The holding company ofÂ Fairfax, Va.-based government services contractor SRA International has filed a registration statement with theÂ Securities and Exchange CommissionÂ for an initial public offering, SRA said in its filing with the SECÂ posted Wednesday.
SRAÂ CompaniesÂ is the indirect parent ofÂ SRA International and the move to go public comes nearly four years after Providence Equity Partners purchased the contractor for close to $2 billion.
The contractor reported $1.39 billion in revenue for its 2014 fiscal yearÂ thatÂ ended June 30.
SRA did not announce a date for the IPO nor aÂ stock price in its announcement of the move and the S-1 statement with the SEC pegs the company’s nominal fundraising target at $100 million.
Bank of America, Â Citigroup andÂ Merrill LynchÂ will manage the offering for SRA.