- Radio Tower Maintenance
- TC AIMS II System Sources Sought
- PEO EIS DoD Biometrics - Project Management Office Support (PMOS) Services
- Army Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Services Industry Day
- Presolicitation Synopsis for the ACC - Rock Island of its intent to release a RFDOP for the AESD
- LMP SUPPORT
- CHESS Information Exchange hosted by PEO EIS
On Feb. 24, Secretary Hagel introduced the fiscal year 2015 defense budget. As a part of the continued drawdown in Afghanistan and strategic shift in our efforts, the budget included a “repositioning to focus on the strategic challenges and opportunities that will define our future” by focusing on new technologies. We are already working to develop and deploy many new technologies in support of the Army around the world.
My priorities for this year address many of Secretary Hagel’s concerns. Uninterrupted capability delivery in a changing fiscal environment is my number one objective. While we adjust to a new battle rhythm, we must continue to provide new and improving technology products and services while focusing on execution excellence.
Second, as an acquisition organization, execution excellence is critical and is only possible when the alchemy of an organization is right and the right skills and services are in place to meet the emerging demands of a flexible Army so that Soldiers are supported everywhere. A related effort but no less important is working with our partners across the contracting command to proactively award and manage contracts to get the capabilities into the field faster.
Next, ensuring that our organization is the right size, has the right skill sets resident in our workforce and helping the team identify and develop the skill sets anticipated in the future as we continue the strategic shift is a central and ongoing effort across the organization.
Finally, while we’re developing new technologies, modernizing the network, and introducing next generation products and services, we must also continue to strengthen the management of our systems in sustainment and improve IT acquisition. These are focus areas that I feel are important for us to develop as both the strategic and technology landscapes continue to change.
I recently spoke with C4ISR & Networks, Fed Tech and Military Information Technology magazines about my priorities in the year ahead - you can read more about them in the March issues of these magazines. The electronic versions of these will be linked on the PEO EIS news page. In February, we held two more industry information exchanges. Nearly 900 industry partners attended the CHESS Info Exchange and the Enterprise Resource Planning systems event. It is my commitment to our customers, business partners and industry partners to continue to hold these events in the interest of mutual information sharing. Information about future information exchanges can be found on our Events page. As always, if you would like to contribute ideas or solutions that you think would benefit the Army, please feel free to submit white papers through the submission button on the home page of this website.
Serving Soldiers is the motivating factor behind everything that we do. PEO EIS is proud to be part of the Army team, providing critical services and support to our Troops. We look forward to seeing you at future events.