Dylan will contribute significantly across the firm’s practice areas, and add practical experience to our knowledge base in defense contracting.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Fairmont Consulting Group LLC is pleased to announce that Dylan Currie has joined the firm as an Analyst in its Boston office. Dylan comes to Fairmont from Raytheon, where he was a member of the contracts organization. He recently completed Raytheon’s Leadership Development Program. Dylan’s range of responsibilities included structuring sound business solutions throughout the entire acquisition life cycle, including proposal development, contract negotiation, changes and disputes, and export/import compliance.
While at Raytheon, Dylan managed contracts in the Naval and Area Mission Defense product-line for the Department of Defense, foreign militaries through both Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Direct Commercial Sales, and several private industry defense contractors. He supported such programs as the Phalanx Close In Weapon System, the SeaRAM Missile System and the DDG1000 Zumwalt-class Destroyer and CVN78 Ford-class Carrier Programs, both first-in-class ships. His efforts supported new product procurement, R&D and life-cycle services.
“Dylan is an exciting new addition to Fairmont’s growing team. He will contribute significantly across the firm’s practice areas, and add practical experience to our knowledge base in defense contracting.” said Ben Harper, Principal at Fairmont Consulting group. “We are very pleased and privileged that Dylan has chosen to join the firm.”
Prior to joining Raytheon’s Leadership Development Program, Dylan served in a district office for the U.S. House of Representatives and worked in the financial services industry with Bank Of America Merrill Lynch. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Indiana University, double majoring in Economics and Public Policy, and minoring in Political Science. While in school he participated in the Army's ROTC program and completed the U.S. Army’s Leadership Training Course, a five-week field training exercise for cadets at Fort Knox, KY. He has previously held a Secret clearance.