Northrop, Quest Software Named to USO-Metro’s ‘Circle of Stars’

The USO of Metropolitan Washington honored both Northrop Grumman Corp. and Quest Software Friday for providing funding to the organization by naming the two companies to the organization’s first-ever “Circle of Stars.”

“Supporting those who have given so much to defend our nation is deeply important to Northrop Grumman and to our employees,” said Sandra Evers-Manly, vice president of corporate responsibility and president of the Northrop Grumman Foundation. “Our corporate engagement with the USO is reinforced with employee volunteer efforts, charitable contributions, and strategic partnerships, such our sponsorship of the Military Bowl benefiting the USO, this December.”

“We're proud to be a longtime supporter of USO-Metro's inspiring service to our nation's military,“ said Paul Christman, president and chief executive officer of Quest Software’s public sector business unit. “It's with great pleasure and honor that I accept the Circle of the Stars award on our company's behalf.“

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