Trevor Skelly, Director, Contract Administration
Trevor Skelly previously served in the Office of General Counsel for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, where he advised on a variety of matters including appropriations, ethics, procurement, and personnel. During his time at PBGC, Trevor served as counsel for numerous high priority services and information technology procurements for the Corporation, benefiting from his fifteen years as a warranted contracting officer for the Navy.
Before returning to federal service, Trevor was a tax associate with Goodwin in Boston, Massachusetts where he advised private and public clients on real estate and venture capital transactions including mergers and acquisitions, asset acquisition and sales, stock acquisition and sales, initial public offerings, real estate investment trusts, and tax controversy. During law school, Trevor interned with Goodwin in Boston and with the Raytheon Company’s tax department in Waltham, Massachusetts as well as serving as a law clerk for the Hon. Mary T. Sullivan on the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Prior to legal practice, Trevor was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy in 2007. He served aboard USS Cowpens (CG-63) in Yokosuka, Japan and then subsequently entered the Navy’s procurement community. Trevor served as a contracting officer and deputy branch chief for base services and annual military exercises in Naples, Italy; as a contracting officer for ship repair in Bahrain; as a contracting officer and branch chief in Kabul, Afghanistan responsible for procurement of information technology and air charter services for the Afghan National Army; and, finally, as a contract specialist at the Office of Special Projects in Washington, DC. Trevor’s navy reserve experience includes serving as executive officer for DCMA’s Eastern Region Office, where he was handpicked by the DCMA Director to assist with litigation at DCMA’s International Office in Houston, Texas and later to advise on procurement integrity matters at DCMA’s headquarters at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Trevor is an alumnus of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and Boston College Law School in Newton, Massachusetts. Trevor also has a Certificate in Public Policy from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Executive Education in Singapore. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and is DAWIA Level III in Contracting. Trevor resides in Miami, Florida.