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Bob Kipps: GovCon M&A Market Takes Turn Towards Equilibrium

Finding The New Normal Bob Kipps, Managing Director,  KippsDeSanto & Company With only 15 government services and 25 defense M&A deals announced so far this year (vs 72 for the comparable period in 2012), it may seem premature to say the M&A market’s back in equilibrium. However, it seems to …

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Wayne Lucernoni Appointed Harris IT Services Lead

Wayne Lucernoni, formerly acting president of Harris Corp.’s information technology services business unit, has been appointed to the position on a permanent basis, a company spokesman confirmed to GovCon Wire Tuesday. The 22-year company veteran will report to James Morris, president of the integrated network solutions business segment. In his …

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Bob Kipps: Early 2013 GovCon M&A in “Eye of the Storm”

Eye of the GovCon M&A Storm Bob Kipps, Managing Director, KippsDeSanto & Company After gushing throughout 2012, GovCon M&A deal announcements have slowed to a trickle thus far in 2013.  At a recent deal conference in DC last week, lenders and other transaction advisors were commenting about their lack of …

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CACI Buys Health IT, Data Analytics Firm IDL; Dan Allen Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has acquired Wisconsin-based healthcare information technology and analytics firm IDL Solutions for an undisclosed amount, CACI announced Wednesday. CACI said it made the acquisition to grow its presence in the federal healthcare market, which the company values at $33.5 billion, and complement its November acquisition of …

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CACI Completes Emergint Buy; Dan Allen, John Mengucci Comment

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has completed its acquisition of healthcare information technology firm Emergint Technologies for an undisclosed amount. CACI said it aims for the acquisition to help grow its presence in the healthcare IT market. President and CEO Dan Allen said Emergint brings established relationships with federal health organizations …

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PwC Adds Ray Group to IT Consulting Portfolio; Scott McIntyre Comments

PwC U.S. has acquired information technology and program management consulting firm Ray Group International to bolster its technology consulting and implementation offerings for public sector clients. The transaction was completed Nov. 6 and PwC did not disclose financial terms of the deal in its announcement. Former RGI CEO Ronald Ray, …

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CACI to Buy Health Data Analysis Firm; Dan Allen Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has agreed to acquire the healthcare data integration and analysis provider Emergint Technologies, with the transaction expected to close Dec. 1. CACI did not disclose the terms of the deal in its release. CACI estimates Emergint’s 2012 revenue at around $42 million and expects the transaction …

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August Brings IT Firm Buys, News of a Future Split

Acquisitions in August were mostly about information technology firms with five purchases aimed at bolstering IT operations for the new parent companies. However, the biggest news came from SAIC (NYSE: SAI) as it bought a commercial healthcare IT firm and announced a future split into two separate publicly-traded companies. Here …

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SAIC Completes $473M Health IT Consultant Buy; Joe Craver Comments

SAIC Inc. has completed its $473 million acquisition of healthcare information technology consulting firm maxIT Healthcare Holdings Inc., SAIC announced Monday. SAIC announced in July it agreed to buy the Westfield, Ind.-based firm, saying it planned to pay up to $20 million to maxIT Healthcare shareholders after the receipt of certain …

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CSC Names 27-Year IBM Veteran Mike Lawrie CEO

Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has appointed Mike Lawrie president and CEO, effective no later than March 31, CSC announced Tuesday. Lawrie, currently CEO of UK-based financial services software firm Misys, will also join CSC’s board of directors, effectively immediately. Lawrie will succeed Michael Laphen, who announced his plan to …

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