Brooks Kahn
Public Sector Marketing and Solution Development


Brooks has more than 25 years of experience serving both the public and private sectors (high tech). In support of the public sector (Federal, State and Local levels) Brooks held senior management and executive positions in sales and marketing within companies supporting the public sector in addition to being a consultant directly to the public sector. At the federal level, Brooks was one of the architects of the Business Modernization Program for the Department of Defense, providing Business Process Management and Re-Engineering consulting services. In support of the Department of Commerce, Brooks co-authored the Economic Disaster Recovery Plan or “Resiliency” Plan in support of the U.S. manufacturing industrial base which provided a template for local and regional municipal resiliency plans.

At the State and Local levels, Brooks authored and executed economic development programs in support of various regions as part of their overall strategic and comprehensive planning efforts. As Vice President of Sales and Marketing for CIPPlanner (a startup enterprise software company serving the public sector) Brooks was responsible for establishing the enterprise and software category Capital Program Management (CPM). In so doing he established CIPPlanner as the market leader for CPM increasing its customer base by a factor of 9 in three years.

As an entrepreneur Brooks founded the Center for Alternate Sources of Parts (CASP); a new business unit for Dayton T. Brown Inc. This division was the most profitable of 7 and generated > $50.0M over three years. Prior to Dayton T. Brown, Brooks founded EASE Systems, a high tech consultancy which was subsequently acquired by Dayton T. Brown.

Brooks was selected as a member of the American Public Works Association (APWA) delegation to China and is considered one of the leaders in “Capital Program Management”. He has published several articles on Capital Program Management including the introduction of Geospatial Capital Program Management (GCPM) and modeling as key components of strategic and capital planning for the public sector.

























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