As reported by the Washington Business Journal – Nov 29, 2016
McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) announced Tuesday that it will acquire Laurel-based digital services provider eGov Holdings Inc., better known as Aquilent, for $250 million, according to a release.
Per the release, the transaction will “bolster Booz Allen’s growing technology capabilities and talent base, particularly its emphasis on building citizen-focused digital services.” Aquilent is a major provider of .gov and cloud solutions for the federal government.
By Harry R. Weber, Bloomberg.com – July 3, 2014
Operating cost data from participants in a power network stretching from the Midwest to the Gulf Coast was compromised in a computer breach that highlighted the rising vulnerability of the U.S. electricity infrastructure.
Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc. said it was notified June 26 that a computer server tied to its independent monitor was breached. The grids serving California, Texas, New York and New England, which use the same market monitor, weren’t affected because their data isn’t housed on the same server, according to an e-mail MISO sent to market participants.