Gilman Louie, who used to run In-Q-Tel, the indepedent venture arm of the CIA, appears to have made his first investment since leaving that group.

Louie, who has teamed up with former NEA investor, Stewart Alsop at a firm called Alsop Louie Partners, has invested $2 million in Duality, a Mountain View provider of “virtual mobile enterprise” communications services for small and medium sized business and for units within large organizations. PE Week first reported the news today.

If you go to Duality’s site, you’ll see it is still in secretive mode.


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