Following AFCEA TechNet in August, our attendance at “A”-list events continues this month with AUSA 2021 — the Association of the United States Army’s annual meeting and exposition, taking place Oct. 11-13 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Regina Bumper is a human resource analyst for PEO EIS. Originally from North Carolina, she joined the military to further her education and has worked in several military personnel roles during her time in the Army.
Before delving into recent and upcoming PEO EIS developments, I’d like to share our sympathies with the families and friends of those who lost their lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan.
July promises to be another transformational month at PEO EIS as our Army Training Information System (ATIS) product office migrates from our Defense Integrated Business Systems (DIBS) portfolio to our Army Data and Analytics Platforms (ARDAP) portfolio, and as our change of charter season continues apace!
PEO EIS staff gathered virtually June 15 to bid farewell to Deputy Program Executive Officer (DPEO) Brendan Burke. Burke was recognized for his many years of Army civilian service — the bulk of which was spent at PEO EIS — as he departs government service to transition to a career in the private sector.
Col. Mark Taylor, project manager for PEO EIS's Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO), recently hosted a virtual change of charter ceremony for Applied Cyber Technologies (ACT), during which Lt. Col. Peter Amara passed the reins of responsibility to Arthur Edgeson.
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