Retired Major General Dennis C. Moran Joins Deep Water Point’s DoD Team

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MCLEAN, Va., Feb. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Deep Water Point, a leader in federal management consulting, today announced the addition of MG Dennis C. Moran (USA, Ret.) as a Department of Defense (DoD) subject matter expert. Moran will join a cadre of experts focused on addressing the priorities of the DoD market. He will play a critical role in helping Deep Water Point’s clients better understand the challenges, opportunities and evolving priorities within the current defense environment.

Prior to joining Deep Water Point, Moran served as Vice President of DoD Business Development within Harris Corporation’s Global Business Development organization. In this role, he managed Harris’ strategic engagements across the DoD.  A retired Major General, Moran served 31 years in the U.S. Army. His final assignment was as the Vice Director for Command, Control, Communications and Computers (J6) on the Joint Staff.

“Dennis is an outstanding leader and a great asset to the Deep Water Point DoD business unit,” said Howard Seeger, Managing Partner of Deep Water Point. “He brings more than 31 years of experience in DoD program management. His knowledge of this market is unparalleled, working directly to deliver a number of key information technology initiatives while in active duty and during his roles in industry. He will bring this experience to bear as he helps our customers develop and refine their strategic approach to serving the defense marketplace.”

The Deep Water Point DoD team combines first-hand knowledge of the military’s unique mission and requirements with business development expertise honed by decades of experience working across the defense market. Deep Water Point’s DoD experts—drawn from senior leadership of the military, supporting organizations and industry—know how to navigate the department’s organizational hierarchy and labyrinthine rules and regulations, and how to work effectively within the defense procurement environment. More importantly, the team’s on-going relationships with key players across the department provides our clients with vital situational awareness, in terms of shifting budgets, evolving requirements and operational pain-points.

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Globe Newswire: 15:02 GMT Tuesday 13th February 2018

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