Congratulations to former St Mary’s Squadron Commander Lt Col Tim Corrigan who has been named the Middle East Region Legal Officer.
“Lt Col Corrigan served as a CAP legal officer since 2006, including a tour as the Maryland Wing JA for three years. He is a retired US Army JAG as well as a former US Navy surface warfare officer. He is a private pilot and was awarded the CAP Gil Rob Wilson Award in 2009. He is a graduate of the national legal officers college, national staff college and region staff college. He is licensed to practice law before the United States Supreme Court, Supreme Courts of Arkansas and Missouri, Courts of Appeals of Maryland and the District of Columbia, Supreme Court of Louisiana (In-house Counsel) and the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
He has significant executive level experience with over thirty-five (35) years combined attorney and operational leadership as the corporate Chief Legal Officer, in civilian general law practice, with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and as a U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officer. He has extensive understanding of the federal major systems acquisition processes. A strong background with over sixteen (16) years Federal procurement (FAR/DFAR/HSAR) and fiscal law, suspension and debarment, export controls and specialized/classified programs with the federal government.
His current position supports the Bollinger Shipyards executive leadership in the execution of a multi-billion dollar Federal contract and the pursuit of two additional multi-billion dollar contracts. Prior to this he served as an advisor to the Department of Homeland Security Under Secretary for Management on all major systems acquisitions in excess of three hundred million dollars in Life-cycle Cost Estimates, as well as advising the Department Suspension and Debarment Official.
Lt Col Corrigan has extensive executive level and litigation experience in human resources law in both the private and public sectors with over fifteen (15) years of experience and a comprehensive background in ethics and compliance.” – Col. Knowles