ASRC Acquires Military Logistics Firm

Mar 29, 2023 | Alaska Native, News

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Charles Bell | Alaska Business

A subsidiary of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) is acquiring the logistics arm of a Virginia-based military contractor.

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Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) signed an agreement to sell its logistics and supply chain management business to ASRC Federal. The acquisition adds supply chain management and logistics capabilities for US Department of Defense agencies to ASRC Federal’s current procurement and warehousing services at military locations nationwide.

“This acquisition provides another channel for growth by further diversifying our robust set of capabilities,” says ASRC Federal President and CEO Jennifer Felix. “I am excited to welcome this mission-focused team who has earned a best-in-class reputation for delivering innovative solutions to their customers. Their work directly impacts the readiness of America’s warfighters, and they will bring tremendous capability to both new and existing ASRC Federal customers.”

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The $350 million cash transaction is expected to close this spring, pending regulatory approval.

“The agreement allows for seamless transition and continued support for the logistics and supply chain management business and their important customer missions,” says SAIC CEO Nazzic Keene, “while enabling SAIC to concentrate resources in our Growth & Technology Accelerant areas of focus. These areas include Secure Cloud, Enterprise IT, and Systems Integration & Delivery, which now account for more than 30 percent of SAIC revenue.”

Approximately 240 employees will transition to ASRC Federal upon close of the sale. SAIC is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, but has locations in a dozen states, Guam, and Europe.

Jefferies LLC served as the exclusive financial advisor for the acquisition, and King & Spalding LLC served as legal counsel to SAIC. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP served as legal counsel to ASRC Federal.

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