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We invest alongside leading venture firms in commercially-successful, high-growth technology companies in areas that are of high priority across the U.S. government. 

These companies have the potential to dramatically improve the way our government serves and protects the American people. 

Our team has helped 100+ venture-backed companies, including 10+ unicorns, break into and scale the federal market. 

Rebecca Gevalt

Partner

Rebecca Gevalt is a partner at Dcode Capital. Previously as Dcode’s tech managing director, Rebecca built and operated the stage-agnostic accelerator program, scaling venture-backed tech into the federal market. She also launched Dcode’s government business to teach government stakeholders how to find and contract with nontraditional tech companies.

Prior to Dcode, Rebecca worked at the CIA for more than a decade, and for some of those years, she worked with In-Q-Tel to bring novel tech startups into the national security space. She holds a BS from Tulane University.

Meg Vorland

Partner

Meg Vorland is a partner at Dcode Capital and co-founder of Dcode, where she serves as the chief strategy officer, overseeing core business functions, strategy, and expansion into new markets. As part of the founding team, Meg brings a strong focus on business leadership and growth, ensuring that operations and products are ready to scale. Meg's experience at tech startups has shaped Dcode's accelerator, and she has been working in the federal technology space for most of her career.

Meg played softball for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has an MBA from Darden School of Business, and served in the Obama Administration as a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). In 2021, Washington Business Journal recognized Meg as a 40 Under 40 winner.

Meagan Metzger

Partner

Meagan is a partner at Dcode Capital and the founder and CEO of Dcode, a privately owned company connecting the technology industry and government to drive commercial innovation in the federal market. Previously, Meagan worked as chief operating officer of a government-focused mobile and cloud company, growing it 200% in its first two years. Meagan was also previously chief strategy officer at a government-facing IT consultancy and established it as one of the fastest-growing small businesses on Washington Technology’s Fast 50 for three years in a row. Meagan has worked closely in several roles with senior leadership across DoD and civilian agencies, using her expertise in federal IT acquisitions to execute a billion-dollar IT program. She earned a BBA from George Washington University, where she was an NCAA gymnast.