Tom Dowd: Principal, Civilian Sector Leader, and Health and Human Services Lead Account Partner at KPMG US
Tom Dowd is a principal, civilian sector leader, and health and human services lead account partner at KPMG U.S., working out of the Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area. He delivers strategy operational improvements, change and organizational transformation, and digital enablement solutions to various agencies within the federal government, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Dowd has been with the U.S. arm of KPMG, a multinational auditing and tax advisory firm, for almost 11 years. His role sees him focused on delivering innovative solutions to federal agencies whose mission is to provide health and social services to Americans.
Before joining his current organization, Dowd was a vice president and director of business development at SAIC. He joined the IT consultancy as the assistant vice president of health solutions in 2010.
Earlier in his career, Dowd worked as a senior manager at Deloitte, another multinational auditing firm. Between 1997 to 2004, he was a senior associate at the information technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.
Dowd earned his degree in economics from the University of Rochester. He later earned his bachelor’s degrees in accounting and finance from Lo Moyne College. Later still, he earned his master’s degree in telecommunications and data communications from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Dowd has a professional certificate in strategic management.
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