Poarch Band Acquires Technical and Professional Services Contractor to Federal and DoD Clients

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has purchased Integrated Federal Solutions (IFS), a federal government support services contractor with a 12-year history. The Reston, Virgina-based company provides acquisition support, data analytics and program management to clients like the Department of Defense. It’s also a past recipient of the Department of Homeland Security’s Small Business of the Year for its outstanding acquisition and program support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Integrated Federal Solutions will remain a standalone business and operate under the direction of the economic development division of the Tribe, Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority (CIEDA). 

“Integrated Federal Solutions will be an excellent counterpart to our growing federal and DoD support initiatives, and we are excited to add them to our portfolio of companies,” said Stephanie A. Bryan, Tribal Chair and CEO, Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

Tribal Chair Bryan echoed, “We are looking forward to having a National Capital Region presence along with multiple prime federal agency contracts as a basis of our future growth.”

Nicholas (Nick) Dunn, CEO, and Mark Henderson, Vice-President, will remain in their existing IFS leadership roles. IFS professionals, clients, and partner firms will see no change in business operations, states a Tribal press release 

“The acquisition of IFS by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians further strengthens the Tribe’s campaign to support the federal government, and we are proud to become an entity that will support growth across federal agencies and the DoD for years to come,” said Dunn. “IFS will continue to provide the same services and dedication to our clients, and we expect great things in the future of IFS.”




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