Mergers and acquisitions

McNeil Tech closes two deals

McNeil Technologies Inc. of Springfield, Va., closed a pair of deals: one for a government contractor and a second for the government contracts held by another company. Terms of neither deal were disclosed.

The newly acquired Alexandria, Va.-based ViStar Corp., which provides enterprise management, business process outsourcing and human resources consulting, will operate as part of McNeil's consulting practice. ViStar's clients include the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Army, and the Defense and State departments.

In the second deal, McNeil acquired several support contracts from ZKD Inc. of Arlington, Va. The contracts will add to McNeil's language translation and intelligence business, company officials said.

CACI buys analytic services firm

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., acquired National Security Research Inc., a provider of professional and analytic services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

NSR of Arlington, Va., is an employee-owned company that specializes in national security policy and solutions in command and control, homeland security, advanced concepts and international security, and missile defense.

ICF buys consulting firm

ICF Consulting Group Inc. of Washington acquired consulting services firm Caliber Associates, a provider of IT consulting services to the federal government. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition enhances ICF Consulting's IT and human capital service offerings for the Defense, Education, Health and Human Services and Justice departments.

Caliber Associates, Fairfax, Va., provides consulting and support in human services and human resources.

SRA to buy Spectrum Solutions

SRA International Inc. will buy Spectrum Solutions Group Inc., Vienna, Va. Terms of the deal, expected to close this month, were not disclosed.

The privately owned Spectrum Solutions Group provides enterprise solutions to federal customers such as the Health and Human Services and Homeland Security departments. The acquisition will enhance the capabilities of Fairfax, Va.-based SRA in the enterprise resource planning market for the federal government.

Lockheed closes Coherent buy

Lockheed Martin Corp. completed its acquisition of remote sensing systems maker Coherent Technologies Inc. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The newly acquired company will be named Lockheed Martin Coherent Technologies Inc. and will remain in Louisville, Colo. Lockheed Martin's space systems division in Denver will manage the company.

ICF buys consulting firm

ICF Consulting Group Inc. of Washington acquired consulting services firm Caliber Associates, a provider of IT consulting services to the federal government. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition enhances ICF Consulting's IT and human capital service offerings for the Defense, Education, Health and Human Services and Justice departments.

Caliber Associates, Fairfax, Va., provides consulting and support in human services and human resources.

DLT managers takeover firm

The management team of DLT Solutions Inc. led a buyout of the company from the beneficiaries of the firm's founder.

DLT President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Marcotte and Chief Financial Officer Craig Adler lead the buyout. The value was not disclosed. DLT is a value-added reseller of products such as Oracle, Adobe and Autodesk.

SAIC finishes IMAPS acquisition

Science Applications International Corp. completed its acquisition of assets of geospatial technology company IMAPS LLC of Columbia, Ill. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

IMAPS offers geographic information systems, marine navigation, aviation flight planning and navigation software to government and commercial customers.

The acquisition boosts SAIC's ability to provide services to national security and intelligence customers. It also can now offer naviga- tional aids to the aeronautical and marine communities through IMAPS' Web sites www.AeroPlanner.com and www.MarinePlanner.com.

M&A conference

A panel of industry executives, bankers and acquisition experts will negotiate the transaction of a fictitious company as part of a merger and acquisition conference Nov. 2.

The law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and the accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP are sponsoring the event to be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in McLean, Va.

Negotiating the deal will be Todd Stottlemyer, chief executive officer of Apogen Inc., Steve Waechter, chief financial officer of CACI International Inc., Larry Davis of Aronson Capital Partners, John Allen of BB&T Capital Markets/Windsor Group, Bob Kipps of Houlihan Lokey Howard and Zukin and Tom Peltier of Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc.

For information on attending the event, go to www.pillsburylaw.com/events.

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