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CACI Spys a Smart Buy in Applied Systems Research

CACI Spys a Smart Buy in Applied Systems Research - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CACI Spys a Smart Buy in Applied Systems Research - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Paul Cofoni, CACI

CACI (NYSE:CACI) has a definitive agreement in place to acquire Applied Systems Research, Inc. (ASR), just days after agreeing to purchase TechniGraphics, Inc.

The moves will work to solidify the firm’s geospatial and technical intelligence disciplines.

According to the firm, “ASR is a 50-person company headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. It is expected to generate almost $10 million in revenue in calendar year 2010. The company’s Measurements and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT) discipline provides solutions to difficult spatial, spectral, and technical intelligence tasks.”

ASR estimates that about 90 percent of employees hold high-level special security clearances and another 40 percent hold master’s degrees or PhDs.

“Acquisition of Applied Systems Research is another important step in our phased and orchestrated approach to growing our intelligence business,” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “Combined with our recently announced intent to acquire TechniGraphics, this acquisition makes CACI a key provider of geospatial and technical intelligence to multiple agencies within the national Intelligence Community. ASR’s science, technology, and modeling and simulation expertise bolsters our ability to solve difficult problems in support of intelligence missions that are vital to our nation’s security.”

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