Walter Batson: Camber Eyes Federal Growth Through Buy of Avaya Gov’t IT Services Arm

acquisitionCamber Corp. has closed its acquisition of Avaya Government Solutions‘ information technology consulting services business.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed and the transaction gives Camber access to new IT contract vehicles, Camber said Monday.

Avaya Government Solutions holds positions on Alliant, Eagle II and U.S. Postal Service enterprise IT indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quality contracts.

Walter Batson, Camber CEO, said the company aims to expand its presence in the defense, intelligence and civil government sectors through the acquisition.

The purchase is also intended to grow Camber’s enterprise architecture and software engineering portfolio designed for federal customers.

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