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The Carlyle Group reaches deal to acquire local health IT firm CNSI

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The Carlyle Group reaches deal to acquire local health IT firm CNSI
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D.C. private equity powerhouse The Carlyle Group Inc. (NASDAQ: CG) said Thursday it has reached a deal to acquire McLean health IT firm CNSI Inc. from Greenwich, Connecticut, firm Alvarez & Marsal Capital Partners. CNSI CEO Todd Stottlemyer, a longtime D.C.-area executive and philanthropist who was previously chief of Inova Health System's Center for Personalized Health, will remain in his role leading the company. The deal brings him a reunion with Carlyle, as he previously partnered with the firm as a senior executive at technical services firm BDM International, which was spun off into Carlyle in 1990.