A-T Solutions buys anti-terrorism firm

Acquisition is second in four months

In its second acquisition in four months, A-T Solutions has acquired Trancite Logic Systems, an information technology company that specializes in law enforcement and anti-terrorism solutions.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition of Trancite follows the June purchase of Accelligence LLC, a provider of intelligence and mission-focused solutions for intelligence agencies. 

With Trancite, A-T Solutions moves into the law enforcement market. The Boise, Idaho, company has worked with the Army, Defense Department, FBI, Homeland Security Department and Marine Corps as well as state and local law enforcement agencies.

Trancite software products help with crime and accident scene investigations. Other products help with site inspections and surveys. The company also has tools for investigating and analyzing terrorist attacks.

The company will be come part of A-T Solutions technology business. Trancite Chief Executive Officer Joshua Evarts will become A-T Solutions’ first chief innovation officer.

A-T Solultions was founded in 2002 and was acquired in 2008 by CoVant, an investment group led by former Anteon International executives.

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