Columbus, OH (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
Mission Essential Personnel, LLC, a global services firm in Columbus, OH announced today that it's application for admission to the International Peace Operations Association was accepted.
Scott Humphrys, Executive Vice President of Mission Essential Personnel said, "The IPOA is not just a trade association, but the voice of an entire industry of ethical, transparent businesses supporting peace and stability operations around the world, and we're proud to be part of that."
The International Peace Operations Association is a trade association whose mission is to promote high operational and ethical standards of firms active in the peace and stability industry; to engage in a constructive dialogue with policy-makers about the growing and positive contribution of these firms to the enhancement of international peace, development, and human security; and to inform the concerned public about the activities and role of the industry.
Chris Taylor, Vice President for Global Initiatives at Mission EP and former Chairman of the IPOA added, "The values contained in the IPOA Code of Conduct and in the consortium of its members are aligned with our company's mission and values. That commitment to excellence, accountability, ethical behavior, and human rights sets an example for all private actors working in the peace and stability industry. Mission EP will significantly contribute to the IPOA and help sustain that example."
About Mission Essential Personnel
Mission Essential Personnel is a veteran-owned, service-disabled global professional services firm with more than 3,000 employees. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the company has offices in Augusta GA, Columbus GA, Fayetteville NC, Linthicum MD, Lorton, VA, and Mainz, Germany. In 2006, the company was recognized with the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Emerging Markets. Mission Essential Personnel was recognized as the fastest growing company in Central Ohio by Business First of Columbus.