AC4S acquired by Hawaiian company

Tampa-based Advanced C4 Solutions Inc. (AC4S), a C4, professional support, cyberspace operations and mission support services company for federal agencies, has been acquired by Hui Huliau, a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) headquartered on the island of Oahu.

The deal closed in the final days of December 2018. Terms were not disclosed.

AC4S customers include the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency, U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Special Operations Command and Department of Homeland Security.

“We are very excited about this transaction. We’ve always wanted to be a ‘Platform company’ to build off of and this transaction gives us that opportunity,” said Hugh Campbell, founder of AC4S. “While the Federal Government currently has its challenges (with the partial shutdown), we believe that this transaction will ultimately be of great benefit to our public sector customers.”

The management team and employees of AC4S remain intact.

AC4S is the newest addition to the Hui Huliau family of companies. Other subsidiaries include International Construction Inc., KAYA Associates Inc., Pono Aina Management LLC and Hui Huliau Staffing LLC.

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