Government Contracting

Published on: 04/12/2013

Facing an era of little or no organic growth, government contractors are eyeing mergers and acquisitions with renewed interest, as perhaps one of the only means to preserve revenues and profits. As a result, the industry could soon see a new wave of transactions. Such consolidation is typical during periods of significant cuts in government spending as contractors search for ways to expedite innovation, add new products or break through to new customers and markets; in other words, build competitive advantages.

Key Contacts

Lisa Tolliver

Senior Director

Theodore Polk

Managing Director