Thread about a fascinating DOD contractor specifically mentioned by Peter Strzok. Buckle up.

Peter Strzok has this inconspicuous text on September 14, 2016. it says “I cancelled my trip to Mission Ridge today….”
What is Mission Ridge? Well it turns out there is an office park in Chantilly Virginia with buildings called Mission Ridge I & II.

In 2010, the FBI was looking for a new headquarters to house the cyber-intelligence department. And they seriously considered getting this place, but ultimately decided against it. [1]

Well the building(s) ended up being home to a private company called Integrity Applications Incorporated.


What does IAI do? “an engineering and software services and solutions company…primarily supporting the intelligence community and other civil, defense and intelligence customers with a focus on Government space and intelligence surveillance recon systems activities”


OK, so private contractor, working with the intelligence community, experience with surveillance….sounds a lot like the activities mentioned in the FISA 702 abuse report. Read this for more info:


The Uncovering – Mike Rogers’ Investigation, Section 702 FISA… John Carlin was an Assistant Attorney General – and Head of the Department of Justice’s National Security Division (NSD). On September 27, 2016, Carlin announced his resignation. [2]

Lets look at who paid these guys and how much shall we?
Ssince 2008, IAI has been paid over $187 MILLION by the US Govt! And the bulk of that was in the past 3 years!! The contracts jumped up precipitously in 2015.
The vast majority of those contracts were from the DOD. So then why was Strzok (FBI) visiting them?
Private contractor who specializes in “surveillance” and works with the intelligence community paid $41 MIL in 2016 by DOD and Strzok specifically mentions visiting them in Sept 2016. Curious?
– Well, who is behind Integrity Applications Incorporated? It’s a subsidiary of Pacific Defense Solutions, LLC founded in 2006. Now interestingly, Pacific Defense Solutions bills itself as a wholly owned subsidiary of Integrity Applications Incorporated. All BoD members served in Contract and Services Acquisition positions for the DoD before founding Integrity Applications Incorporated. Now, deep search who they are. The answers will fascinate. Also note the Hawaii base of operations.
Mr. Joseph L. Brickey, also known as Joe, co-founded Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI) in 1999 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Brickey served as President of Integrity Applications Incorporated. He is a systems engineering and program management specialist with an expertise in conceiving, developing and transitioning state of the art capabilities to operational users. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, a certified DoD Acquisition professional and a recognized expert in the field of Automated Spectral Processing. He serves as Chairman of the Board for Integrity Applications Incorporated. Mr. Brickey obtained his Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee and his graduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology. [3]
Steven M. Wear Board Member and Founder Steven M. Wear Board Member and Founder Steve Wear is a member of IAI’s Board of Directors, and a co-founder of the Company. During his career, Steve provided systems engineering and program management expertise supporting the procurement and acquisition of several highly-advanced satellite systems. Steve has an M.S. in Imaging Science from Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He is a certified DoD acquisition professional and a Senior Member of the IEEE. Steve is also a veteran of both the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Coast Guard. [4]
Mr. Kenneth A. Abeloe, also known as Ken, co-founded Integrity Applications Incorporated in 1999 and serves as its Chief Information Officer, Senior Vice President and Secretary. Mr. Abeloe is responsible for the introduction and implementation of IAI IT infrastructure and new technologies. He also leads the IAI strategic research and development emphasizing web services integration, geospatial data fusion, and precision strike concepts. Mr. Abeloe serves as Director of Integrity Applications Incorporated. He is an expert in the design, development and delivery of cutting edge software products and services. Mr. Abeloe is a Physics graduate from the University of California at San Diego. [5]
Paul J. Frommelt Board Member and Founder Paul J. Frommelt Board Member and Founder Paul Frommelt is a member of IAI’s Board of Directors, and a co-founder of the Company. Paul is an expert in the acquisition, planning, design, development, engineering, and operation of complex sensor platforms and associated ground systems. He has performed high level systems analysis, source selections, system audits, software process improvement assessments, and technical evaluations in support of multiple program acquisition efforts. Paul is a U.S. Air Force Academy graduate with a degree in Astronautical Engineering. He has an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from San Jose State. [6]
Michael L. Rhodes – Senior Vice President & Chief Strategist Senior Vice President & Chief Strategist, Mike Rhodes Mike Rhodes is IAI’s Senior Vice President and Chief Strategist. As a member of IAI’s Board, Mike is responsible for providing overall strategic leadership Company-wide. As SVP and Chief Strategist, Mike is responsible for creating, communicating, executing, and sustaining IAI’s strategic goals and initiatives. Mike also provides SETA support to various compartmentalized Government ISR programs. Mike is an expert in program management, space systems acquisition and spacecraft engineering. He has over 26 years of high technology program management/acquisition experience with 16 years driving the state-of-the-art in space and airborne ISR systems. During his 12 years of NRO government service and 7 years of SETA service to the NRO, he directed or provided leadership support across IMINT’s legacy, EIS, Future Imagery Architecture (FIA), and next-generation spacecraft programs. Mike received his B.S. in Astronautical Engineering from the USAF Academy in 1979 and his M.B.A. in Finance from Wright State University, OH in 1982. [7]
– Bet they bypassed Governmental ContractingCodes for BiddingProcess. Please note the money, too…late 2016 Obama opened Tech Visa’s for Students. We must keep the #AwanBrothers Wives, Debbie WS, Kaine, McAukiff, &… in mind, too.
– My questions: Did DNC, Clinton Foundation, or Perkins Coie make any payments to this contractor, for work not spelled out and budgeted on Fed contracts database? If so, what work was performed?

Arlington Capital acquires IAI, eyes combo with Xebec

Private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners has acquired defense and intelligence community IT contractor Integrity Applications Inc. and plans to subsequently combine IAI with fellow federal market portfolio company Xebec. Terms of the acquisition of IAI were not disclosed. Its co-founders Paul Frommelt, Steven Wear and Kenneth Abelowe “participated in the recapitalization and will remain involved in IAI’s strategic growth initiatives in the future,” Arlington Capital and IAI said Wednesday. Founded in 1999, IAI provides engineering and software services to intelligence, civilian and defense customers with a focus on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems activities. The company is headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, and has employees in at least eight other states. [8]