Mac Curtis joins Blue Delta Capital Partners as venture fellow
Former Perspecta CEO joined McLean equity firm
Mac Curtis, the former chairman, president and CEO of Perspecta Inc., has joined McLean-based government services equity firm Blue Delta Capital Partners as a venture fellow.
Herndon-based national security contractor Peraton Inc. acquired Chantilly-based federal IT contractor Perspecta in May for $7.1 billion. Curtis took Perspecta public in 2018 by merging his company, Vencore Inc., with the U.S. Public Sector unit of DXC Technology Co. and Keypoint Government Solutions.
Before running Vencore, Curtis was the CEO of Vangent Inc., which General Dynamic Information Technology Inc. acquired in 2011.
Curtis holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute. He has been on the Wash100 list seven times.
Curtis serves on the boards of the Military Bowl and the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. He chaired the American Heart Association’s Greater Washington Heart Ball and Heart Walk, as well as the Professional Services Council.
Formed in 2009, Blue Delta is a growth stage venture capital firm focused on the U.S. government services market. The company provides equity investments in return for non-controlling ownership positions. Blue Delta has made 23 investments and has had 10 full exits and three major dividends which together created more than $1 billion in shareholder value.