include work on the U.S. Navy’s Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services and Project Overmatch.

Sigma Defense earlier beefed up its DevSecOps capabilities with the company’s acquisition of technology and engineering firm and DOD service provider SOLUTE in June 2022.

In October 2022, the Perry, Georgia-based Sigma Defense secured a spot on a $950 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support U.S. Air Force JADC2 efforts for the service branch’s Advanced Battle Management System.

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