Egan Engineering Support Services LLC

EESS is a Limited Liability Company, service disabled veteran-owned small business headquartered in Oakton, Virginia. As such, EESS qualifies for consideration of special federal procurement set-aside contract opportunities. [DUNS = 176413206, EIN = 20-8453108] The company is registered with the CCRS. (Cage Code can be provided on request). Clients have included Bollinger-Halter Marine Joint Venture in the USCG Deepwater Project, ATT, System Planning Corporation, Battelle Memorial Institute, Bratslavsky Consulting Engineers, and mentor – protégé arrangements with WR Systems, Ltd. Mr. Egan and several EESS consultants have active “TOP SECRET” security clearances.

EESS provided capture management for Bratslavsky Consulting Engineers (BCE), crafting a highly skilled team to compete for the US Department of Homeland Security TABSS proposal - ceiling is several billion dollars. RFP was released in 2010 with award to be announced in early FY 2012. EESS has agreed to join BCE in joint ventures requiring both facility and ocean engineering expertise. BCE is a highly talented, woman-owned disadvantaged small business with specialization in civil engineering and commissioning facilities. They are headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska with field offices in Virginia, Florida, and Washington State.

EESS has engaged in technical evaluation of marine environmental systems that lead to cleaner ballast water, cleaner stack emissions and better engine efficiency. The objective provides a Green solution to help ship owners to comply with recent international regulations of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and prevent expensive delays in port and fines by regulatory authorities. EESS has interest in partnering to produce the next generation of Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights for ships. Such a project has exciting potential to drastically reduce auxiliary power requirements of ships, reduce maintenance, reduce on-board spares and by substituting environmentally friendly materials for toxic materials - break the toxic waste stream currently caused by fluorescent and mercury vapor and cadmium lights used aboard ships today. Finally EESS is also providing for funding evaluation teams in NYC research, technical and risk assessment of proposals submitted to humanitarian foundations for funding. EESS regularly provides support to a variety of charities including the Kennedy Center Foundation, the Boy Scouts of America, the Propeller Club and the Marine Technology Society. EESS LLC officials have participated as judges in the Fairfax County Schools Science Fair.

Egan Engineering Support Services

EESS is a scientific, engineering and technical support consulting firm specializing in environmental technologies, advancing homeland security and national defense by assisting clients in expanding their capabilities to enhance readiness through managerial, strategic, tactical and operational planning, support and oversight. The primary core of EESS’ activities incorporates a RAMCAP methodology incorporating risk analysis, risk assessment, risk-based decision support, risk portfolio management, preparedness evaluation and continuity of operations planning review, training curriculum development, exercise management and third party independent organizational performance evaluation. We apply the RAMCAP approach to risks as diverse as piracy, maritime terrorism, other transportation mode (trains, mass transit, busses, trucks, etc.) risks, facilities safety and security risks (power plants, chemical manufacturing, and other), natural hazards from big storms, earthquakes and tsunami, and environmental risks from oil or chemical spills and releases. In addition, EESS has special technical competencies in supply chain security involving the evaluation and integration of security systems, including sensors, alarms, wireless communication devices, audio/visual monitoring systems, and satellite tracking. EESS has special expertise and world-class experience in Knowledge Management and special techniques in high capacity data mining for forensic purposes. Finally EESS has a maritime scientific focus with emphasis on combating global climate change through the development and adaptation of innovative “green” sensor technologies where by measuring we can better manage energy consumption and reduce toxic waste streams.

The principal of EESS, Dennis Michael Egan, offers clients exceptional leadership, networking expertise and many years of experience regarding national defense and homeland security planning and operations. Following his 34 years of active-duty military service on behalf of our nation, Mike remains fully committed and engaged in promoting - and better enabling our national defense and homeland security. Building on his exceptional expertise, experience and network of professional colleagues, he founded EESS to support and advance this vital mission. EESS offers it specialized consulting and support services to, and has clients from both the public and private sectors. The EESS concept is to assemble a qualified team of experts and specialists, led by Mr. Egan, specifically tailored to a client’s requirements. He provides expert assistance for clients in green energy, environmental and sustainable technologies to prepare successful grant and venture proposals. He both markets proposals and brokers potential sources of project public, commercial and private financing.

Captain Dennis “Mike” Egan, PE USCG-Retired

Capping his years of distinguished service with the United States Coast Guard, Mr. Egan was the Chief of the Commandant’s Situation Room and Coast Guard's Office of Command, Control and Preparedness from 1999-2002, serving as the Service's principal contingency planner and command center program manager during Y2K and the events of 9-11. He also distinguished himself as the Director of several major international military readiness and environmental response exercises, and was Coast Guard's senior service contingency planner for TOPOFF 1.

Among his many career achievements, Mr. Egan was a Sloan Fellow at MIT (1991) and an ASME Congressional Fellow assigned to the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA. (2007-2008) He also successfully served as a Senior Scientist and the Director for the System Planning Corporation's Center for Border and Transportation Security (2002-2004). He led the corporation's $3.4 million program in support of the Department of Homeland Security's Operation Safe Commerce. Under his leadership, this highly complex, challenging project coordinating security teams in the Mid-East and Far-East, was completed successfully on time and well within targeted costs.

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The 5 Key Questions of Our Risk Methodology

1) What Can Go Wrong?

2) How Likely Is It?

3) What Are the Consequences?

4) How Can We Best Manage the Risk Portfolio?

5) What Is Our Best Plan B When Plan A Doesn't Work Out?

 

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