Jacobs: KeyW acquisition will move company into high-end technical work

By Marjorie Censer / April 24, 2019 at 3:07 PM
Jacobs will operate KeyW as a bolt-on acquisition for the first six months while it addresses redundant costs, but the company will then make decisions about how to further integrate the contractor, a top Jacobs executive told Inside Defense this week. Jacobs announced Monday its plan to acquire KeyW in an $815 million deal. The company plans to include KeyW in its aerospace, technology and nuclear business. The ATN unit in fiscal year 2018 reported $4.4 billion in sales,...

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