Quotient Buys ECG in Federal Sector Expansion Push; Jodi Lare Quoted

Jeff Brody

Columbia, Md.-based technology services contractor Quotient has acquired Eden Consulting Group for an undisclosed sum.

ECG was established in 1996 and provides program and project management, risk management, coaching and mentoring, quality assurance, training support and earned value management support services to federal agencies and companies, Quotient said Friday.

Quotient will operate ECG as a wholly owned subsidiary. David Eden, president and CEO of ECG, will continue to lead the acquired company's team.

"The addition of ECG brings increased Project Management experience to Quotient," said Quotient CEO Jodi Lare. "Quotient's acquisition of ECG is another important step in executing our strategy of expanding our service offerings and growing our multi-agency presence.”

Lare added ECG’s customer relationships will help drive Quotient’s growth in the federal space and strengthen efforts in delivering mission-critical platforms.

Bowie & Jensen and SC&H Capital respectively served as Quotient’s legal and financial advisers in the transaction.

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