Illuminate names Tameika Hollis as president
On April 12, Herndon, VA-based Illuminate announced a range of growth-driven developments. These activities and initiatives, which have positioned the company for continued expansion of its key capabilities, are outlined below.
Illuminate named Tameika Hollis as president of the company. Hollis brings more than two decades of experience as an executive in operations, strategy, business development, and engineering, overseeing both large and small organizations. Illuminate has seen significant growth and transformation with Hollis as its chief operating officer and the company looks forward to her continued leadership and vision. Prior to joining Illuminate, she worked at Northrop Grumman, where she spent 17 years in positions of progressively increasing responsibility, culminating in her role as vice president.
Scott Crane joined Illuminate as chief financial officer. Crane brings more than 24 years of leadership experience in the federal services sector to Illuminate. He has spent the past 10 years in CFO roles for private-equity-backed companies. He couples his financial management acumen with early-career experience in software development, consulting, and business development to bring a unique perspective to Illuminate.
Illuminate was selected by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as an awardee on the Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise III (SITE III) contract vehicle. SITE III is a $12.6 billion, 10-year federal contract for the delivery of IT and technical support services to DIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Illuminate was selected (i) directly in the unrestricted category and (ii) together with its joint venture partner Preting Consulting, in the small business category.
Illuminate has been selected as an awardee on Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) Capabilities Contract (CAPCON) IDIQ, a $450 million, 8-year, unrestricted federal contract for engineering services. Illuminate secured a prime award on the United State Air Force (USAF) Eglin-Wide Agile Acquisition Contract (EWAAC) IDIQ. This is a 10-yr IDIQ with a $46 billion ceiling focused on digital acquisitions, agile processes, open system architecture, and enterprise analytics for the entire Eglin enterprise.
Tameika Hollis, president of Illuminate, said, “With our additional capital, contract awards, and a clear strategy to serve our mission-focused defense and commercial clients, we are enthusiastic about our prospects for the remainder of 2022 and beyond.”
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