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LMI Acquires The Tauri Group, Expands Presence in CBRN Defense, National Security

LMI announced on Feb. 5 its acquisition of The Tauri Group, a government contracting firm confronting national and homeland security challenges. Terms of the purchase are not being disclosed.

The Tauri Group recently announced an expanded role within the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) on the Joint Enterprise Omnibus Professional Engineering and Technical Support (JE-OPETS) contract vehicle. The company retained its incumbent work on two Medical task orders and won an additional task order in each of the Logistics and Acquisition business areas. Tauri was recognized for its best-in-class expertise in the life sciences and earned nearly 70 additional FTE in the Logistics and Acquisition labor categories, more than doubling its overall JPEO-CBRND footprint.

As part of LMI’s strategy for growth, the company sought to acquire a firm with significant expertise in defense, preparedness, emerging technologies, and life sciences. This acquisition supplements LMI’s support to homeland security and defense. Founded in 2001, The Tauri Group has offices in Alexandria, Virginia, and Frederick, Maryland.

The Tauri Group has an extensive history supporting DoD and Department of Homeland Security science and technology efforts to mitigate potential CBRN threats.

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