Renny DiPentima Joins Providence

Renny DiPentima
Renny DiPentima

Renato (Renny) A. DiPentima, former President, Chief Executive Officer and Board Director of SRA International, Inc. has joined Providence Equity Partners as a senior adviser. DiPentima will provide advise on new investments in the government services sector. He will also serve on the board of Altegrity, Inc., which is a Providence portfolio company providing training, investigative and security services to federal and private sector clients.

DiPentima said “Throughout its history, Providence has built a tremendous track record of supporting proven, innovative management teams and creating value. I look forward to working with Providence to identify world class management teams and help them build leading government services franchises.”

“We believe the government information services market is a highly attractive area of continued investment for Providence, ” said Julie Richardson, a Managing Director at Providence. “Renny has been a respected leader in the field for years and will bring to Providence strong relationships and a remarkable track record of driving growth. We look forward to working together to build leading businesses in this dynamic industry.”

DiPentima has over 40 years experience in the public and private sectors. He served 30 years in the federal government, including positions with the Social Security Administration and the executive branch. He also served as president and COO of SRA International from 2003 to 2005 and as president and CEO from 2005 to 2007. During his time at SRA, the company grew from $100 million to over $1.2 billion in revenue.

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