The Gazette: Contract Wins, Acquisition Help Colorado Springs Defense Contractor Bounce Back from Pandemic

Recent contract wins and acquisitions helped Vectrus make a big comeback from the COVID-19 pandemic in the second quarter with surging revenue and profits, the Colorado Springs-based defense contractor said Tuesday. Revenue during the April-to-June quarter jumped more than 40% from a year ago to nearly $471 million. Profits soared more than 14 times during the same …

STEM Workforce Diversity: Voci Utilizes Her Marketing Experience to Support the Vectrus Engineering Team

Spring 2021 As a solutions architect at Vectrus, every day is different for Kelly Voci. “I work with our engineering, marketing and business development teams to deliver engineering technologies and energy solutions to our customers,” she explains. “I leverage our engineering team’s expertise and customer interactions to understand customer requirements and price solutions, and to …

Washington Exec: Top 15 General Counsels to Watch in 2021: Kevin Boyle

By Amanda Ziadeh Innovating government from within so services and processes can be more efficient requires more than emerging technologies and IT modernization strategies. It requires compliance, reporting and regulations that don’t often make the headlines, but nonetheless make it all possible. With every proposal, contract award or technology, GovCon in-house lawyers make sure the …

The Gazette: Colorado Springs companies finding 2021 much better to bottom line

Two December acquisitions helped Colorado Springs-based defense contractor Vectrus boost revenue and profits sharply during the first quarter, the company reported Monday. Vectrus acquired HHB Systems, a Virginia-based defense contractor specializing in systems engineering and technical assistance that employs more than 50 people, and Zenetex, another Virginia defense contractor that specializes in providing management and technology services for …

Inside Defense: Vectrus CEO says company sees opportunity to grow work with Navy in INDOPACOM region

By Marjorie Censer / March 15, 2021 at 11:50 AM ​​​​​​​The chief executive of Vectrus said this month the company is optimistic it will be able to expand its work through the Army’s Logistics Civil Augmentation program in the Indo-Pacific Command region, particularly with the Navy. In an interview with Inside Defense, Chuck Prow said he can’t discuss …

The Gazette: Colorado Springs defense contractor earnings, revenue up despite COVID issues

By Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com Vectrus finished last year with small increases in revenue and profits despite delays in contract work resulting from COVID-19 pandemic-related restrictions that kept some of its employees off of overseas military bases. And the future looks much brighter for the Colorado Springs-based military contractor, which nearly doubled its contract backlog to a …

Washington Technology: Vectrus touts clear vision for a 5G strategy

By Ross Wilkers Vectrus’ push to be a leading provider of tech-enabled and converged infrastructure provider to the government includes 5G and the company sees that technology trend increasingly being embedded into client expectations. During last year’s fourth quarter, Vectrus was awarded a three-year prime contract to help the Navy develop a 5G-enabled “smart warehouse” at its …

GovConWire: Chuck Prow, President & CEO of Vectrus, Named to 2021 Wash100 for Securing Major Contracts; Driving Company Growth

By William McCormick Executive Mosaic is honored to present Chuck Prow, president and CEO of Vectrus, as a 2021 Wash100 Award recipient for his notable leadership that enabled the company to win massive contract awards in support of U.S. service branches, as well as drive growth efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. This marks Prow’s seventh Wash100 Award. He received his 2020 …

Naval Technology: Vectrus wins contract for Naval Base Coronado 5G Smart Warehouse

Vectrus Systems has secured a prime contract for the US Department of Defense (DoD) Naval Base Coronado (NBC) 5G Smart Warehouse. Under the contract, Vectrus will be responsible for delivering support services, such as inventory management, network security, robotic material movement, as well as environmental sensing capabilities. The support being offered at NBS is part …

Washington Exec: Top 25 Execs to Watch in 2021: Chuck Prow

By Amanda Ziadeh Chuck Prow, CEO and President, Vectrus Like what many companies experienced this year, the global pandemic changed the course of Vectrus in 2020. With 80% of its business executed outside of the continental U.S., and nearly all of its contracts deemed critical infrastructure, Vectrus has been on the front lines of supporting …