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PM AcqBusiness Welcomes New Product Manager

By Arlene Goyette, PM AcqBusiness Communications


Photos by: Sam Soleimanifar

LTC Keith G. Harley assumed responsibility as Product Manager (PdM) AcqBusiness on July 2 at a Change of Charter ceremony hosted by Mr. Douglas Wiltsie, Program Executive Officer Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS). The ceremony was held at the Metro Park Conference Center in Alexandria, Virginia, and was attended by LTC Harley’s parents, MSG (R) Rowland Harley and Mrs. Linda Harley, as well as his daughter, Ms. Evonna Marie Harley.

Already a member of the PEO EIS team, LTC Harley previously served as the Acting Deputy Product Manager and Project Lead Integrator for the PM Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) in Fort Detrick, Maryland. He assumes the charter from LTC (P) Delisa Hernandez who has led AcqBusiness since 2012.

In his remarks, Mr. Wiltsie acknowledged and highlighted the many successes that AcqBusiness achieved under the exemplary leadership of LTC Hernandez’s three-year tenure as PdM. As a result of her leadership and hard work Hernandez was awarded the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

Mr. Wiltsie then welcomed LTC Harley by praising his prior achievements, demonstrated leadership, and extensive acquisition background. He expressed his confidence in LTC Harley’s ability to propel AcqBusiness to new levels of success given his professional experience that included roles as a Department of the Army Systems Coordinator for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) Force Projection Systems; Assistant Product Manager; Military Intelligence Officer; and several deployments.

“I am looking forward to leading this top-notch team of Army acquisition professionals—a “Team of Teams”—that will advance the acquisition, design, development and sustainment of the next generation of information technology (IT)-based solutions in support of the Army acquisition domain,” said LTC Harley.

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Posted July 14, 2015