Deep Water Point appoints another principal to its team

Deep Water Point has added Martin Cummings to its team of principals, making this the company’s second principal hire in under a week.

In his new position, Cummings will focus on working with clients in need of guidance and expertise with capture and growth management, Deep Water Point said. Last week, the company announced it had hired former Unisys executive Tony Pease as a principal.

He previously served as vice president for strategic market development at Daon, an identity management software solutions company. Before Daon, Cummings was vice president for Homeland Security at AT&T Federal, and vice president of business development for Integic.

Before that, he was for sixteen years TRW’s director of business development.

“Deep Water Point is a top notch organization. I look forward to collaborating and rolling up my sleeves to assist clients in working towards their goals,” Cummings said.

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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