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Roll Out of Enterprise SharePoint Portal hails in new era for sharing information.

By Lauren Pavlik, PEO EIS CIO Office

Illustrated here is the homepage to the portal where one can begin their SharePoint 2010 adventure.
Illustrated here is the homepage to the portal where one can begin their SharePoint 2010 adventure.

The PEO EIS Chief Information Office(CIO) has successfully deployed an enterprise SharePoint 2010 capability, which will allow us to better leverage knowledge resources across the enterprise. Our tacit knowledge processes are being transformed into efficient, IT-based workflows accessible through one, cohesive knowledge management portal.

This “one-stop-shop” for content management will enhance PEO EIS’ collaboration efforts and will revolutionize the accompanying business processes. For example, a number of existing processes or data calls have been automated including SACO, SCAR, policy management, contacts, organizational charts, Program Management Directorate’s Top Five, weekly staff call slides and TDA. Many solutions have either been deployed already or will be in the very near future for the entire enterprise to utilize.

In addition, programs successfully migrated from previous SharePoint instances to SharePoint 2010 to include; Acquisition Business, Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program) and Power Projection Enablers. All programs have their own site collections to perform their own content management including migrations from Army Knowledge Online or share drives. All these steps have been taken to in accordance with PEO leadership goals and guidance, namely that users across the PEO EIS enterprise will conduct their business on the portal by the end of fiscal year 2013.

Training is available to all on the portal’s homepage via the “Training” tab. If programs would like more hands-on training, please contact the CIO Knowledge Management team for information.

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Posted February 11, 2013

PEO EIS Recognized for Efforts in Transforming Technology

By PEO EIS Public Affairs

Mr. Douglas Wiltsie, PEO EIS, and COL Patrick Flanders, Project Manager, Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program, have been named 2013 Fed 100 award winners by Federal Computer Week (FCW). The Fed 100 is an annual award recognizing government and industry IT leaders who go above and beyond their daily responsibilities and use technology to transform their organization. Chosen by a select panel of leaders from government, industry and academia, Fed 100 award winners are the best of the best in government IT.

Mr. Douglas Wilsie

Mr. Douglas Wiltsie

PEO EIS has a long track record of winners for this prestigious award and 2013 was no exception. Mr. Wiltsie and COL Flanders will be honored at the gala on March 20 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Wiltsie was recognized for his strong commitment to rapidly deliver cost-effective, intuitive IT capabilities resulting in improved technology for Soldiers, better visibility for decision makers and collaborative working relationships across the department as well as industry. His efforts to encourage cost-conscious development, to improve communication, and to utilize commercial solutions were key factors in the award consideration.

COL Patrick Flanders

COL Patrick Flanders

COL Flanders’ award was based on his tireless dedication to the mission, his careful consideration of the budget in a dynamic fiscal environment, and above all, his ability to meet Soldiers’ needs today while anticipating the requirements of tomorrow. COL Flanders has successfully applied a Soldier’s understanding of logistics to the acquisition process, leading to the successful adoption of transformational capabilities by the Army logistics community.

This year’s winners included 75 from the federal government, 22 from industry, two from academia, and one from state government. The federal government honorees spanned 56 civilian agencies, 15 from defense sector and four from Capitol Hill. These individuals represent a wide range of accomplishments, such as guarding against the next wave of cyberattacks and deploying mission-driven big data projects. Profiles of all winners will appear in the March 30 print issue of FCW magazine and in mid-March in the online version at

Congratulations to our 2013 award winners!

Posted February 11, 2013