IRVING, TEXAS (September 8, 2005) – DynCorpInternational has named Jeffrey E. Scheferman Senior Vice-Presidentfor Operations and Edward Phelan Senior Vice-President forStrategic Business Development. The two men will be responsible formanaging and developing the company’s growing business withnon-U.S. government customers.
Mr. Scheferman most recently was president and CEO of ColliersSealy International of Los Angeles, one of Southern California’slargest full-service commercial real estate firms. From 1997-2000,he was with Airport Group International, serving as regionaldirector for Latin America and managing director of Airport GroupAustralia. From 1995-1997, he was director of internationalbusiness development for HK Systems of Hebron, Kentucky, amaterial-handling-systems integration company.
Mr. Scheferman had a 26-year career with the United States MarineCorps, retiring with the rank of colonel. He holds a bachelor’sdegree in economics from Ripon College in Wisconsin and a master’sdegree in public administration from Capitol University inColumbus, Ohio.
Edward Phelan has been with DynCorp International since 2001, andis currently Vice-President for Commercial Operations. Beforejoining the company, he served for ten years with the UnitedNations. In his last assignment with the U.N., he had globalresponsibility for directing the administrative, logistics,communications, and information-technology services for all U.N.organizations. During this period he played key roles inpeacekeeping missions in Kosovo, Cambodia, and the formerYugoslavia.
Before joining the U.N., Mr. Phelan served in the United StatesArmy, retiring with the rank of colonel. He holds a master’s degreein logistics management science from the Florida Institute ofTechnology, an M.B.A. Executive Seminars Program degree fromPepperdine University in Los Angeles, and a bachelor’s degree inbiological sciences and chemistry from North Dakota StateUniversity.
DynCorp International is a leading professional services andproject-management firm serving governments, corporations, andinternational organizations worldwide. Headquartered in Irving,Texas, it has more than 14,000 employees in some 35 countries. Ithas its origins in 1946 with the founding of Land-Air, Inc.,company subsequently known as Dynalectron Corporation and later asDynCorp. It had revenues of nearly $2 billion in the fiscal yearending March 31, 2005.