Mr. Brown comes to MPR as a recognized industry leader in RAM services. He has 27 years of related military experience combined with an additional 13 years of Federal and Commercial sector experience.

RAM will be a major growth area for MPR Federal Services in 2012 and beyond. As the new Director of RAM Services, Mr. Brown will lead all growth opportunities, project management, and lead generation as MPR continues to actively pursue RAM projects for the Federal Government.

“Phil Brown comes to MPR as an experienced senior executive who will lead and build upon MPR’s successful Conditioned Based Maintenance and RAM services for our commercial clients extending and growing that business specifically with our Federal sector clients,” says Dale Driscoll, Vice President Federal Services. “During a time of severely constrained capital budgets, extending the life and improving the reliability of systems and equipment will be vital to our national security and growth.”

Before joining MPR, Mr. Brown was the Senior Program Manager for Orbis, Inc. leading several reduction of total ownership cost projects and providing metrics, risk management, and reliability analysis for critical safety items programs. Additionally, during his corporate career he has held positions on all levels of the corporate ladder specifically providing leadership, management, and growth strategies for organizations and federal clients.

Mr. Brown holds a BS from Regents (Excelsior) College and a MBA in International Business from Barrington University. He retired from the Navy at the rank of Lieutenant Commander.

About MPR Federal Services
MPR Federal Services assists U.S. government clients in implementing new technologies in critical, complex, highly integrated systems, facilities, ships, and other crafts. We provide solutions for Federal Clients that ensure project success based on our superior technical and management expertise through our Technical Project Integrator (TPI), Reliability, Availability, & Maintainability (RAM), and System & Component Design services. MPR provides development, engineering, design, test, consulting, and project management services primarily for the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Energy.

About MPR Associates
MPR Associates is an employee-owned engineering and project management services firm founded in 1964. The company is headquartered in Alexandria, VA., with offices in Houston, TX, Clifton Park, NY, edminster, NJ, and East Lyme, CT. MPR maintains a staff of 200 and actively recruits promising ngineers and scientists from major U.S. colleges and universities, as well as the industry. MPR specializes in serving the health and life sciences, energy, and defense and national security market segments. The company supports clients in over 50 countries and 6 continents. The company is responsible for more than 200 patents and 100 “first-of-a-kind” proprietary solutions. For information on MPR, please visit

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