GovCon Vets Donna Morea, Deepak Hathiramani Join Blue Delta Advisory Board

Donna Morea

Blue Delta Capital Partners has appointed government services market veterans Donna Morea and Deepak Hathiramani to the advisory board of the McLean, Va.-based investment company, the Washington Business Journal reported Wednesday.

Morea serves as chair of the board of directors at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and is the former president of CGI Group‘s (NYSE: GIB) technology and solutions subsidiary. Hathiramani founded and led Vistronix Intelligence & Technology Solutions, which ASRC Federal acquired in August 2016 as part of intelligence community market push.

Deepak Hathiramani

Blue Delta co-founder Mark Frantz told the publication that both appointees bring operating experience he believes could further drive the venture capital firm’s investment efforts within the government services industry.

“It is business services, so talent is everything. So our ability to tap into some of the best existing and up-and-coming players in the space is only enhanced when you have folks like this at the table,” Frantz added.

The McLean, Va.-based company seeks non-control ownership positions in GovCon players through equity investment efforts.

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