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Arlington buys federal software provider IDS

Arlington Capital Partners, a Washington, DC-based private equity firm, has acquired Integrated Data Services, a provider of software and technology-enabled support and development for US federal government customers.

Arlington Capital Partners (Arlington), a Washington, DC-based private equity firm, has acquired Integrated Data Services  (IDS), a provider of software and technology-enabled support and development for US federal government customers.

Financial terms of the deal, which sees IDS’ co-founders Jerome Murray and James Truhe retain a minority stake in the company, have not been disclosed.

IDS’ flagship software offering, Comprehensive Cost and Requirement (CCaR), is primarily used to automate historically manually-intensive processes centred around programme portfolio management. IDS employs over 275 employees and serves nearly 30 customer locations across the Air Force, Army, Space Force and other defence and civilian departments. 

Lincoln International served as financial advisor to IDS. Robert W Baird & Co served as financial advisor to Arlington. 

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