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Northrop Vet Amy Caro Named Deep Water Point Partner

Amy Caro

Amy Caro, formerly vice president of health solutions at Northrop Grumman’s (NYSE: NOC) information systems business unit, has joined Annapolis, Maryland-based federal management consulting firm Deep Water Point as a partner.

Caro will oversee the company’s health care practice that supports clients such as systems integrators and small businesses, Deep Water Point said Tuesday.

“From program management to financial oversight to customer engagement, Amy brings a diverse skillset to our healthcare practice,” said Howard Seeger, managing partner at Deep Water Point.

Caro spent more than a decade at Northrop, where she led the defense contractor’s health business in support of the departments of Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services, among other federal agency customers.

Prior to Northrop, she held VP roles at DSTI and at American Management Systems, which CGI (NYSE: GIB) acquired in 2004.

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