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Informatica Enters $5.3B Cash Buyout Deal

Informatica (NASDAQ: INFA) has agreed to be acquired by a Permira Advisers–Canada Pension Plan Investment Board alliance for approximately $5.3 billion, or $48.75 per share in cash, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The transaction will take the California-based data management software company private and marks the biggest U.S. leveraged …

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Brian Brackeen: Kairos Adds Emotion Analytics Offering with IMRSV Acquisition

Kairos has bought emotion analysis technology firm IMRSV for an undisclosed amount in a move to integrate the IMRSV platform into Kairos’ facial biometrics portfolio. “The acquisition helps us achieve our goal of delivering enterprise quality tools to developers and making facial biometrics and emotion analysis accessible to all, ” …

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Richard Montoni: Maximus Wraps Up Acentia Purchase

Maximus (NYSE: MMS) has closed its $300 million cash purchase of Acentia to add technology products and service offerings to Maximus’ federal portfolio. “The acquired client relationships and contract vehicles serve as an additional growth platform for our U.S. federal business, ” Richard Montoni, CEO of Maximus and an inductee …

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Motorola Solutions Buys PublicEngines for Intelligence-Led Policing; Bob Schassler Comments

Motorola Solutions (NYSE: MSI) has further added to its public safety portfolio with the acquisition of PublicEngines, a Utah-based provider of citizen engagement and public safety products for government and law enforcement agencies. “The acquisition of PublicEngines reinforces Motorola Solutions’ commitment to helping our customers implement intelligence-led strategies that deter crime and improve outcomes, ” Bob Schassler, …

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CACI Adds LTC Engineering Associates to C4ISR Portfolio; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International (NYSE:CACI) moved to grow its C4ISR offerings with the purchase of technical products and services provider LTC Engineering Associates for an undisclosed sum. Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI and an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 list for 2015, said Wednesday the company aims to further its national security …

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Bill Ballhaus: SRA to Purchase Qbase Assets for Health IT, Homeland Security Push

SRA International has agreed to acquire a portion of Qbase‘s government services business for an undisclosed sum in a push to expand work with homeland security, law enforcement and healthcare government agencies. SRA said Tuesday it expects to complete the acquisition by April and the assets it will purchase encompass information technology and professional services. Qbase is a privately-held software …

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Camber Forms Subsidiary for Unmanned Systems Business; Phil Nolan Comments

Camber Corp. has formed a new subsidiary called Unmanned Systems Innovation to support its expansion into the unmanned systems market, alongside its mentorship program and partnerships with government agencies and academia in the field. “It is our intent to be at the forefront of testing technologies and capabilities needed to fully integrate …

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Arrow Electronics Closes immixGroup Buy

Arrow Electronics (NYSE:ARW) has completed its purchase of immixGroup in a move to grow Arrow’s presence in the government information technology market. McLean, Virginia-based immixGroup works with IT product and service providers, channel partners and value-added resellers to help them deliver offerings to public sector clients, Arrow Electronics said Tuesday. …

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RBC Bearings to Purchase Dover’s Sargent A&D Business; Michael Hartnett Comments

RBC Bearings has agreed to acquire Dover Corp.‘s (NYSE: DOV) Sargent Aerospace & Defense subsidiary for $500 million. Michael Hartnett, RBC Bearings chairman, president and CEO, said Thursday the acquisition is intended to complement the company’s manufacturing and design processes. Oxford, Connecticut-based RBC Bearings manufactures plain, roller and ball bearings …

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Accenture Closes Agilex Buy; David Moskovitz Comments

Accenture’s (NYSE: ACN) federal services subsidiary has wrapped up the purchase of Agilex Technologies in a move to grow its analytics, cloud and mobility offerings for federal agency clients. David Moskovitz, Accenture Federal Services CEO, said Thursday the company intends for the acquisition to help “federal clients make the digital transformation …

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