Noblis, which didn't disclose financial aspects of the completed takeover, said ElanTech -- a provider of government systems engineering, program management, and acquisition services to the U.S. intelligence community -- will continue to operate under its current name.
"There is a strong alignment between Noblis' core strengths and ElanTech Systems' strategic capabilities," said Drew Cohen, vice president of National Security and Intelligence, Noblis.
"This acquisition strengthens our ability to innovate and increases the value we deliver in support of our national security mission on command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance projects."
ElanTech President Vernon Ingram said, "The complementary strengths of our two companies, our expanded portfolio, and broader knowledge base will enable us to capitalize on emerging technology trends and bring innovative new capabilities to our clients."
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