Cyber, ERPs top Army PEO-EIS’ priority list

In our latest online chat, Doug Wiltsie, head of the Army's Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, discusses budget pressures, the move to agi...

Doug Wiltsie, head of the Army’s Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, joined Federal News Radio for a free online chat. Register below to hear Wiltsie discuss his priorities for PEO-EIS including forthcoming initiatives in his office, dealing with budget pressure, the move to agile development, the latest on the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3-Services (ITES-3S) contract, innovation in the acquisition process, the Army Training Information System (ATIS), and his office’s cybersecurity efforts.

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Those interested can also listen to a special radio interview with Wiltsie on Federal News Radio’s Pentagon Solutions segment, a special feature on In Depth with Francis Rose. Mr. Wiltsie assumed command of the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) on Oct. 5, 2011. His responsibilities include program management of more than 60 Department of Defense and Army acquisition programs across the Business, Warfighting and Enterprise Information Environment Mission Areas. These systems support Army and DoD-wide communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, biometrics, training and procurement operations. Mr. Wiltsie assumes responsibility for five major Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) efforts representing a projected Army investment of $8 billion over their life cycles. The PEO EIS organization consists of approximately 2,650 military, civilian, and contractor staff around the world, and executes approximately $4 billion per year. Wiltsie was appointed to the Senior Executive Service in June 2008 and served as the Deputy Program Executive Officer for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors (PEO IEW&S) until October 2011.

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