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*For Hire* 28 Year, Former GS-15 DEA, TS/SCI Elig,

PHILIP “TONY” RYAN

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE
Seasoned and accomplished professional, offering 28 years of experience in international, federal, state, and local-level

security and law enforcement activities that hone outstanding ability to coordinate well with management and cross-
functional teams. Armed with extensive leadership skills essential in building highly efficient teams to deliver the highest

quality operation toward the achievement of common goals. Analytical and problem-solver with proven decision-making
skills; prompt in responding to all operational challenges with confidence, determination, and focus. Competent in
delivering program and budget needs as well as implementing solutions-focused approach to problems. Recognized for
time management skills; able to work independently and surpass task and organizational objectives. Known for
delivering high-quality work on time, multi-tasking a broad range of responsibilities, and thriving under pressure.
Eligible for Top Secret and SCI, HCS, and TK Security Clearance.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE

CRISIS MANAGEMENT
GOVERNANCE, COMPLIANCE, AND AUDIT
INCIDENT ANALYSIS
IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT
INTERFERENCE DETECTION AND PREVENTION
SECURITY APPLICATION
DATA LEAK PREVENTION

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
INVESTIGATION AND UNDERCOVER
FORENSIC ANALYSIS
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT

THREAT/ VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT MANAGEMENT

BUDGET MANAGEMENT
INSTRUCTOR – INTERNATIONAL TRAINING

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

THE RYAN GROUP, LLC ▪May 2014- Present

The Ryan Group—Manassas, VA
PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER 2014–Present
– Provide accurate recommendations with regard to the Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) and Narco-Terrorism
concerns.
– Leverages 28+ years of Federal Law Enforcement experience as a special agent in securing contracts related to
Transnational Organized Crime effort in support to U.S. government agencies.
ULTRA ELECTRONICS, PROLOGIC ▪ 2012- May 2014

ProLogic—Manassas, VA
DIRECTOR OF INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE, AND RECONNAISSANCE SOLUTIONS – LAW ENFORCEMENT PORTFOLIO 2012–2014
– Provide accurate recommendations with regard to the Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) and Narco-Terrorism
concerns.
– 28+ years of industry expertise in securing contracts related to Transnational Organized Crime effort in support to U.S.
government agencies.
– Business Development lead for product solution sets to the law enforcement and intelligence communities.
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION—UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ▪ 1984–2012

Chief Worldwide Operations—Washington DC
TOP OPERATIONAL ASSISTANT | OFFICE OF CHIEF OF OPERATIONS (GS-15 LEVEL) 2010–2012
– Organized/Advised the enforcement operations of foreign offices consisting of 85 cities in 67 countries.
– Monitored and provided advice to DEA’s numerous departments, such as Pharmaceutical Division, Air Wing Operations,
Special Operations Division (SOD), and Financial Investigations Special Projects/Afghanistan Operations.
– Directed the development of strategic and operational intelligence to drive enforcement operations with a priority on
national security issues.
– Regularly provided briefings to members of Congress, Senate, Department of Justice, Homeland Security, Military and
other high-level US and foreign governmental agencies and officials.

 

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– Managed staff of 12 and budget in excess of $2M for The International Drug Enforcement Conference (IDEC) over 4
consecutive years with conferences held in Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, and Turkey and attended by 75-100 countries each
year.
Chief Worldwide Operations—Washington DC
SECTION CHIEF | OFFICE OF GLOBAL ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT SECTION (GS-15 LEVEL) 2008–2010
– Managed 24 headquarters employees who provided administration support to 85 Foreign Offices in 67 countries to include:
foreign language training, passport/visa acquisitions, and administration of all strategic support of foreign staffing of
Special Agents, Intelligence and support personnel.
– Directed crisis management team to remove 122 personnel and close 4 offices in Bolivia ahead of the 90-day schedule.
– Managed 8 regions personnel with respect to the entire foreign tour to include: all aspects of pre-deployment training,
reporting dates, calculation and administration of home leave, rest and relaxation and regional rest breaks.
– Managed the selection of foreign personnel through best qualified lists.
– Developed and implemented cost-saving practices in the areas of the foreign language training, which generated savings of
$3M.
– Established and applied “temporary quarters” policy that improved security for DEA personnel as well as generated and
increased $2M savings yearly.
United States Embassy (Country Attaché for the Countries of Malaysia and Brunei)—Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
DEAATTACHÉ |UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR TO MALAYSIA ON NARCOTICS AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIMES 2005–2008
– Commanded and monitored DEA’s enforcement and administrative operation that focused on complex criminal
investigations and international drug trafficking organizations operations in Malaysia and Brunei.
– Developed and directed law enforcement strategies aimed at disrupting and dismantling international and domestic
criminal syndicates and drug trafficking organizations with emphasis on complex money laundering and their financial
infrastructure.
– Directly responsible for all aspects of turnaround in country productivity, enforcement priorities and collaborative working
relationships with other law enforcement, public sector officials, and private partners within the community in furtherance
of overall operations.
– Coordinated with Royal Malaysian Police law enforcement agencies, public sector officials, and community coalitions to
monitor operations and reduce drug abuse cases.
– Responsible for successful disruption and dismantling of the Kulim, Malaysia mega-lab which resulted in the seizure of
more than 550 kilos of ice methamphetamine and 40,000 ecstasy pills.
District Office—Tucson, AZ
SUPERVISOR |SPECIAL AGENT-IN-CHARGE 2001–2005
– Developed and directed all enforcement strategies including intelligence programs aimed at disrupting and dismantling
international and domestic criminal syndicates with an emphasis on the Southwest border and related source countries.
– Thoroughly administered and manipulated daily administrative and enforcement operations across Tucson, Arizona area.
– Spearheaded and monitored numerous intelligence analysts and collection.
– Constantly ensured accurate phone intercept (T-III) operations of the Southern Arizona Border Initiative (S.A.B.I) that
consisted of numerous law enforcement personnel from different organizations, such as DEA, FBI, United States Homeland
Security, and Pima County Sheriff’s Department to form effective enforcement strategies that resulted in more than
doubling output in key enforcement priorities.
– Directed and supervised DEA state / local task force group, consisting of law enforcement officers from seven different
local police departments.
– Represented DEA in all press conferences as principal spokesman and public information officer for electronic print media.

