CVP acquires D.C. healthcare consulting company
The Fairfax company announced its acquisition of Atlas Research on Tuesday
Fairfax-based Customer Value Partners Inc. (CVP), a business and technology consulting company, acquired federal health contractor Atlas Research LLC, it announced Tuesday.
Financial details of the transactions were not disclosed.
“Atlas’ experience as the trusted transformation partner of clients across the Veteran Affairs and Health and Human Services provide the advisory and consulting capabilities to accelerate CVP’s growth strategy,” said CVP founder and CEO Anirudh Kulkarni said in a statement.
Atlas adds new health clients, domain expertise, capabilities and contract vehicles to CVP. The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has been an Atlas client since 2008. The acquisition adds the 10-year, $1 billion Veterans Health Administration Integrated Healthcare Transformation indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract to CVP’s portfolio, as well as the $322 million ceiling U.S. Food and Drug Administration Business Transformation Team Business Purchase Agreement (BPA) and the $100 million ceiling Integrated Services BPA.
Atlas’s more than 170 employees have joined CVP.
“CVP’s acquisition of Atlas is the realization of a shared vision for an industry-leading, comprehensive mid-tier healthcare technology and consulting firm primed for growth,” Atlas co-founder and CEO Ryung Suh said in a statement. “The marriage of our respective capabilities, experience and mission-driven cultures will translate to added value for our clients and their efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of our fellow citizens.”
Founded in 2002, CVP has strategic partnerships with Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, MuleSoft Inc., Pegasystems Inc. and UI Path.
CVP was No. 4,629 on the 2021 Inc. 5000, a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.