Unison's latest acquisition eyes added software functions

Contract and program management software provider Unison has made an acquisition that adds another angle to its overall offering for government agencies and contractors alike.

Dulles, Virginia-headquartered Unison said Wednesday it acquired Price Systems, whose software product focuses on decision support functions including cost engineering and management.

Price Systems also built its tool to help in scheduling and risk management.

For Unison, this deal comes nearly 10 months after the company announced it was re-acquired by former owner Carlyle Group.

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