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M&A Activity – DynCorp International acquires Phoenix Consulting Group

Yesterday, DynCorp International Inc. subsidiary DynCorp International LLC announced that it has completed the acquisition of Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. DynCorp International will now be able to provide proprietary training courses and management consulting and augmentation services to the intelligence community through the Phoenix Training Center.

The acquisition allows DynCorp International to expand its training and service offerings to include highly specialized and proprietary training courses to experienced professionals in the intelligence, counterintelligence, special operations and law enforcement communities. It will also offer strategic, professional, and technical advisory and support services to government and military organizations.

“I am very pleased we have completed this important acquisition, which demonstrates our focus on accelerating growth, expanding service offerings and penetrating new segments, ” said DynCorp International President and CEO William L. Ballhaus. “We look forward to integrating the skills and services offered by Phoenix, which will enable DynCorp International to extend its ability to deliver compelling services to the intelligence community and other national security clients.”

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