Included here are the Most Viewed Merger & Acquisition items for 2019, based on metrics from the G2X Daily Take Newsletter.
This global supplier of health information technology solutions and the Prime vendor selected to lead the $16B Electronic Health Records (EHR) Modernization (EHRM) initiative announced they had a definitive agreement in place to acquire AbleVets, one of the core team members identified as a partner to provide experience and expertise to Veterans Affairs in support of their implementation efforts for this important and extremely high-profile initiative.
Having acquired the SGT, LLC business unit that provides IT services and solutions to the Federal Government, this current CIO-SP3 SB Prime will now have access to this important IDIQ Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) that has been designated as Best in Class (BIC) by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Ace Info Solutions, a very fast growing consultancy who specializes in Application Services, Cloud Services, Cybersecurity and Managed Services, and who maintains a very broad Federal Civilian set of past performance, to include direct experience supporting HHS, NIH, CDC, FDA and SAMHSA, was acquired by Dovel Technologies.
While this news may have initially created more noise at DHS, the announcement that Eagle II Prime SE Solutions rebranded as Steampunk likely had all firms across the Federal sector taking notice as the leadership team, made up of several recently recruited, former Agilex/Accenture executives, who have each had their fair share of success taking companies from zero to a hundred quickly, launched their next venture with the tagline. “DESIGN. DISRUPT. REPEAT.”
A very big move was announced as A-TEK, a CIO-SP3 Prime who delivers science and IT services and solutions across a myriad of Government health agencies acquired Mackson, a Woman-Owned Small Business and technical and professional consultancy, who brings with them access to a number of key contract vehicles and past performance that spans the Federal Health sector, with deep expertise at FDA.
Only two years removed from their $39M acquisition of Federal Health technology-enabled program management, consulting, and digital communications solutions provider Danya, DLH bolstered their arsenal, this time adding this public health research organization who specializes in providing solutions in clinical and biomedical research, epidemiology and public health research, health policy, and program evaluation.
Only months removed from adding key senior executives, this fast-growing provider of cloud, cyber and IT modernization solutions to the Federal markets, set its eyes on a bigger vision as it is now in position to add capacity to pursue strategic growth initiatives and to invest in new capabilities.
The big moves continued for President and CEO, Ahmad Abuzaakouk, as Concept Plus, a fast-growing 8(a) small business and key partner to DHA/MHS, who maintains core expertise in Oracle Application Management, System Integration, Cloud Computing, and Mobile technologies, acquired DAI Solutions, a boutique management consulting firm that focuses on the people part of transformation.
Having been identified as one of the rising Federal Health leaders based on their astounding growth, this very fast growing CIO-SP3 SB Prime and major DHA/MHS provider, with capabilities that range from Cyber Security Operations to Software and Big Data Engineering, joined this global provider’s new Technical Solutions division.
ManTech, a longtime partner to the VA, announced a big move as they not only acquired a Prime position on the important $22.3B T4NG IDIQ with the acquisition of Kforce Government Solutions (KGS), but they also added significant experience supporting VA on key Infrastructure Operations initiatives, ESB Enterprise Messaging and Data Transformation, extensive experience in support of the VA Financial Services center, and as a Prime on the $85M Business Case Analysis Technical Support (BCATS) effort.
Continuing their rapid ascension, this leading provider of IT, cloud, cyber and infrastructure solutions, and one of the original SDVOSB Prime awardees on T4, continued to make huge moves as they acquired this leading software, cybersecurity, systems engineering and managed services provider to the Federal Government, while adding numerous Prime contract vehicles.
eGlobalTech, a well-known IT solutions, cloud migration, cybersecurity, and management consulting firm, with a broad set of past performance and contract vehicle options that cut across HHS, CMS and the broader FedCiv marketplace, joined the Government Services Group for Tetra Tech, a publicly traded global provider of consulting and engineering services.