D.C. Capital Partners Acquires CompSec; Thomas J. Campbell Comments

DC-Capital-Partners_GovConWireD.C. Capital Partners has acquired McLean, Va.-based Computer Security Solutions Inc., according to a Washington Technology article.

D.C. Capital expects the move to boost its intelligence capabilities and insight into customers within the intelligence community.

Thomas J. Campbell, company founder and president,  considers the acquisition “a significant strategic enhancement” for its portfolio company, Gladiator HoldCo LLC.

Gladiator currently counts KS International, LLC, Catapult Technology Ltd., the Strategic Intelligence Group, LLC, and Kickstand, LLC as part of its portfolio of companies.

According to D.C. Capital, CompSec’s capabilities include evaluating existing, new and emerging technologies throughlCompsec procurement, installation, integration and maintenance of mission-critical hardware and software applications.

Campbell added that the company intends to build on “this full lifecycle mission capability — which ranges from intelligence analysis and operational support to training, IT infrastructure management, software development, design, engineering and development, base operations support, and security, ” the article said.

CompSec’s Chad Wagner will succeed CompSec founder Karen Azoff, who will continue to be involved in strategic planning and business development.

The McLean Group acted as exclusive mergers and acquisition advisor to CompSec on this deal.

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