Deep Water Point hires former Unisys exec as new principal

Deep Water Point has hired Tony Pease to serve on their team of principals.

Founded in 2002, Deep Water Point is a privately held company that helps clients accelerate their strategic growth by connecting them to the capture, development and marketing resources needed to succeed in today’s federal world, the company said. It specializes in IT, infrastructure, human capital and resource planning and mission systems programs.

Pease was previously vice president of Unisys Federal’s defense business. At Unisys, Pease managed and grew business for Air Force and Navy customers. He also initiated and led the Business Transformation Center, a competency center responsible for introducing management consulting services across the Firm’s Global Public Sector.

“Joining Deep Water Point is a great next step for me. I look forward to using my past experiences to guide my clients to greater success,” Pease said.

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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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