– Handled numerous intelligence gathering programs as Homeland Security representative of United States Attorney’s Anti-
Terrorist Task Force.

EARLIER POSITIONS HELD:
Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy / Drug Enforcement Administration Academy—Quantico, VA, USA
SENIOR SPECIAL AGENT INSTRUCTOR—International Training Division 1997–2001
– Instructed the National Drug Police of countries throughout the free world on DEA investigative techniques as it relates to
Transnational Organized Crime and the global trafficking crisis.
United States Embassy—Nassau, Bahamas
SENIOR SPECIAL AGENT 1992–1997

 

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– Lead and participated in international organized crime drug enforcement investigations with focus on reducing the threat,
trafficking, use and the entry of illegal drugs into the United States.
Chicago Field Division—Chicago, IL, USA
SPECIAL AGENT 1986–1992
– Lead and participated in complex organized crime drug enforcement investigations with focus on reducing the threat,
trafficking, use and related violence of illegal drugs.
– Worked undercover and prepared cases for successful prosecution; Testified in numerous court proceedings for underlying
cases as an expert witness.

United States Capitol Police—Washington, DC, USA
UNDERCOVER NARCOTICS OFFICER 1984–1986
– Successfully accomplished a two-year assignment inside the United States Senate as “undercover agent”.
– Provided 100% rating in the conviction of individuals with narcotics and explosives violations.

EDUCATION

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DEA SPECIAL AGENT TRAINING ACADEMY ▪ 1986

FBI/DEA Academy – Quantico, VA
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ▪ 1982 – 1984
University of Baltimore—Baltimore, MD
ASSOCIATES OF ARTS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT ▪ 1979- 1981
Catonsville Community College—Catonsville, MD
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN CORRECTIONS ▪ 1979 – 1981
Catonsville Community College—Catonsville, MD

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

JOHNS HOPKINS EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TRAINING
MILLER HEIMAN STRATEGIC SELLING SEMINAR
HAZMAT, OSHA, CLANDESTINE LAB AND SAFETY
FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS, FIREARMS, CRISIS MANAGEMENT
ELECTRONIC VOICE AND DATA INTERCEPTION (T-III)
INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION
ASSET FORFEITURE
MONEY LAUNDERING

CERTIFIED DOJ / DEA INTERNATIONAL INSTRUCTOR

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (FLEOA)
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP)
THE FEDERAL CONTRACTOR NETWORK (TFCN)
THE ASHBURN GROUP (TAG)
SOCIETY OF 1811’S
GLOBAL POLICE TRAINERS
RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION ABILITY ▪ TITLE III (WIRETAP) INVESTIGATIONS
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrator’s Award

U.S. Ambassador’s Award

Numerous Letters of Commendation, Community, and Law Enforcement Awards

PHILIP “TONY” RYAN

 

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Director of Investigations for Capitol Scholastic Hockey League / Northern Virginia (2019 – Present)

Head Coach Colgan Senior High School Varsity Ice Hockey (2017- Present)
Director of Player Safety and Hockey Integrity Potomac Patriot (2013 – Present)

Assistant Coach – Potomac Prospects (Spring 2013)
Head Coach – Prince William Hockey Club (2012 – 2013)
Assistant Coach – Woodbridge Middle School Hockey Team (2012 – 2013)
Assistant Coach – Osbourn Park Middle School Hockey Team (2011 – 2012)
Assistant Coach – Prince William Hockey Club (2009 – 2013)
Head Coach – International School of Kuala Lumpur (2006 – 2009)

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