LCG, Inc. and LCG Systems Merge, Operations Reorganized Under New COO

LCG, Inc. and LCG Systems Merge, Operations Reorganized Under New COO

ROCKVILLE, Md. (October 20, 2014) – LCG, Inc., a leading grants management firm, and LCG Systems, its technology solutions division, announced today that the two organizations have merged under the global brand of LCG. Additionally, Raymond C. Tye has been named as the company’s new chief operating officer, tasked with aligning and overseeing joint operations and business development initiatives.

Federal agencies today need easy and direct access to comprehensive solutions and expertise that is adaptable to new and emerging mission requirements. The combined organization is well positioned to allow federal agencies to leverage its world-class solutions and thought leadership in grants and program management, technology, and scientific research.

“As an organization, we are always striving to stay ahead of our customers’ needs and we believe that by combining forces we’ll be able to provide the end-to-end capability and agile performance that government agencies demand in this marketplace,” said LCG president and chief executive officer, Conrad Kenley.

LCG works with clients throughout the federal government, including the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

According to newly appointed COO, Raymond C. Tye, “Merging the two organizations not only helps us better serve our customers, it also enables us to provide enhanced career development opportunities for our very talented staff. We  are refocusing efforts around  our merged strengths and the successful track records from both companies, allowing us to aggressively expand our strategic and technology footprints in key target markets. This reorganization delivers a highly competitive and differentiated approach to solving a broader spectrum of challenging issues that our clients are facing.”

Tye brings more than 25 years of experience integrating operational excellence with business development to his new role. He has held senior leadership positions throughout the public and technology sectors, including Constellation West, USIS, and Booz Allen Hamilton. Tye is a United States Marines Corps veteran,  with over 20 years of service before retiring in 2000.

LCG will continue to operate out of its headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, as well as its Rosslyn, Virginia office. As part of the merger, LCG plans to expand its recruitment throughout the organization.