CACI, which has done more than 50 acquisitions since its founding in 1962, has been following Six3 "with great interest for some time," according to CEO Ken Asbury. This would be CACI's largest deal in its history.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch acted as financial adviser to CACI, with Squire Sanders (US) and Latham & Watkins serving as CACI's legal counsel and Chertoff Group and CSP Associates listed as strategic advisers.
Six3 was advised by Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Securities and Kirkland & Ellis.
-- Written by Lou Whiteman in New York
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