Dcode Capital is an invitation-only network of angel investors, VCs, and technology and government legends who invest alongside Dcode in tech companies that can move our country forward.
Through Dcode’s access to both early- and growth-stage financing rounds, the Dcode Capital network will have exclusive opportunities to invest alongside some of the top venture capital funds.
To date, the Dcode Capital network has invested over $3 million in companies that are working with dozens of federal agencies and scaling in one of the last growth frontiers: the government market.
Our alumni companies can email email@example.com to learn about working with Dcode as a strategic investor.
Dcode Capital members gain exclusive access to:
Investment opportunities in the funding rounds of leading technology companies
Access to the latest technology companies scaling in the federal market
Investment advice, education, and evaluation criteria from top tier investors
An exclusive community of like-minded govtech leaders
Our Investment Process
Initial Diligence +As the “first money in” for all Dcode Capital raises, Dcode summarizes its own due diligence on each company in a confidential investment memo for Dcode Capital members.
Collaborative Diligence +Dcode Capital members convene to weigh in on the company and its prospects in the government, followed by a Q&A call with the company’s executives.
Decision-Making +Dcode Capital members can decide to invest (or pass) individually and unilaterally. All investments are made through Dcode Capital investment vehicles.
Growth +Once a company joins the Dcode Capital portfolio, members may choose to support the company’s growth in the federal market through their expertise, networks, and mentorship.
Apply for Membership
Membership to Dcode Capital is by invitation only. Members must qualify as SEC Accredited InvestorsTo be an accredited investor, a person must have an annual income exceeding $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with expectation of earning the same or higher income in the current year. A person is also considered an accredited investor if they have net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with a spouse. and bring significant govtech experience and expertise to the table. To request an invitation, please fill out our application below.