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Calibre Buys Fusion Technology in Federal Market Expansion Push; Joe Martore Comments

acquisition,  mergerManagement consulting and information technology services contractor Calibre Systems has purchased Reston, Virginia-based Fusion Technology for an undisclosed amount as part of Calibre’s portfolio diversification efforts.

Fusion Technology works with intelligence community clients to help them create enterprise talent management applications and instructional systems, Calibre said Friday.

Calibre President and CEO Joe Martore said the company aims to diversify its government services portfolio and complement Fusion’s offerings in a push to support clients across the federal civilian, defense and intelligence sectors.

The deal comes a year after Calibre acquired and integrated the health and defense information technology businesses of Information Management Consultants into a single information management consulting unit.

Tysons, Virginia-based investment bank KippsDeSanto & Co. represented Fusion and IMC in both transactions with Calibre.

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