Planned Systems International makes health, cyber play through acquisition

Planned Systems International acquires a middle-tier systems integrator for a greater foothold in federal health and cyber programs.

Planned Systems International, a government technology consultancy focused on supporting business solutions, has made an acquisition to gain more of a foothold in the federal health and cybersecurity markets.

PSI said Friday it has purchased ProSphere Tek, a middle-tier technology integrator founded in 2006 that works with agencies on operating data centers and migrating business services to public cloud environments. Terms of the transaction were undisclosed.

ProSphere has been awarded $23.1 million in prime obligations over the past 12 months with nearly 52 percent of that from the Veterans Affairs Department, according to figures. The company holds a prime position on the VA’s T4NG technology transformation vehicle.

Some of the other main vehicles in ProSphere’s portfolio include Army RS3 and the National Institutes of Health CIO-SP3, respectively for customized “C4ISR” solutions and IT services.