Former BTG execs join IntelliSys Tech

Four former BTG Inc. executives who attempted a buyout in January of BTG's product business have become officers and owners of IntelliSys Technology Corp., a Fairfax, Va.-based network integrator.

The four executives—- Paul Collins, Brian Nightingale, Scott Reynolds and Steve Schlosser—- tried to buy the products division for $28 million rather than see it sold to Government Technology Services Inc., but the bid was unsuccessful, and they later resigned.

Now, the same four have invested an undisclosed amount of money in IntelliSys, a 14-year-old company with which BTG has frequently worked, said Collins, who is senior vice president in charge of strategy and marketing. "[After leaving BTG] we discovered a very strong interest on the part of ourselves and most of our employees in staying together and keeping our skills consolidated," Collins said.

IntelliSys earns about $30 million annually providing network management and intranet-related services. The company's federal business includes a General Services Administration schedule and the National Institutes of Health's Electronic Computer Store II contract.

Along with Collins, Nightingale, Reynolds and Schlosser, about 30 former BTG employees have joined IntelliSys, bringing the company to about 75 employees. Nightingale will serve as senior vice president in charge of civilian government business, Reynolds is senior vice president for Defense Department business, and Schlosser is senior vice president for services.

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