Equity firm rolls three into one

DC Capital Partners LLC plans to create a new company catering to the information technology needs of federal agencies by integrating three businesses it has acquired.

The private equity firm announced today that it has completed the acquisition of all three firms. The firms are Omen Inc., Technology and Management Services Inc. and the intelligence services division of Global Analytic IT Services Inc. They will now operate under the name National Interests Security Company LLC.

Omen specializes in software and systems engineering services, primarily serving the intelligence community. The GAITS division provides IT services to the intelligence sector, while TMS offers broad range of management consulting and technology services to the government's executive departments and agencies.

As a combined company, NISC will have more than 350 employees, and many of them will have top secret or higher security clearances. The companies under the NISC umbrella will continue to operate independently of each other at first, according to DC Capital Partners.

"Under the NISC umbrella we will have the capabilities, depth and size to provide a greater offering of services to our customers and will provide expanded career opportunities for the employees," said Thomas Campbell, chairman of NISC and president of DC Capital. "The companies have excellent management and a highly skilled and dedicated workforce. We are extremely pleased to have them as partners."

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Technology journalist Michael Hardy is a former FCW editor.

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