Mission Essential Personnel Appoints Vice Presidents For Language Operations And Intelligence Services

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To better accomplish its expanding mission of serving the US Government, Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) has created two new vice president positions overseeing new groups within the company.

I am honored to have been able to promote them both to serve as vice presidents, and am eager to see what they'll accomplish in the enhanced roles they now have.

To better accomplish its expanding mission of serving the US Government, Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) has created two new vice president positions overseeing new groups within the company. The new vice presidencies are:

John G. Doran: Vice President of Language Operations Group and Senior Program Manager of MEP's INSCOM IDIQ contract. Doran, who was MEP program manager for continental US operations, will maintain oversight of contracts and delivery orders totaling more than 7,000 full-time employees with a contract value of $700+ million annually. His operational linguist oversight spans programs in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and CONUS-based missions. In the new role Doran will coordinate MEP’s language program and maintain positive relationships with program stakeholders, contract administrators, and customers such as U.S. Army INSCOM. Doran served 22 years in the US Navy, ending as a Command Master Chief of a guided missile destroyer.

Brett S. Mason, PMP, CISSP: Vice President and Senior Program Manager of MEP Intelligence Services Group. Mason, who was Program Manager for MEP’s OMNIBUS support program, now leads MEP’s efforts to serve the 16 US government agencies which conduct intelligence activities, and played the leading role in MEP's win of its Omnibus III and Intelligence Support Services – Afghanistan contracts last summer. Intelligence Services is focused on business growth within the National Intelligence Program (NIP) and the Military Intelligence Program (MIP). An experienced businessman with 25 years of experience, Mason retired from the Air Force as a lieutenant colonel, concluding his career as a member of the Joint Staff.

"Thanks in part to JD and Brett’s contributions, MEP has grown significantly in recent years," said MEP CEO Chris Taylor. "Their responsibilities have increased as the company has expanded, and these promotions recognize their performance. I am honored to have been able to promote them both to serve as vice presidents, and am eager to see what they'll accomplish in the enhanced roles they now have."

About MEP:

MEP is a global professional services company that provides human-capital solutions and program support to government and corporate clients. Currently, MEP is the US government’s leading provider of translators, interpreters and cultural advisors, with more than 7,000 personnel in 13 countries across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe. In addition to language services, MEP provides intelligence support, training and technical services to the US Department of Defense, intelligence agencies and international development organizations. Regardless of a mission’s size or complexity, MEP finds professionals with the skills to support it.

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