"Government IT" Posts

Government IT Services, DevSecOps Acquisition: Sev1Tech Buys Geocent

The Sev1Tech-Geocent M&A deal will deliver DevSecOps (development, security & operations) and cybersecurity services into the government market.

Island Empire, Neural Investments Acquire Government IT Consulting Firm DigitalSpec

DSPEC of Fairfax, Virginia, is an IT and digital solutions firm that works with federal and commercial clients around the United States and in the greater Washington, D.C. area.

Document Storage Systems Acquires Government IT Provider SBG Technology Solutions

Document Storage Systems (DSS), a health information technology (HIT) solutions provider, has acquired SBG Technology Solutions.

Private Equity Firm Acquires Government Services Company MCR

Private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners acquires government software services company MCR.

Government IT Acquisition: Huntington Ingalls Buys Alion Science and Technology For $1.65B

Huntington Ingalls Industries has acquired Alion Science and Technology for $1.65 billion and expects significant growth to come.

PE Firms Veritas Capital and Evergreen Coast Capital Acquire Cubic Corp For $2.8 Billion

Private equity firms Veritas Capital and Evergreen Coast Capital acquired San Diego, California-based government IT contractor Cubic Corp.

The Carlyle Group Acquires, Merges Two Government IT Solutions Providers

The Carlyle Group buys IST Research & Two Six Labs. Merged business, called Two Six Technologies, offers government IT & cybersecurity services.

Peraton, Backed By Veritas Capital, Acquires Perspecta

Peraton, backed by private equity firm Veritas Capital, has acquired government IT consulting firm Perspecta for $7.1 billion.

General Dynamics Acquires Government IT Contractor CSRA

General Dynamics acquires government IT contractor CSRA forĀ $9.6 billion — a valuation of roughly 12.1 times adjusted EBITDA based on CSRA’s fiscal 2017 results. 2018 results are pending.

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Government IT: U.S. States Abandon CapEx Data Centers

If you’re a government IT solutions provider, building or upgrading data centers that U.S. states own and manage sounds like a fading business model.