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KBR continues push into government services with deal to buy SGT

February 23, 2018 |
Marjorie Censer
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KBR said today it has agreed to buy Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, better known as SGT, for $355 million as it increasingly moves into the government services market. The 2,500-employee SGT provides technology, engineering services, mission operations and software to the government, including for space and national security programs. In 2016, KBR bought both Wyle and Honeywell Technology Solutions , quickly bolstering its profile in the government services market. "The addition of SGT solidifies KBRwyle's position as an established leader in...

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