Former DynCorp SVP Craig Reed Moves to Altamont Capital Partners as Senior Advisor

Craig Reed, Altamont Capital Partners

Former DynCorp International senior vice president for strategy and corporate development Craig Reed has been appointed as a senior advisor for Altamont Capital Partners.

Reed has primary responsibility for the firm’s aerospace, defense and government services investments.

ACP is a San Francisco Bay area-based private equity firm with $500 million in capital. Reed will work out of Washington, D.C.

Reed most recently led DynCorp’s growth strategy, mergers and acquisitions and other corporate development functions.

Prior to that, he served as Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) vice president of strategy and business development for the company’s intelligence systems division.

Reed worked at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) from 1983 to 2001 in various strategy, business development and government relations roles.

“With changing defense priorities and the dynamic overall government spending environment, Altamont believes that the aerospace, defense and government services markets will offer opportunities that suit their approach of identifying potential value amidst complexity, ” said Reed. “I’m excited about joining this talented and experienced team and look forward to the challenges of this role.”

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