AKO Transition Meet the 2014 Rising Stars MC4 Receives AMSUS Award CHESS Provides Program Update Sexual Assault PEO EIS Participates in AFCEA Belvoir STEM Day Happy Holidays 2014 LTG Williamson Visits PEO EIS PEO EIS 2014 Holiday Party
PEO EIS 2014 Holiday Party LTG Williamson Visits PEO EIS PEO EIS Participates in AFCEA Belvoir STEM Day CHESS Provides Program Update MC4 Receives AMSUS Award MET True Asset EC AoC AKO Forwarding Ends LIS Assumption of Charter Faces of the Force: Adam J. Bross Army looks to consolidate stovepiped training systems PEO EIS program leaders selected for promotion

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PEO Perspective December 2014

Mr. Douglas Wiltsie

Happy Holidays from PEO EIS! As the year closes, I want to take this opportunity to recognize the hard work and dedication of the PEO EIS team! Our PEO EIS team is among the finest professionals with whom I have served - thank you for all that you do to support every Soldier, every day, everywhere! I look forward to great things in 2015!

We are the materiel developer for many of the Army’s most important priorities—network modernization, enterprise resource planning systems, and the business systems on which the Army runs. Working with our teammates and stakeholders throughout the services, we have made great strides in implementing the next generation network. We are reducing our footprint and improving efficiency through cost-saving measures such as the Joint Regional Security Stacks and enterprise services that consolidate and streamline our communications.

As we close this calendar year and ring in 2015, we have a lot for which to be grateful. Our safety and freedom is protected by the brave men and women who are currently in harm’s way serving our country and many are unable to be with their family and loved ones this year. Their ability to perform the mission is critical to our national defense. Providing systems that allow them to dominate the battlefield is paramount. The Army truly runs on EIS, and we are cognizant of the responsibility entrusted to us and will continue to live this mission every day.

I hope you will join me in reflecting on the sacrifice of those serving in far from home, and for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure the freedoms that we enjoy today. I wish you and yours a very happy holiday season! May God bless you and your families, the men and women of the Armed Forces and their families, and our great Nation.