Bob Phillips to Lead IAP Worldwide

IAP Worldwide Services named Robert L. Phillips president of the firm, while Steve Gaffney will continue to serve as Chairman of the board of directors.

According to the firm, “the last three years leading IAP's global Base Operations Support Services Business Area Team, which provides sustaining support for ongoing federal base operations in the U.S. and overseas. In his new position, Phillips will oversee all aspects of IAP's day-to-day operations and will report directly to IAP's board of directors.”

“Bob Phillips is an exceptionally accomplished leader with a wide-range of experience in directing large and complex facilities, construction, and infrastructure programs,“ Gaffney said. “He has a proven track record and a thorough understanding of our customers' needs, making him well-qualified to lead IAP.“

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