Edmonds Enterprises makes a deal

Edmonds Enterprise Services Inc., has acquired Logistics Applications Inc., a Defense Department contractor. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Edmonds Enterprise Services is headed by Albert Edmonds, a retired Air Force general and former president of EDS Corp.'s government business. He founded the Alexandria, Va.-based company in September.

The deal for Logistics Applications is Edmonds first. LAI's founder William Walker will remain as president and then transition to a consulting role, Edmonds said.

LAI ? founded in 1986 ? provides technical services to the Department of Defense along with other government agencies and private sector businesses. The company focuses on business-facilities management and information technology training, officials said.

LAI's revenue ranges from $10 million to $12 million a year, Edmonds said. LAI has about 200 employees.

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