Navigation Links
Stanley to Acquire Oberon Associates
Date:6/10/2008

ARLINGTON, Va., June 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Stanley, Inc. (NYSE: SXE), a leading provider of systems integration and professional services to the U.S. federal government, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Oberon Associates, Inc. (Oberon), an engineering, intelligence operations and information technology services company. The purchase price will be approximately $170 million in cash, subject to certain working capital and other adjustments as of the closing date.

(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040106/DCTU010LOGO )

The transaction, which is expected to close during Stanley's fiscal second quarter ending September 30, 2008, is subject to the approval of Oberon's shareholders and other customary closing conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals. Shareholders representing approximately 67 percent of Oberon's common stock have entered into a voting and irrevocable proxy agreement to vote their shares in favor of the proposed transaction.

Founded in 2002, Oberon provides engineering, operational intelligence and information technology support to multiple elements of the U.S. Army, in addition to the U.S. Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency, Transportation Security Administration and several agencies throughout the intelligence community. Oberon's areas of expertise include biometrics systems engineering, integration and operational deployment; intelligence community support; communications engineering; and information technology and enterprise data management. Oberon is headquartered in Manassas, Va., and has more than 600 employees working in 10 regional offices in the United States and seven countries abroad.

Stanley expects Oberon to generate revenue of approximately $80 million in its fiscal year 2008 ending June 30, 2008. Going forward, Stanley anticipates Oberon'
'/>"/>

SOURCE Stanley, Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology news :

