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JOHN M. SHREWSBURY, P.E., DBIA, A veteran-owned small business

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GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING HISTORY

John Shrewsbury obtained through extensive training the qualifications as a U.S. Navy Contracting Officer, and member of the Federal Government Acquisition Professional Corps. As a contracting officer he was both assigned as Officer in Charge of Construction South Texas and Resident Officer in Charge of Construction for a specific office. He directed contracting awards and administration for five separate offices in Texas covering from the Louisiana border to San Antonio and South to the Mexican Border. Combined the awarded and administered over $40 million annually in their contract actions. Subsequently, John’s time at the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration where he worked for ten years as a Senior Project Manager, where he obtained the contracting certification as Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative through numerous courses and hours of study. During this period he was involved in the $300 million campus development in Hawaii (through government contracting actions).

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: NOAA PROJECTS

Specific Government Contracts with the Department of Commerce included:

1. The Inouye Regional Center ($210million) (Multiple Contracts)

2. The Marine Science and Storage Facility ($40million)

3. The Marine Observers Operations/Storage Facility ($1.5million)-Design- Build

4. The Ship Operations/Storage and Piers Renovations ($30million)

5. Campus Masterplan ($3million)

6. Child Day Care Facility ($10million)-Design-Build

7. Puget Sound Marine Research Facility Floatation, study, design, and repairs (Multiple phases)

8. Ketchikan Ship Operations Piers Replacement ($6million)-Design-Build

9. Puget Sound Marine Facilities Fish Research Expansion Study

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS-CAPTURE MANAGER, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Led the business development and contract capture activities for the Federal Government Sector creating and leading the teams preparing the proposals, establishing the subcontractor teaming, client engagement, and overall management. Won 3 design-build contracts from the City of Los Angeles for Port Security ($15M), two additional ATK-operated defense ammunition manufacturing plant modernization contracts totaling over $40M (Independence MO, and Radford VA).

GOVERNMENT PROJECTS LIST INCLUDES:

1. U.S. Army (ATK Government Owned Contractor Operated-GOCO) Ammunition Plant design and construction upgrades-Independence MO

2. U.S. Army (ATK Government Owned Contractor Operated-GOCO) Radford Army Ammunition Depot new design and construction of Hydrochloric Acid plant-Radford VA

3. Port of Los Angeles Cruise Terminal Security upgrades, new construction-San Pedro CA

4. Port of Los Angeles Harbor Department's new Security Operations Center, new construction-San Pedro CA

5. Port of Los Angeles Hazardous Container Inspection Facility (Nuclear), concept and design services (multiple awards)-San Pedro CA

6. Led National-Team on Opportunity for Security Systems Design and Construction with General Dynamics as the Prime-Lead company for the Asian Games in Qatar.

U.S. NAVY WORLD-WIDE CONTINGENCY SERVICES CONTRACT-GOVERNMENT CONTRACT CAPTURE TEAM MEMBER AND PRESIDENT OF THE JOINT VENTURE ENTITY:

John performed as the president of a three-company joint venture (DynCorp International, Parsons, PWC Logistics), including significant part of Proposal development team for a $450M contract from the U.S. Navy for a “world-wide contingency services” for all military and government services anywhere. The U.S. Navy awarded the contract to the Joint Venture. He also managed the creation of the three-party operating agreement with lawyers in the U.S., Europe and Middle East.

FOR RELEASE AT

5 p.m. ET No. 841-06

August 31, 2006

CONTRACTS-NAVY

Contingency Response Services, LLC, Irving, Texas, is being awarded a maximum $450,000,000 (guaranteed minimum of $100,000) cost-plus-award-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide short term facilities support services with incidental construction in response to natural disasters, humanitarian efforts, contingencies and other requirements (i.e. due to non-performance by an incumbent contractor or instances where there is an unanticipated lapse in service) at various locations (including remote locations) throughout the world. The work to be performed provides for all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, incidental engineering, and other items necessary to provide facilities support services. Work will be performed at multiple sites worldwide - the exact location of individual efforts will be designated on individual task orders, and work is expected to be completed August 2007 (August 2011 with options). Contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured via the NAVFAC e-solicitation website with four offers received. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, Services Contracts Division, Hawaii, is the contracting activity (N62742-06-D-1113).