San Diego-Based Big Data Firm Opens Reston Office

by Fatimah Waseem August 14, 2018 at 2:30 pm 6 Comments

BigBear, Inc., a San Diego-based big data and analytics firm, has opened an office in Reston. The company signed a three-year lease for 2,600 square feet of office space at 12007 Sunrise Valley Drive. BigBear, Inc. has another office in Charlottesville and plans to keep its headquarters in San Diego, Ca.

In a statement, the company said its revenue grew by more than 220 percent last year and could gain an additional 50 percent by the end of the year.

“By having our senior technology experts and engineers located near our customers, it enables the kind of close collaboration that is required to provide the high-level mission-critical support we deliver,” wrote Frank Porcelli, the company’s CEO in a statement. “We look forward to continuing to bring the incredible cost savings and productivity-enhancing benefits of our platform and expert team to more customers throughout the defense and intelligence communities.”

The company creates private, secure cloud environments that help organizations complete big data computing, machine learning, and decisionmaking. It specializes in cloud computing, big data analytics, machine learning, biotech and life science, and data mining and systems engineering.

Photo via BigBear Inc.

  • Greg

    Big data; little office.

    • 30yearsinreston

      Big ego and hype,little innovation

      Just another government contractor

  • Peanut

    Good news. Great to see more jobs in the Reston area. Hopefully they keep up their growth. They might end up needing some of that space in Reston Crescent!

  • 24x7x363.5

    Just my thouhts here, BigBear could save RA millions in lawsuits while securing membership records at the same time; I meant to say the client server architecture that we currently rely on could be easily compromised by non-state actors. We need to act fast and swiftly,

    ” creates private, secure cloud environments that help organizations complete big data computing, machine learning, and decisionmaking”

    I think we cal all agree anything is better than what we have now, despite recent “improvements”

    • Greg

      Lawsuits are one thing, and the RA finally hired in-house counsel, but the money Cate Fulkerson caused to be wasted on the most dysfunctional RA IT and useless websites (yes, more than one)? How much was that? Millions? Let’s look at those budgets and see (if, of course, you can find them on the RA website).

    • 30yearsinreston

      So called ‘cloud’ environments utilize client server architecture
      The essential property of ‘cloud’ architecture is outsourcing and not owning any computing substrate
      IBM invented timesharing and outsourcing over 50 years ago
      No new ideas, just new acronyms and new engineers

      BTW outsourced computers can be hacked as easily as inhouse facilities

      You arent a outsourcing salesman are you ?


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