This year, we asked veterans at PEO EIS what the theme "Soldier for Life" meant to them and how lessons they learned from their experiences could help future veterans.
Some recent and upcoming changes within PEO EIS programs and structure.
Mr. Ross Guckert, PEO, speaks at his first AFCEA Belvoir Luncheon event.
Jeff Joo, the program officer for Satellite Terminal Systems, began supporting the Army in 1998 as a student trainee pursuing a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Born in South Korea, his family moved to New Jersey when Joo was five-years old. When not working, Joo enjoys spending time with his family, jogging and playing ultimate frisbee. He answered 10 questions about his career and life.
CPT Ruperto, IPPS-A Release 2 Operations Lead, shares how he came to work on the IPPS-A project and why Talent Management is so important to him.
CPT Akanni, IPPS-A Talent Management Support Officer, shares how he came to work on the IPPS-A project and why Talent Management is so important to him.
Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) provides the information technology network and day-to-day business systems that the Army needs to do its job, every day. Our diverse portfolio of 37 product offices and 71 acquisition programs support Army and DOD communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, training and enterprise services.
Network Modernization builds readiness into the U.S. Army network by creating a single, secure standards-based network at U.S. Army installations.
Designed to enable the Army to “fight tonight,” an Home Station Mission Command Center (HSMCC) is a joint operations center that nests within the mission command network to provide expeditionary, uninterrupted mission command through a network of intuitive, secure, standards-based capabilities adapted to commanders’ requirements and integrated into a common operating environment.