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January 6, 2004

NCI buys Government contractor SES

The widespread M&A activity that swept through government-focused IT services providers last year is continuing in 2004, with the announcement that NCI Information Systems Inc is buying Scientific & Engineering Solutions Inc for an undisclosed sum.

By CBR Staff Writer

Reston, Virginia-based NCI implements telecoms and network infrastructure and related applications to US federal government agencies including the Department of Defense, which accounted for 60% of its $138m revenue in the year to December 2002. It has 1,400 employees.

NCI said it was buying privately owned SES to expand its presence in the US intelligence community. SES, which is based in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, made revenue of about $20m in full-year 2003, with 90% coming from providing information assurance, software engineering, and knowledge and enterprise management to government intelligence agencies.

This article is based on material originally produced by ComputerWire.

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