CIBER, Inc., a global information technology consulting, services and outsourcing company, today announced that it has closed the previously announced sale of its Federal division and related assets to CRGT Inc., a leading provider of full life-cycle IT services and expert in emerging technology solutions for the Federal government. As previously announced, the closing price was $40 million.
“This sale was an important strategic step in creating value for our shareholders, and allows us to focus on the core components of our growth,” said CIBER President and CEO David Peterschmidt.
Claude Pumilia, Executive Vice President and CFO, commented,“We expect net cash proceeds of $34 million, subject to adjustments for working capital items post-closing. We are committed to using at least $9 million of the proceeds to further pay down debt under our existing credit facility.”
About CIBER, Inc.
CIBER, Inc. (ciber.com) is a global information technology consulting, services and outsourcing company applying practical innovation through services and solutions that deliver tangible results for both commercial and government clients. Services include application development and management, ERP implementation, change management, project management, systems integration, infrastructure management and end-user computing, as well as strategic business and technology consulting. Founded in 1974 and headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, CIBER has more than 7,400 employees and subcontractors and operates in 18 countries, serving clients in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific. Annual revenue in 2011 was $1 billion. CIBER trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CBR), and is included in the Russell 2000 Index and the S&P Small Cap 600 Index.
About CRGT, Inc.
CRGT (crgt.com) is a full life-cycle services provider and leading expert in emerging technology solutions for the Federal government. Working as a close partner with government agencies spanning national defense, domestic security and civilian services, CRGT has earned a proud track record of success with integration and operations for large-scale, high-volume solutions that connect these vital agencies to their diverse constituencies. CRGT is best known for programs such as Army Knowledge Online (AKO), an enterprise-scale, cloud-based, knowledge management solution serving over 2.3 million users globally. More broadly, CRGT is known for its work across numerous innovative technology domains, including enterprise mobile computing, cloud services, visually and spatially oriented analytics solution and cyber security in support clients such as the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Army, the Veterans Administration, United States Postal Service, Montgomery County, MD and more. Spun out from CherryRoad Technologies in 2008, CRGT is a uniquely positioned, nimble organization that offers customers the flexibility and agility they have valued for over 25 years combined with the strength that comes from being part of the Veritas Capital group.
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Gary Kohn - VP, Investor Relations
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