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A new KippsDeSanto report has found that approximately 75 percent of dealmakers said they expect the number of mergers and acquisitions in the government services sector to climb by at least 5 percent this year. KippsDeSanto said Tuesday it polled 168 strategic buyers and executives from private equity groups who are interested in defense, government […] More
KippsDeSanto has unveiled its list of what it calls the most notable merger and acquisition deals in the aerospace, defense and government technology sectors for the quarter ending June 30. Bob Kipps, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2017, is co-founder and managing director of KippsDeSanto. The investment bank said its ranking of the M&A transactions […] More
Jon Yim, a director at investment bank KippsDeSanto, has cited potential implications of the General Services Administration’s efforts to consolidate contract vehicles for buyers and sellers seeking to enter the mergers and acquisitions market. Yim wrote in a blog post posted Oct. 26 the changes that contract consolidation has brought to the M&A market have resulted in […] More
Marc Marlin, a director at investment bank KippsDeSanto, believes that the government contracting industry will see companies looking to bolster their market posture and drive business growth through mergers and acquisitions in 2015. Marlin wrote in a guest piece published Thursday on Federal Times that large, pure-play businesses in fields such as cyber, health, cloud, C4ISR and big data analytics will see […] More
Dan Ives, a technology and media analyst at investment firm Wedbush Securities, said an increase in federal spending on cybersecurity platforms amid recent cyberattacks and a new executive order to strengthen the U.S. government’s cyber defenses could lead to an increase in mergers and acquisitions in the cybersecurity space, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. […] More

Dave McClure, principal director and CIO advisory lead at Accenture Federal Services, has said the availability of more data, the increasing computing capacity and the software environment are some of the factors driving the pace of technology modernization in the government, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. “And you combine all three of these together, and it creates an accelerated path for modernization that we just simply have never had before in government,” McClure said at a WBJ-hosted forum.

Ways for government contractors to plan during a time of uncertainty with the transition into a new Donald Trump administration and align business strategies with the future president’s policy priorities were the central talking points of Deltek’s “FedFocus 2017″ event Monday at National Harbor, Md. Against the backdrop of an incoming administration, one immediate item of uncertainty for industry to […] More
In a one-year span that featured announcements of three acquisitions, Cubic Corp. unveiled a nearly $400 million bet that the C4ISR market will spur long-term growth in the San Diego-based contractor’s global defense business that represents roughly 60 percent of its estimated $1.5 billion in revenue. Cubic made its first move of that C4ISR expansion effort in December 2014 with the $114.5 million acquisition of […] More
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