Gunnison Buys Federal IT Service Management Firm G2SF; Gil Dussek Quoted

Gunnison Buys Federal IT Service Management Firm G2SF; Gil Dussek Quoted
Gil Dussek CEO Gunnison Consulting Group

Gunnison Consulting Group has acquired Global Solutions & Services Frameworks for an undisclosed sum to expand its information technology service management, mobile computing and cybersecurity capabilities in the federal government services market. 

G2SF supports defense and civilian agencies by delivering ITSM, cybersecurity engineering and management, IT engineering and integration and mobility engineering and management support services, Gunnison said Thursday. 

“The G2SF acquisition is part of a deliberate, strategic transformation for Gunnison, immediately adding complementary capabilities and greater scale with access to a new customer set,” said Gunnison CEO Gil Dussek

“This deal aligns with our modernization strategy and we remain focused on improving critical government programs, while driving long-term innovation to meet evolving customer demands,” Gussek added. 

Alexandria, Virginia-based Gunnison provides software development, ITSM, data analytics, enterprise system testing and cybersecurity services to federal government clients. 

Holland & Knight advised Gunnison on the deal’s legal aspect. Evergreen Advisors Capital and DLA Piper respectively served as financial and legal advisers to G2SF.

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