1. Study finds environmental tests help predict hospital-acquired Legionnaires disease risk
2. bioMETRX, Inc. Acquires Patent for Biometric Padlock
3. Image Solutions, Inc. Acquires Zurich Biostatistics, Inc.
4. bioMETRX, Inc. Acquires Patent for Biometric Padlock
5. Argonne National Lab acquires first SiCortex SC5832
6. Titanium Group Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Multimilion Dollar Medical Software Company and Its Existing Sales Network
7. Titanium Group Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Multimilion Dollar Medical Software Company and Its Existing Sales Network
8. Biotech Co. founded by UCLA Scientists to be acquired by Astellas, Pharma Inc.
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:12/5/2014)... , Dec. 4, 2014  Tute Genomics, a leader ... million in Series A1 funding led by UK-based Eurovestech. ... participated in the investment round. "We are ... community adopts next-generation sequencing and seeks new approaches for ... Reid Robison , MD MBA, and CEO of Tute ...
(Date:12/3/2014)... Dec. 2, 2014 As part of our ... Technologies is pleased to announce the release of a ... to collect the workforce data that they need. ... been left by existing readers. Many such devices have ... and modern technology. Older models force users to navigate ...
(Date:11/21/2014)... 2014 Strict laws against distracted driving and ... North American and European automotive sector towards gesture recognition ... systems that are intuitive and able to retrieve information ... New analysis from Frost & Sullivan,s ... Europe and North ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Tute Genomics Raises $2.3 Million to Scale Up Cloud-Based Genome Analytics and Accelerate Personalized Medicine 2Tute Genomics Raises $2.3 Million to Scale Up Cloud-Based Genome Analytics and Accelerate Personalized Medicine 3Inception Technologies to Release New Biometric Reader 2Gesture Recognition Intensifies with the Rise of In-car Smartphone Integration, Says Frost & Sullivan 2Gesture Recognition Intensifies with the Rise of In-car Smartphone Integration, Says Frost & Sullivan 3Gesture Recognition Intensifies with the Rise of In-car Smartphone Integration, Says Frost & Sullivan 4
... Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a strategy to ... prevent the pollutant from finding its way from a ... a zero emission car, and a transportation system completely ... dioxide emissions from large-scale sources such as power plants ...
... developing is a goal of Raphael Kopan, Ph.D., professor ... School of Medicine. The moss plant (Physcomitrella patens) ... Spencer T. Olin Professor and chair of the WUSTL ... toward that goal. Heres how. The gene ...
... in the media, and recently, in our daily lives, ... is affecting global climate change. Studying just how carbon ... one Northwestern University professor is doing his part by ... associate professor of civil and environmental engineering in the ...
Cached Biology News:Carbon capture strategy could lead to emission-free cars 2Carbon capture strategy could lead to emission-free cars 3Carbon capture strategy could lead to emission-free cars 4Moss protein plays role in Alzheimer's disease 2Moss protein plays role in Alzheimer's disease 3Moss protein plays role in Alzheimer's disease 4Studying rivers for clues to global carbon cycle 2Studying rivers for clues to global carbon cycle 3
(Date:12/24/2014)... PharmaBoardroom,s new report, , Healthcare and Life ... free download , digs deep into this vibrant market, speaking ... today. One area where Algeria ... homegrown pharmaceutical manufacturing base, even if the government,s ambitious target ... A cursory comparison with neighboring Morocco ...
(Date:12/22/2014)... PA & Brussels (PRWEB) December 22, 2014 ... (CfPIE), the global leader of technical training across ... Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM) to provide ... and certification programs —providing access to the more ... partnership extends SCDM members with 10% off when registering ...
(Date:12/22/2014)... -- GenomeDx Biosciences today announced that a new study ... test for prostate cancer, was able to predict rapid ... prostatectomy without adjuvant therapy. Although rapid metastasis in men ... genomics to identify these men who have a highly ... The study has been published online by the ...
(Date:12/22/2014)... 22, 2014 Fertility Associates of Memphis ... Bank USA , a network of more than 20 ... partnership, patients have fast access to a national pool ... IVF . Fertility Associates of Memphis is the only ... treatment option. , Dr. William Kutteh , director ...
Breaking Biology Technology:PharmaBoardroom Releases New Algeria Pharmaceuticals Report 2PharmaBoardroom Releases New Algeria Pharmaceuticals Report 3CfPIE Announces Partnership with the Society for Clinical Data Management 2CfPIE Announces Partnership with the Society for Clinical Data Management 3Study Published in European Urology Shows that the Decipher Prostate Cancer Classifier is Predictive of Rapid Metastasis in High-Risk Men who have had Prostate Surgery 2Study Published in European Urology Shows that the Decipher Prostate Cancer Classifier is Predictive of Rapid Metastasis in High-Risk Men who have had Prostate Surgery 3Fertility Associates of Memphis Announces Partnership with Donor Egg Bank USA 2Fertility Associates of Memphis Announces Partnership with Donor Egg Bank USA 3
... a recent publication in Nature Photonics , a ... Physics Center DIPC, Centro de Fsica de Materiales of ... the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Munich (Germany) ... nanoscale by adopting tuning concepts from radio-frequency technology. The ...
... Tel Aviv University a network of tiny sensors as ... the most determined intruder. Scattered outdoors on rocks, fence ... bank, the dewdrops are a completely new and cost-effective system ... Yoram Shapira and his Tel Aviv University Faculty of Engineering ...
... Today, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins ... (NIH) issued draft guidance for implementing President Obama,s ... (ESCR). President Obama,s decision and these guidelines will ... Following is Perkins, statement:(Logo: ...
Cached Biology Technology:Bridging the gap in nanoantennas 2Bridging the gap in nanoantennas 3Intruder alert: Tel Aviv University's 'Smart Dew' will find you! 2FRC: NIH Stem Cell Guidelines Reflect Poor Science, Ignore Real Hope for Patients 2
... • This book describes the basic ... preparing samples for protein transfer and ... bioluminescence-enhanced detection systems are also included. ... and characterization of glycoprotein carbohydrate chains ...
See product name for description....
RAT ANTI MOUSE TCR V BETA 7:RPE Immunogen: T-cell lymphoma TK1...
... Serum • Rhesus serum is collected from ... years of age. Available Anticoagulants: ... (Na) N-06: K2EDTA N-08: ... N-03: Alsevers N-05: ACD ...
Biology Products: