Management Team

Christopher J. Lefebvre, President & CEO
Mr. Lefebvre, a Service-Disabled Veteran, directs the strategic and operational positioning of the company and is responsible for all aspects of ISI’s management including operations, business development, marketing, human resources, and quality assurance. Mr. Lefebvre not only oversees business operations but also sets the tone, philosophy, and long-term strategy for ISI. Mr. Lefebvre currently manages over 50 professionals supporting Federal agencies with program/project management, acquisition support, construction management, real estate transaction and facility service support, and administrative contract support to meet their missions. Mr. Lefebvre is the majority stock holder and Chairman of the Board of Directors.

From 2002 to 2009, Mr. Lefebvre was a Logistics Officer in the United States Marine Corps. As a Captain, he developed core competencies in leadership, personnel management, logistics, and transportation operations. He first deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Bagram, Afghanistan and served as an operations battle captain for the Joint Operations Center. Mr. Lefebvre deployed two subsequent times to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as a Company Executive Officer leading over 300 Marines through daily operations in a combat zone. In his final military assignment, he was selected to serve at Marine Barracks Washington (8th & I) in Washington, DC. There, he was selected as an Executive Officer of Headquarters Company, as well as Parade Adjutant for the Sunset and Evening Parades and as a social aide at the White House. Mr. Lefebvre’s military decorations include the Joint-Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal with Bronze Star (in lieu of second award) and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, and Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

Mr. Lefebvre has a MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland and a BA in government from Campbell University where he was a school All-Academic NCAA wrestler.

Daniel Marshall, Vice President, Principal

Mr. Marshall is an integral part of ISI’s executive team and has more than 20 years of experience in key leadership positions at ISI.  Mr. Marshall supports ISI’s senior management in creating new business and managing existing client relationships.  As a key resource focused on business development, his operational duties include structuring strategic proposals, negotiating business terms and conditions, and closing transactions.  Mr. Marshall is a key contributor to ISI’s overall operations and contract support processes ensuring the organization maximizes the short, mid, and long-term objectives of its existing government contracts.  As such, he serves as an advisor in the development of ISI’s post-award, new business support programs ensuring proper protocols, contract compliance, and consistent, effective communications with professional level federal executives.

Mr. Marshall has been involved with the development of ISI’s Real Estate Transaction Group since 1992.  Under Mr. Marshall’s experienced management, ISI also won the first of its three consecutive term contracts to perform brokerage services for the Department of Veterans Affairs, where it has since managed the procurement process of over 1.25 million square feet of leased space.  Additionally, Mr. Marshall has led ISI’s program development efforts for new contracting vehicles which resulted in ISI obtaining five (5) GSA Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) and the GSA VETS (GWAC).

Mr. Marshall is a minority stockholder and a member of ISI’s Board of Directors.

Ellen Marshall, Vice President
Ms. Marshall, responsible for Contracts Administration, reports directly to the president and CEO. Ms. Marshall provides ongoing operational process analysis, manages project resources, project completion timeframes, and budgets while maintaining operational performance targets. Ms. Marshall supports the CEO in the development and execution of operations supporting company policies and objectives. She has extensive experience with relocation projects and furniture procurements for the Department of the Interior and the National Institutes of Health, which require project and budget planning, team management, scheduling, and formulation of strategic planning and implementation.

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. Mr. Banchoff 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).

Morton Taubman, Corporate Counsel
Mort Taubman, a Veteran, is ISI’s General Counsel and is in charge of all legal matters for the company. He has authored numerous papers and articles concerning corporate accounting and has been an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, George Washington University, and American University, as well as a lecturer at New York University. Mr. Taubman is a member of the Maryland Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.