As founder, President and CEO of Potomac River Group (PRG), Mr. Frysiek conducts representational and business development activities, oversees the financial obligations of the company and provides guidance and leadership on all company endeavors. Since the inception of PRG in 2003, he has been responsible for the sustainment and continual growth of the company resulting in its status as a highly sought- after and professional provider of government contract services. Mr. Frysiek ensures the company delivers high-quality products and services to PRG’s federal clients within the Departments of Defense, State, Treasury, Justice and Homeland Security as well as state and local law enforcement agencies.
Prior to forming PRG, Mr. Frysiek was the Vice President of National Security Programs at Los Alamos Technical Associates (LATA). During his tenure with LATA, he was responsible for generating a new line of business which resulted in $67m in contract wins supporting the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the Department of State, Bureau of Nonproliferation.
Before LATA and founding PRG, Mr. Frysiek had a successful career as a Supervisory Criminal Investigator with the former United States Customs Service (USCS) now ICE/HSI. He has more than 28 years of experience in law enforcement, border security, financial and illegal export investigations. During his tenure as the Special Agent in Charge of the Washington Field Office, he managed and directed all Customs investigative activities in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and West Virginia. These investigations covered the full gamut of financial, asset removal, money laundering, fraud, anti-terrorism and illegal export violations.
Early in his career, while assigned to Customs Headquarters, he served for one year as the Agency Liaison to the Office of the Attorney General. In this position, he co-authored and helped effectuate the first national drug control strategy that was implemented throughout the federal law enforcement and treatment community.
Additionally, during his Headquarters tour, he served as the Director of the Financial Investigation Division where he oversaw and managed both domestic and international high profile financial, money laundering and asset forfeiture investigations conducted by the 27 SAC field offices and 18 foreign Attaché offices. During that period, he served as the Chief Negotiator on the Money Laundering Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), between the federal agencies. This arduous 8-month process established guidelines and lead agencies for all financial investigations conducted by all federal agencies. This MOU enabled the involved agencies to coordinate their resources to address financial crimes in a cohesive and productive manner.
Mr. Frysiek also served for 3 years as the Assistant Customs Attaché at the American Embassy in London- as well as having served as a Senior Special Agent in the Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Miami field offices during his career.
Mr. Frysiek holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from National Louis University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Philadelphia (now Jefferson) University.