Fahmida Y. Rashid
Defense contractor Raytheon has acquired privately held Henggeler Computer Consultants, an enterprise architecture, software and analytics systems integrator for intelligence and defense customers.
Defense contractor Raytheon has acquired Henggeler Computer Consultants, its third cyber-related acquisition in 2011.
Raytheon acquired Henggeler, based in Columbia, Md., to expand Raytheon’s cyber-security portfolio and better meet the needs of its customers in the intelligence community, the defense contractor said Dec. 29. The acquisition has been completed, but Raytheon did not disclose any financial terms of the transaction.
Henggeler’s offerings include enterprise architecture, analytics, software and cloud-based services widely used in strategic intelligence systems. Henggeler has been working with government clients in the Washington, D.C., area since 1996. Raytheon expects the Henggeler deal will increase its business dealings with both the intelligence community and the Department of Defense.