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Mr. Reginald Bagby
Assistant Program Executive Officer Networks & Communications


Mr. Reginald Bagby

Mr. Reginald Bagby is the Assistant Program Executive Officer Networks and Communications. In this role, he leads the effort of converging the enterprise and securing Army networks.

He previously served as Director of Contracting, Logistics and Process Improvements and then Director, G-3/5/7 at PEO EIS. His primary areas of responsibilities included oversight of all facets of PEO EIS contracting, acquisition logistics and process improvements that support program managers.

As the former PEO EIS Portfolio Manager, his primary areas of responsibilities included systems development, integration and full program implementation of enterprise management systems within the business, information and war fighting mission areas.

Mr. Bagby has over 39 years of progressively responsible program, product and information systems experience involving all facets of operations and systems acquisition and procurement. Prior to assuming his role as director and portfolio manager, Mr. Bagby held several positions within the Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) community, extending from Deputy Product Manager to Program Manager in Industry. Mr. Bagby is retired from the United States Army, having served 23 years in various positions in the Transportation, Adjutant General and the Signal Corps, with concentrations in the operations of globalized main-frame and client-server information systems.

Mr. Bagby has received numerous awards and decorations over his Army and civilian career, including four Army Commendation Medals, four Meritorious Service Medals, the Superior Civilian Service Award and Federal Computer Week’s 2005 Federal 100 Award.

He is a member of the Army Acquisition Corps and is certified level III in Program Management. Mr. Bagby attained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, a Master of Business Administration from Strayer University and a Government Contracting Diploma from George Washington University.

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