SRA Sells Constella Futures

Government technology consultant SRA International said it sold Constella Futures, a unit that designed and helped manage social and public health programs in the developing world, to private investors for an undisclosed price.

The buyers were led by former Constella Group chairman and chief executive Donald A. Holzworth. As part of the deal, SRA president and deputy director of the global health sector, Chris A. LeGrand will move to Constella Futures to serve as chief executive.

Constella Futures, formerly an independent company within the health services firm Constella Group, employs more than 300, providing consulting on efforts in HIV/AIDS, infectious disease, maternal and child health, and family planning and reproductive health.

SRA bought the Constella Group in 2007.

By Dan Beyers  |  September 2, 2008; 9:52 AM ET
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