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MCP acquires RKV Technologies



MCP acquires RKV Technologies

The acquisition of RKV reinforces MCP’s commitment to supporting public sector clients with a comprehensive portfolio of innovative, vendor-neutral services, with professional consulting and managed services including, but not limited to, onboarding data, network management and cybersecurity.

Founded in 2008 with an office in Jefferson City, Missouri, RKV serves state and local government agencies with staff augmentation, project management, database solutions, and IT consulting services. The company specializes in helping to create and implement software solutions and integrating commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions. He can also augment the client’s workforce with the highly specialized talent needed to successfully transition to a new IT solution.

“Talent shortages in the public sector are everywhere, especially in technical roles,” said MCP President and CEO Darrin Reilly. “This comes at a time when government agencies are accelerating their pace of using innovative technologies to transform their operations. The acquisition of RKV strengthens our ability to help our customers continuously evolve while presenting new partnership opportunities to collaboratively close talent and skills gaps.

Since its inception, RKV has completed more than 1,000 projects nationwide, which have supported the transportation, social services, environment, education, labor and public safety sectors. The company builds and supplies integrated systems and designs and integrates off-the-shelf solutions into customer environments. Aligned with MCP’s lifecycle management services business, the acquisition enhances MCP’s ability to integrate and support complex systems, processes and data to integrate workflows that eliminate silos .

“With MCP’s reach of serving customers in nearly every major metropolitan area in the United States, RKV will accelerate our goal of helping our customers leverage digital technology to advance their missions,” said Bob Myers, President and CEO of RKV. “Through our shared vision, experience and highly specialized experts, we can help government agencies innovate to stay ahead of the expectations of the communities they serve. This acquisition also provides our employees with a very diverse career growth path.

The acquisition of RKV follows a series of recent acquisitions that have strengthened MCP’s position as the largest provider of professional and managed services serving the public safety and public sectors with highly specialized talent and services. complete. Recently completed acquisitions include cybersecurity firm Secure Halo, legal consulting firm MTG Management Consultants, data integration service provider URL Integration, public safety consulting firm Black and Veatch Public Safety and provider of computer services Athena Advanced Networks.

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