Deep Water Point buys Wolf Den Associates

22 November 2022 2 min. read

Deep Water Point, a management consultancy focusing on the federal market, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Wolf Den, a McLean, VA-based federal contractor consulting firm.

Founded in 2009, Wolf Den provides capture and proposal, strategy consulting, and transaction advisory services to more than 400 clients spanning the entire federal ecosystem. The firm’s offerings include proposal development and leadership, operational improvement, business development consulting, market research, due diligence, and pre- and post-merger integration services.

Wolf Den has a team of more than 30 professionals.

Deep Water’s acquisition of Wolf Den will enable it to “deliver full lifecycle growth support to federal contractors,” the firm said in a press release.

Deep Water Point buys Wolf Den Associates

"Federal contracting remains a competitive and complex undertaking," said Howard Seeger, founder and CEO of Deep Water Point. "By combining the immense expertise of the Deep Water Point and Wolf Den teams, we will bring unmatched experience to clients and seamlessly support their accelerated growth in the federal market."

Based in Annapolis, MD, Deep Water provides government contractors with services in business development, market intelligence, executive and strategic support, and small business evolution. The consulting firm has more than 300 professionals with functional expertise spanning the defense, intelligence, and federal civilian markets.

Deep Water is backed by Renovus Capital Partners, a Philadelphia-based private equity firm focusing on the knowledge sector.

“Deep Water Point and Wolf Den share a commitment to serving the GovCon market with integrity, trust, and collaboration," said Kimberly Pack, CEO of Wolf Den. "Our founders, Barry Landew and Kevin Robbins and I are thrilled to be joining with Deep Water Point and are excited that, together, we will provide a single resource for clients' full spectrum federal market growth objectives."

Renovus earlier this month bought the advisory practice of HBR Consulting, a legal sector consulting firm.