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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the driver behind the recent name change of Vencore, the parent company of ACS?

Vencore, previously known as The SI Organization, Inc., changed its name in response to various acquisitions the company has recently made. In addition to ACS, these acquisitions include PhaseOne Communications and QinetiQ North America. Each of the acquired companies has a diverse set of capabilities, which when combined resulted in the need for a new brand that is representative and inclusive of the full suite of unique solutions and services that Vencore has to offer.

The Vencore name was inspired by Latin words denoting respect and the word "core". It underscores that our collective, cutting-edge innovations in engineering, cyber security, data analytics, communications and technology are at the center of our customers’ core mission.

Additional information on Vencore can be found at vencore.com.

What is Vencore’s history and what more does the company do?

Vencore is a proven provider of information solutions, engineering and analytics for the U.S. Government. With more than 40 years of experience working in the defense, civilian and intelligence communities, Vencore designs, develops and delivers high impact, mission-critical services and solutions to overcome its customers' most complex problems. The combined enterprise has 4,800 employees, and is headquartered in Chantilly, Va.

What does ACS do in the Commercial sector?
ACS fully applies its distinguished world class research, consulting and engineering to help commercial enterprises and utilities around the globe fully exploit the future of communications.  This expertise is delivered to a wide range of commercial enterprises across numerous communications-intensive industry verticals; including communications carriers, power utilities, avionics suppliers, financial entities and consumer electronics providers.
How active is ACS in industry standards groups?
The historic role our subject matter experts have had in industry standards groups  is both strong and visionary.  This impact is underscored by our senior positions across the industry’s most influential organizations, including IEEE, ATIS, 3GPP, Small Cell Forum, OIDA, ETSI, SAE and ZigBee, amongst other groups.

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