The Washington Post

SRA to Buy Health-Consulting Firm

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SRA Internatio­nal of Fairfax agreed to buy closely held Constella Group, a health-consulting firm, for an undisclose­d price. SRA, which provides computer services to the federal government, plans to form a new health business unit to be led by Donald Holzworth, Constella’s founder, chief executive and chairman.

Constella, based in Durham, N.C., employs more than 1,500 people and had 2006 sales of about $169 million. The company provides services to federal agencies, foreign government­s and pharmaceut­ical and medical-device companies.

 ?? BY LUCIAN PERKINS — THE WASHINGTON POST ?? Mittal Steel has until July 5 to sell a mill near Baltimore to settle antitrust issues in its pending acquisitio­n of Arcelor.
BY LUCIAN PERKINS — THE WASHINGTON POST Mittal Steel has until July 5 to sell a mill near Baltimore to settle antitrust issues in its pending acquisitio­n of Arcelor.

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