John Vollmer: Amentum Seeks Differentiation With Domain Knowledge, Tech Offerings

John Vollmer
John Vollmer

John Vollmer, CEO of Amentum and five-time Wash100 inductee, has said the company is looking to update its technology platforms and combine these with multiple services that are intended to help government and commercial customers address missions, the Washington Business Journal reported Thursday.

Amentum is AECOM‘s former management services business that relaunched as an independent company when investment firms American Securities and Lindsay Goldberg completed their $2.4B joint acquisition of that group earlier this week.

The Germantown, Md.-based company seeks to further its mission-related work in the intelligence sector where it has established a presence while it was still operating under AECOM.

“We have to differentiate ourselves with better solutions, better processes, better technology,” Vollmer told  the BizJournal in an interview.

“If we leverage that into our domain knowledge, that will be a game-changer.”

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