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Lockheed Completes Systems Made Simple Buy

acquisitionLockheed Martin has completed its acquisition of health information technology provider Systems Made Simple for an undisclosed amount as part of a strategy to grow government health IT offerings.

The acquisition opens for Lockheed business opportunities with an IT modernization contract vehicle Systems Made Simple holds with the Department of Veterans Affairs,  Lockheed said Tuesday.

Nearly 430 employees of Syracuse, New York-based Systems Made Simple will join Lockheed.

Lockheed agreed to acquire Systems Made Simple in October.

Systems Made Simple provides health data analytics, data center operation, health data management and health system interoperability services to VA.

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