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Salient Fed Buys App Software Developer, Gains Contract Spots; Brad Antle, Bill Parker Comment

Brad Antle

Salient Federal Solutions has acquired application software developer LIST Innovative Solutions Inc. and now covers 90 percent of its contract base with prime federal software or application development contracts.

The Fairfax, Va.-based federal information technology and engineering contractor said it also added positions on blanket purchase agreements with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and the Patent and Trademark Office through the pick up.

In addition to application development, LIST operates strategic consulting, operations management and validation business areas.

Salient singled out LIST’s work with civilian agencies and solutions in case management, commercial-off-the-shelf and government-off-the-shelf integration, personnel security systems and benefit systems in its release.

“The acquisition of LIST directly supports Salient’s mission to provide the IT, engineering and analysis services that our customers need most, ” Salient CEO Brad Antle said.

Bill Parker

“Because LIST focuses on agencies that are self-funded and support essential needs, we expect their funding will have great resiliency, added Bill Parker, Salient COO.

Antle spoke with GovCon Wire in April about his company’s focus on expanding its footprint in the civilian market after its acquisition of ATSC Corp.

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