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CACI expands cyber, ISR business

Oct. 17, 2013 - 01:53PM   |  
By MICHAEL PECK   |   Comments
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CACI International is buying intelligence and security company Six3 Systems from private equity firm GTCR.

The $820 million deal “will expand CACI’s high-growth cyberspace market as well as build on CACI’s capabilities in its high-volume C4ISR and intelligence market areas,” said a CACI press release.

Six3, with 1,600 employees and an estimated $470 million in revenue in 2013, provides “highly specialized and differentiated strategic solutions, services, and products for the country’s most sensitive national security agencies and the Department of Defense,” according to CACI.

CACI Executive Chairman J.P. “Jack” London said the acquisition “positions CACI with expanded capabilities to deliver high-value and in-demand solutions and services for our customers’ highest-priority national security and defense challenges.”

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