H.I.G. wrapped up the acquisition one day after the completion of the investment firm’s $20-per-share tender offer for the Reston, Virginia-based contractor.
Rick Rosen, an H.I.G. executive managing director, said in a statement released Tuesday he believes NCI will continue its efforts to provide differentiated technology platforms to federal clients.
NCI employs approximately 2,000 employees worldwide and maintains a portfolio of enterprise technology and service offerings for defense, intelligence, healthcare and civilian agencies.