CACI will use the acquisition to increase its cybersecurity offerings and intelligence community presence.
Maryland-based Pangia specializes in computer network operations, mission systems, software and systems engineering and IT infrastructure support.
Among other offerings, it develops applications and designs and develops broadly-based software and system security architecture. The company generated calendar year 2010 revenue of $18.7 million and has 110 employees.
“The acquisition of Pangia Technologies is particularly important to CACI’s focus on building our business in the vitally important area of cybersecurity, ” said CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “Pangia’s technology and demonstrated success in solving difficult intelligence problems will help us continue to meet the strong demand for high-value cybersecurity solutions that are essential to our nation’s security.”