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FCW : April 15, 2013
103 103 103 103 34 April 15, 2013 FCW.COM in the 103 mergers and acquisitions that closed in 2012, but two common themes were transforma- tion and anticipation. The prevailing wisdom says that in a market where budget uncertainty rules the day, invest- ing millions in an acquisition might not be a wise use of resources. But government contractors are forever in search of the next hot opportunity. That above all else is what Washington Technology's annual M&A roundup teaches us. Government contractors are always attuned to customer demands and try to shape their o er- ings to meet those demands. In some cases, they make deals with a long-term goal in mind. For instance, Science Applications International Corp. acquired maxIT last year for nearly $500 million. On the surface, the deal is another move to expand SAIC's health IT capabilities in areas such as consulting and electronic health records. But SAIC sees EHRs as a data platform that will bring more analytics and business intelligence to health care providers and improve the delivery of care, the company said. It is a vision that could take years to bear fruit. A panel of M&A experts picked the deal as one of the top acquisitions of 2012 and the best in the health care category. deals chasing the next big thing Contractors turned to M&A in 2012 as they anticipate new opportunities By Nick Wakeman Several factors were at play Several fact Several factors were at play eral factors were at play
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