Morrison Foerster advised eTelligent Group (“eTel”) in connection with strategic investment from IMB Partners (“IMB”), a leading middle market private equity firm specializing in utility, industrial, and government contracting services (“GovCon”). IMB today announced its strategic investment in eTel, which is a premier provider of emerging technologies and program management solutions to the U.S. Government.
Founded in 2005, eTel has been leading the enterprise-wide transformation of critical business systems by managing the implementation and engineering of emerging technologies. Today, the company delivers digital transformation services primarily to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), utilizing capabilities that include agile software development, DevSecOps, IT Program Management Office (“PMO”), cybersecurity, web services, and big data. eTel has become a principal thought leader and solutions evangelist to the IRS, now positioned as the second-most active prime contractor on the IRS IT-EPMSS BPA contract vehicle.
The MoFo team advising eTel was led by Washington, D.C., partner Damien Specht and Denver partner Tyler Sewell, together with Los Angeles associate Kelly Kan and San Francisco associate Emily Voytas.
The wider team included Washington, D.C., labor partner Andrew Turnbull; New York tax partner Dave Sturgeon; Boston privacy partner Julie O’Neill; New York securities litigation partner Michal Birnbaum; Phoenix executive compensation of counsel Bucky Swift; and associates David Papas, Lauren Keller, Arton Falahati, Wendy Chu, John O’Neill, Annalisa Cooper, Nicole Giles, William Lane, Locke Bell, Eric Gebert, Alissandra McCann, and Markus Speidel.