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Mr. Wiltsie, EIS Leadership Visit Korea for KT Ribbon Cutting

By KT/YRP/LPP Public Affairs

Left to Right: LTC Duncan, COL Turner, Joel Phillips, COL Lee (ROK Army), Mr. Wiltsie, COL Kramarich, LTC Harris, Jim Oehlerking (BB).
Left to Right: LTC Duncan, COL Turner, Joel Phillips, COL Lee (ROK Army), Mr. Wiltsie, COL Kramarich, LTC Harris, Jim Oehlerking (BB).

The Korean Transformation/Yongsan Relocation Plan/Land Partnership Plan (KT/YRP/LPP) office hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the YRP/LPP Phase I project at Camp Humphreys, South Korea on Oct. 30.

The scope of the Phase I project was to provide Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET), Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System-United States and Korea (CENTRIXS-K), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and voice and data communications capabilities to newly constructed facilities including the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division Vehicle Maintenance Facility (VMF), Aircraft Maintenance Facility, and the Senior Leaders Quarters. The NIPRNET portion of the project provides a 10-GbE uplink to support end user buildings.

The Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), KT/YRP/LPP, Information Systems Engineering Command, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Signal Brigade, Task Force Mercury, Camp Humphreys Garrison, Republic of Korea Coalition Partners, and the Prime Contractor, Black Box Network Services gathered at the VMF to participate in the ceremony.

Following the opening remarks and guest speakers, PEO EIS Mr. Douglas Wiltsie and Product Director (PD) KT/YRP/LPP Mr. Joel Phillips led an awards presentation. In addition, the Deputy PD KT/YRP/LPP, Mr. Michael Hunter, and the Integrated Project Team Leader, Mr. Roy Hoshino, received commanders’ awards from the KT/YRP/LPP parent organization, Program Manager Installation Information, Infrastructure, Communications and Capabilities, COL Debora Theall.

KT/YRP/LPP is responsible for the life cycle management of the C4I systems and capabilities, and for providing VoIP for all U.S. and Coalition networks (NIPR, SIPR, CENTRIX) in Hawaii, Japan and Korea.

Posted October 30, 2012

PEO EIS Honors Two 2012 Rising Star Winners.

By David J. Baker, PEO EIS Media Division

CPT Shayla Parker and Ms. Tara Miner are our 2012 Rising Star Winners.
CPT Shayla Parker and Ms. Tara Miner are our 2012 Rising Star Winners.

I am pleased to announce that two members of the EIS team have been named Federal Computer Week’s Rising Stars. Ms. Tara Miner from Project Manager General Fund Enterprise Business System (PM GFEBS) and CPT Shayla Parker from Product Director Transportation Information Systems (PD TIS) have been recognized as outstanding up-and-comers in the federal IT community for 2012.

Sponsored by Federal Computer Week (FCW) magazine, the Rising Star awards honor employees under 40 who have gone above and beyond their job descriptions to make an impact, with special attention on potential to grow into more responsibility within their organizations and in the IT community at large. The full list of 2012 Rising Stars will be published in Federal Computer Week and on their website in August. Winners also will be recognized at a gala hosted by Government Computer News, a sister to FCW publication, in October 2012.

Ms. Miner was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the GFEBS program. As a Program Analyst with GFEBS, Tara worked to secure full funding for GFEBS, as well as assisting in the establishment of a new product director under the GFEBS program. Her efforts successfully contributed to smooth passage through the acquisition process for the GFEBS program, including the successful achievement of the full deployment decision earlier this summer.

CPT Parker received this distinction for leading the successful implementation of the Transportation Coordinators’ – Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II) in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait. Under her direction, the use of TIS system in Southwest Asia has expanded to include all unit movements – deployments and re-deployments, retrograde of equipment from theater and commercial and military surface transportation coordination and control; the successful retirement of a non-program of record replaced by TC-AIMS II; and the development and implementation of additional TC-AIMS II functionality that has greatly improved In-Transit Visibility in theater.

Please join me in congratulating these deserving award winners as well as all the nominees for their outstanding contributions to the mission.

Douglas K. Wiltsie

Posted October 10, 2012