A G2Xchange Health Report

Whether you work for a private or publicly traded company, a focus of nearly every industry business development and strategic growth planning meeting around the beltway revolves around expansion. Developing new capabilities, breaking into new agencies and the ability to acquire key contract vehicles are some of the primary areas of focus.

There are a number of ways to meet these growth objectives, but a primary strategy has and will remain mergers and acquisition (M&A).

The Federal Health IT market has seen astounding growth over the past decade and, as such, this market continues to be ripe for M&A activity. In this report, G2Xchange Health independently assessed dozens of companies in the Federal Health IT market and narrowed the list to five companies we believe are prime acquisition targets.

Some of the criteria we used for assessment includes:

  • Unique and differentiable capabilities in Health IT
  • Key contracts and past performance at respective Federal Health IT agencies
  • Contract vehicles in place for targeting Health IT, especially GWACs, agency IDIQs and BPAs
  • Leadership and key staff with Health IT domain expertise
  • Key certifications and strategic partnerships
  • Reputation in the marketplace

Please note that inclusion on the list does not in any way reflect known interest on any firm’s part in being acquired. This report merely highlights those firms that have attributes that make them an attractive M&A target. Firms are listed in no particular order.


Led by CAPT (Ret.) Ben Long, LongView IT Solutions was started shortly after this former MHS IT executive retired from the Navy. Started as a SDVOSB, LongView seized early opportunities as a prime awardee on the $12B VA T4 contract vehicle. This included winning more than their fair share of task orders on T4 including technical and program management support for many notable programs within the VA Service Delivery and Engineering Office, the Veterans Relationship Management Office, and the VA Financial Services Center. Longview also provided technical expertise for key initiatives such as the Medical Image Viewer and the VA Informatics and Computing Infrastructure (VINCI) program…

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