LMI has acquired Falls Church, Virginia-based business transformation and technology company Suntiva in a move to grow the consultancy’s digital and workforce-related offerings to federal government customers.
Suntiva provides services to the Department of Agriculture, U.S. Army, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center and other public health and defense clients, and LMI seeks to gain new customers in the mentioned markets through the acquisition, the latter company said Tuesday.
The combined entity will work to accelerate the delivery of digital transformation to meet public health needs, building on LMI’s capabilities in analytics, logistics, policy and management advisory services as well as Suntiva’s offerings for organizational development and digital enablement.
Doug Wagoner, president and CEO of LMI and a two-time Wash100 Award winner, said the acquisition will enable the company to cover a broader federal landscape and enhance its portfolio.
“LMI and Suntiva share a strong culture and mission focus, a commitment to sterling ethics, and a people-first mindset,” he added.
The deal also raised LMI’s workforce to more than 2,000 consultants, with Suntiva employees bringing in domain expertise and governance, human capital, information technology, organizational performance and federal acquisition lifecycle knowledge.
Dr. Hany Malik, president and CEO of Suntiva, said the acquisition expands the company’s set of capabilities to support federal government customers.
Suntiva’s exclusive financial adviser in the acquisition was DC Advisory.