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GTSI offers HiSoftware tools

HiSoftware Inc.'s Web site accessibility products have been made availableto government agencies through two GTSI Corp. government contract vehicles.

In an agreement announced Aug. 15, GTSI will market HiSoftware productsthrough the National Institutes of Health Electronic Computer Store II governmentwidecontract and the Defense Logistics Agency blanket purchase agreement.

"By teaming with GTSI, HiSoftware can help government agencies improvetheir Web site usability while complying with Section 508," said Ted Chumas,HiSoftware's vice president of sales and marketing.

HiSoftware's products are designed to promote the creation of accessibleWeb sites and the use of metadata for indexing, search and retrieval. Federalcustomers include the Navy, Army, Department of Veterans Affairs, NIH andNASA.

CACI acquiring ERP specialist

In a move to expand its portfolio of systems integration, managed networkservices and information assurance capabilities, CACI International Inc.announced Aug. 13 that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire DigitalSystems International Corp.

DSIC specializes in implementing enterprise resource planning systems,including large-scale financial and human-resource systems and e-procurementapplications.

DSIC's federal customers include NASA and the Defense, Justice, Energy,Education and Agriculture departments. Its revenue for the past 12 monthswas about $55 million. The company, headquartered in Arlington, Va., hasabout 550 employees in Virginia, Maryland, Alabama, South Carolina andCalifornia.

The acquisition will be financed through CACI's existing credit facilityand should be completed within 90 days. The terms were not disclosed.

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