Executive Profile: Tom Romeo, MAXIMUS Federal Services President

Tom Romeo

Tom Romeo serves as president of MAXIMUS‘ federal services subsidiary, where he is in charge of the business’ operations and expansion efforts.

He has previously worked as a senior health and human services executive at Accenture and held different roles across many lines of business during his 25 years at IBM.

Romeo has been involved in government contracting activities with agencies such as the Commerce Department and the U.S. Postal Service and led domestic and international teams on software deployment, insurance, construction and other projects.

Romeo holds a master’s degree in management information systems from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the State University of New York, where he also received an associate degree in applied science business administration.

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