Alion Acquires Micro Analysis & Design

Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Alion Science and Technology, a technology solutions provider for government and industry, has acquired Boulder, Col., - based Micro Analysis & Design (MA&D), provider of human factors engineering, modeling and simulation and software development. Terms of the deal, which was completed on May 19, 2006, were not disclosed. "The acquisition of MA&D enhances Alion's current capabilities in human systems integration, ship design and modeling and simulation," said Bahman Atefi, Chairman and CEO of Alion. "MA&D has been recognized for their outstanding work for the US Army and Navy as well as hospitals and industrial customers. We are looking forward to the new capabilities and technologies that they will bring to our existing skill sets," he explained.
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