DC Capital Partners Announces Board of Advisors
WASHINGTON, August 16, 2007 - BUSINESS WIRE. DC Capital Partners, LLC, a private equity firm headquartered in Washington, DC, focused primarily in the defense and government services sector, announced today the establishment of a Board of Advisors. The Board includes The Honorable Richard Armitage, former Deputy Secretary of State; Ambassador Henry Crumpton, former Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the Department of State; General Michael Hagee (USMC Ret.), former Commandant of the Marine Corps; Vice Admiral Stephen Loftus (USN Ret.), former Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Logistics and former Director of the Office of the Budget for the Navy; General Eric Shinseki (USA Ret.), former Chief of Staff of the Army; and Jeffrey Smith, Senior Partner, Arnold and Porter, former General Counsel at the Central Intelligence Agency and former General Counsel for the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Thomas J. Campbell, President of DC Capital said, “We are extremely pleased to have such distinguished individuals on our Board of Advisors. Their experience and long standing reputations within the community will enhance our overall effectiveness as investment professionals, which will translate into superior returns for our investors. As appropriate, they will become members on the boards of our portfolio companies and provide advice, insight and leadership that will be of enormous benefit to our management teams.”
DC Capital recently announced the completion of the acquisitions of Omen, Inc., the intelligence services division of Global Analytical IT Services, Inc., and Technology Management Services, Inc., which collectively provide services to the intelligence community, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Energy. Separately, they recently announced that they had acquired a controlling interest in The SPECTRUM Group, (“TSG”), a leading Washington, D.C. area consulting firm.