LRS Federal, a Maryland-based engineering and construction company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Perry as LRS Federal’s Vice President of Client Services. In this leadership position, Brian will lead the business development and client interaction for our federal customers nationwide. LRS Federal provides support to the United States Air Force, United States Army, Defense Logistics Agency, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Energy, Veterans Administration and US Army Corps of Engineers.
Mr. Perry, a Navy veteran that served two tours of duty in Desert Storm, comes to LRS Federal from Bank of America where he was a Vice President for Global Learning Product Management. In this role, he created the Product Advisory Board for Global Learning Products and managed the implementation of their Learning Management System. Prior to working at Bank of America, Brian spent ten years working as the Director of Client Services on the EM-Assist management team, including being part of the team that sold and transitioned EM-Assist to Cardno in 2012. During his tenure at EM-Assist, Brian developed the Learning Management System (LMS) that was eventually implemented on over 20military installations, including throughout the entire Marine Corps, and for 80,000 users at Fort Hood Army Post.
“Brian has the industry relationships and proven ability to develop growth opportunities in the federal contracting market. His energy and credibility are key traits that fit in perfectly with LRS’ culture and our reputation with our clients.” said LRS CEO, Sean Logan, a 1985 Naval Academy graduate. “We’ve known and worked with Brian for many years and look forward to the new clients and new service areas that LRS is interested in pursuing during this period of exciting growth in our company.”
LRS Federal is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with headquarters outside Annapolis, Maryland and supports federal projects nationwide with a focus on engineering, construction management, environmental services, “green” energy initiatives, and program/project management support.
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