During the call came also the announcement that CACI has acquired Mastodon Design, experts in the rapid design and manufacturing of rugged signals intelligence, electronic warfare, and cyber operations products and solutions.
CACI said the combined purchase price is expected to be $975 million, and over the next 12 months, the two acquisitions are slated to add about $480 million in revenue and $82 million in EBITDA.
In a statement, CACI Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci said the acquisitions add to CACI’s signals intelligence, electronic warfare and cyber operations offerings.
“Their software-defined expertise and manufacturing capabilities accelerate new functionality to the field as quickly as threats evolve,” he added. “CACI will build new products and solutions for the tactical edge faster and with less investment, while retaining ownership of the intellectual property.”
LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly thanked Madison Dearborn Partners and CoVant Management, part of a team that owns LGS, for their support and “willingness to invest in our growth.”
“We believe our market leading C4ISR and cyber capabilities and culture of innovation, along with CACI’s extraordinary channels to customers, and our shared mission focus will accelerate growth and market penetration for the combined enterprise,” he said.
Commenting on the acquisition news, KippsDeSanto & Co. Managing Director Bob Kipps, who tracks M&A activity, said:
“The beat continues in the GovCon market! These acquisitions add meaningful scale and distinguished offerings — super strategic for CACI!”