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PEO EIS Programs

PEO Perspective July 2017

This month we celebrate the end of the school year, the first weeks of summer and our Nation’s birthday! We had a busy month in June, ushering in leadership changes for many of our programs, including: IPPS-A, WESS, LMP, AcqBiz, and GFEBS DEV MOD. We have many more leadership changes coming up in July and August, so please stay tuned!

We also celebrated the Army’s 242nd birthday at PEO EIS with a traditional cake cutting ceremony and a cookout June 14, and a day of camaraderie with colleagues and family at our annual Organization Day on June 30. The beautiful weather held and we were afforded the opportunity to spend down time with our teammates in recognition of the hard work that the PEO EIS team accomplishes every day in support of the mission.

Hopefully you also enjoyed our social media campaign throughout the month of June, highlighting Army Birthday messages and the Army Birthday theme this year honoring the Centennial of World War I and the World War I Soldier, as well as Workforce Spotlights recognizing our own PEO EIS Soldiers. I’m very proud of this organization and the fine people who serve in support of our Nation. Please continue to visit the PEO EIS website and our Facebook and Twitter pages throughout the month of July as we continue our Soldier Spotlights and highlight many of speaking engagements and activities we are engaged in this busy season.

Our Nation’s Independence Day is right around the corner, marking time-honored traditions for American families. With the holiday approaching – and throughout the summer months -- please remain aware and vigilant of fireworks and water safety, and make sure to designate a safe and sober driver while enjoying the holiday and throughout your fun-filled summer. Whether you serve in uniform or work in support of our servicemen and women, I thank you for your service.

Wherever your plans find you on the 4th, please join me in paying tribute to the men and women who sacrificed for the freedom we hold dear as we come together as a Nation to celebrate.

Thank you for all that you do to support EIS programs and the Soldier.

Patrick W. Burden, PEO EIS