Tetra Tech buys another government IT outfit
Tetra Tech has made a second acquisition of a government technology services provider in less than one year amid the global engineering and construction company’s push to further itself in the federal IT landscape.
In a release Tuesday, Tetra Tech said it has acquired application development and modernization company Segue Technologies. Terms of the transaction were undisclosed, but Tetra Tech said the deal adds 200 employees to its government services group.
This transaction continues Tetra Tech’s strategy to combine more IT and management consulting services around what the company already works on in water, environment and infrastructure. Many competitors of Tetra Tech in the so-called “AEC” vertical — architecture, engineering and construction – have also looked to the government IT market for growth in recent years and made acquisitions to do so.