Richard Banchoff, Legal Counsel
Richard Banchoff, a Service-Disabled Veteran, is a senior manager and attorney with extensive Federal sector and private entrepreneurial experience.
Mr. Banchoff served as a Political Appointee in both the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations as a member of the Senior Executive Service (ES-5) and has served as Chief of Staff and Chief Counsel to the Chairman of the Merit Systems Protection Board, an independent, quasi-judicial agency in the Executive Branch that serves as the guardian of the Federal Government's merit systems.
is currently supporting ISI's Enhanced-Use Lease and National Broker's Contract with Department of Veterans Affairs
Mr. Banchoff was in the United States Navy from January 1969 to February 1972.
After Officer Candidate School, he
served one year in the River Patrol Force in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam (and briefly in Cambodia) as DCA and Engineering Officer on the USS Benewah
During that tour, he
was awarded the Bronze Star with "V" device and a Navy Commendation Medal.
Mr. Banchoff graduated from Columbia University School of Law, JD (Stone Scholar) and received B.A. in history from Georgetown University.
He is a member of the Bar in Washington, DC, the United States District Court (DC) and the United States Circuit Court of Appeals (DC and Federal Circuit).