CACI Looks to Acquire Healthcare, Cyber and Intell Companies; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen_ExecutiveBizCACI International President and CEO Dan Allen told analysts on January 31, the company will continue acquisitions to strengthen the health care, cyber, and intelligence businesses for 2013, reports Jill Aitoro for the Washington Business Journal.

“There are … some high growth areas, healthcare is one, that we have looked at fairly aggressively in the first half of the year,” said Allen.

“The acquisitions that we made have built client relationships and corporate capabilities to where we think we can really take a step forward there. Cyberspace, intel are other areas where we believe there are large markets. So, those will be the areas that I would say are likely for future acquisitions,” he added.

Last year, CACI bought Delta Solutions Technologies Inc., Emergint Technologies Inc. and IDL Solutions Inc.

While Delta Solutions supplies financial management and business services, Emergint and IDL Solutions bolstered CACI’s health care information technology capabilities.

According to Aitoro’s article, CACI spent a total of $106.8 million on the three acquisitions which have generated $90 million in revenue thus far.

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