Barbaricum Opens Regional Hub to Support Government Contracts
This investment in Ohio will support the company’s work with the National Air and Space Intelligence Center and the Wright-Patterson area.
Published: Wed Aug 04 2021
Company Name: Barbaricum, LLC
Industry Sector: Technology and Military & Federal
Company Profile: Focused in cyber/intel, integrated communications, and mission support, Barbaricum has a wealth of experience delivering technology-driven, human-engineered solutions since 2008. As a Veteran-owned small business, Barbaricum is passionate about delivering what’s right for government clients and bringing a deep understanding of the mission to the R&D cycle. This sense of duty and drive for mission success is inspired by the company’s culture of service and performance, as well as influenced by more than 40% of staff who either have or are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Company Website: barbaricum.com
Type of Project: New Location
- Jobs committed: 80
- Types of jobs: Desired areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, cyber and intelligence, software and cloud engineering, OSINT and PAI, DevSecOps, GEOINT, data science and analysis, strategic communication, marketing and advertising, media analysis, brand management, acquisition and procurement, rapid prototyping and development, acquisition and procurement, information technology, special operations, logistics, and Palantir.
Barbaricum sought to open a regional hub to support defense efforts and contracts. It needed a location close to current and prospective clients.
I am very familiar with the solutions needed by NASIC [National Air and Space Intelligence Center] and the Wright-Patterson area, and frankly, I’ve yet to find another company that is so well equipped to deliver the specific technology and innovation required to achieve long-term success here.
- Mike Engle -
Executive Vice President, Barbaricum
Barbaricum will open its newest regional office near Dayton which is anchored in defense expertise by Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB). This investment in Ohio will support the company’s work with the National Air and Space Intelligence Center and contracts within the Wright-Patterson area.
Ohio’s federal and military installations play a key role in critical defense missions. Over 3,260 military and defense contractors fulfill more than 291,000 contracts in Ohio.
Whether it’s hypersonic technology or Advanced Air Mobility, Ohio features some of the most advanced aerospace installations in the country. Ohio, designated by the Department of Defense as a Defense Manufacturing Community, is partnering with our Air Force research labs to lead the third revolution in flight.
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