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Triple-i Buys System Engineering and Software Services Provider

Information Innovators Inc. has acquired GoldBot Consulting Inc., a provider of geospatial, data mining and information analytics services to defense and intelligence customers. Triple-i aims for the transaction to grow its portfolio of offerings for Web services, service-oriented architecture, data mining and predictive intelligence, Triple-i said June 4. The company …

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Raytheon Buys Big Data Software Provider Visual Analytics; Lynn Dugle Comments

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has purchased big data management software provider Visual Analytics Inc. for an undisclosed amount, aiming to grow its portfolio of data sharing, visualization and analytics offerings. The acquisition also seeks to grow Raytheon’s knowledge management solutions user interface to Raytheon’s portfolio for public sector clients, Raytheon said …

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ATK Closes $315M Purchase of Caliber Company; Mark DeYoung Comments

ATK (NYSE: ATK) has completed its purchase of Caliber Company, the parent firm of hunting rifle and shotgun manufacturer Savage Sports Corp., for $315 million cash. The Arlington, Va.-based aerospace and defense company financed the deal with cash on hand and funds under an existing credit facility, ATK said Monday. …

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GovCon Wire Watches SAIC as Company Prepares for Split

One of the most significant developments in the GovCon sector of recent memory occurred in August 2012, when Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) announced its intention to split into two independent, publicly-traded companies sometime in SAIC’s 2014 fiscal year. The ramifications of the plan are still to be fully …

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Invertix, Near Infinity Complete Merger; Art Hurtado Comments

Technology firms Invertix and Near Infinity have merged to become Altamira Technologies Corporation, led by President and CEO Art Hurtado. Hurtado said Tuesday that the rebranded company will “seek to deepen and align our core capabilities around emerging requirements in big data, cyber, analytics and mobility” for customers in spaces including …

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NTT to Acquire Security Provider Solutionary; Hiroo Unoura Comments

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. has agreed to buy managed security services provider Solutionary in a move aimed to grow NTT’s cybersecurity and information and communications technology portfolios. Solutionary is intended to operate as a subsidiary when the deal closes in the third quarter of NTT’s 2013 fiscal year, NTT …

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Deloitte Acquires Investment Bank McColl Partners

Deloitte Corporate Finance has bought McColl Partners for an undisclosed sum in a move aimed at growing Deloitte’s middle-market merger-and-acquisition services and investment banking advisory portfolio. Nearly 70 McColl Partners members, including 13 managing directors, will join the Deloitte team through the transaction, the company said Monday. The addition of McColl …

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Cubic in Talks to Buy Serco’s Transportation Solutions Business

Cubic Corp. is in discussions with Serco Group plc to acquire the latter’s transportation solutions business in a move aimed at growing Cubic’s presence in the enforcement, road and traffic markets. Talks have entered the exclusive due diligence phase and Cubic intends to integrate the business into its transportation systems …

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General Dynamics Subsidiary, Sentient Form Military Surveillance Tech Team; Kevin Moore Comments

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) Mediaware subsidiary and Sentient Vision Systems Pty Ltd are partnering to create a surveillance system for helping troops identify targets in maritime and combat operations. The partnership intends to combine Mediaware’s D-VEX video system with Sentient’s Kestrel land and maritime software to help surveillance personnel analyze …

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CACI, Be Informed Partner to Offer Agencies Cloud Service; John Mengucci Comments

CACI International (NYSE:CACI) and business software maker Be Informed have started developing a cloud computing-based platform intended to help federal agencies deliver services to the public. The companies plan to build an on-site software-as-a-service system for agencies to communicate with citizens, gather stakeholder information and fulfill regulatory measures, CACI said …

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