Tim Hale Assumes Charter for Army Training Information System Product Office

Mission Area
Rachel Christie, ATIS Public Affairs
July 27, 2021
Tim Hale Accepts Charter for ATIS
Tim Hale (right) accepts the charter for the ATIS product office from Col. Rob Wolfe (left) at an assumption of charter ceremony on July 15, 2021. (U.S. Army photo by Bill Ernst, PdM ATIS)

Tim Hale assumed the charter for PEO EIS’s Army Training Information System (ATIS) product office at a hybrid in-person/virtual ceremony held July 15 at the ATIS office in Newport News, Virginia. Col. Rob Wolfe, project manager, Army Data and Analytics Platforms (PM ARDAP), hosted the event.

As the product manager for ATIS, Hale will set the strategic vision for the program and be responsible for all aspects of acquisition, including development, testing, system integration, production, fielding, sustainment and product improvement. ATIS develops, integrates and maintains the enterprise capability for training development, training management, enterprise scheduling, content management and resource management for Army Soldiers and civilians worldwide.

Prior to assuming the role of product manager, Hale served as the product director for PEO EIS's Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems and Services from July 2017 to July 2020.

During the ceremony, ATIS officially transitioned from the leadership of Col. Donald Burton, project manager, Defense Integrated Business Systems (PM DIBS), to PM ARDAP. As Hale remarked, he is “excited to be working with Col. Wolfe” as we move ATIS into the future. 

Wolfe noted that Hale’s career has prepared him well to lead ATIS. 

“From his experience, he understands technical, acquisition and programmatic requirements to successfully run and grow ATIS, and that’s why we are entrusting him as the product lead today," said Wolfe.

Hale is a 2021 graduate of the National Defense University’s Dwight D. Eisenhower School, having earned a Master of Science in national resource strategy. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in government from Longwood University and a Master of Science in information systems from the University of Colorado. He is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government's Senior Executive Fellows Program.

Related News

  1. DDTCs provide essential training to Soldiers in Kuwait

    August 4, 2023
    During COVID-19, the Army waived the requirement for Soldiers to take the Basic Leader Course (BLC) prior to their promotion. The BLC provides fundamental skills in leadership training for non-commissioned officers (NCO) and is the first course in a junior enlisted Soldier’s progression through the NCO ranks.

Work with Us

Help support important missions. Explore ways your company can work with PEO EIS.

Find Opportunities