PEO EIS Annual Catalog Introduction letter

By Mr. Douglas Wiltsie, Program Executive Office

The U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) enables information dominance by developing, acquiring, integrating and deploying information technology (IT) systems to meet the Army’s demands today while preparing for the challenges of tomorrow.

PEO EIS is comprised of 40 acquisition programs, crossing all functional domains, in all acquisition life cycle phases. Through the hard work and dedication of a workforce that includes government civilians, military and contractor support, PEO EIS successfully fields systems throughout the world and sets the course for innovation with a budget of approximately $4 billion annually. These systems support Army and Department of Defense (DoD)-wide communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, biometrics, training and procurement operations.

Every day our dedicated men and women work to improve and expand the Army’s technological infrastructure. PEO EIS has effectively implemented infrastructure modernization at over 3,500 buildings across 42 Army installations and improved connectivity for over 234,000 users.

As our military shifts the focus toward the Asia Pacific region, we are supporting the technical aspects of the Army’s changing footprint in the Republic of Korea. Through the increasing emphasis on the Army network, we are expanding advanced communications capabilities at disparate posts around the globe.

PEO EIS also facilitates the Army audit readiness effort through the development and implementation of innovative logistics, support and financial management systems, and manages the Army’s five major Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems representing a projected investment of $8 billion. The ERP systems are delivering operational fidelity, improved visibility of global assets and rapid financial management processes that improve Army decision-making. In addition to ensuring audit compliance and replacing antiquated technology, the ERP systems improve efficiency and conserve resources.

From the medic transmitting a wounded Soldier’s vital signs in Afghanistan to an engineer connecting high-speed network switches at an installation in Korea, PEO EIS programs keep our force connected, informed and responsive.

The annual catalog provides information about all of our program offices. Our main mission areas include: Communications, Computing Infrastructure and Core Enterprise Services; Logistics; Human Capital and Financial Management; Acquisition, Medical and Biometrics. While this catalog delivers a snapshot of our current capabilities, our program offices continue to evolve with Army requirements and vision.

Soldiers depend on PEO EIS systems to deliver critical capabilities to help them achieve their mission. As we move into a new fiscal environment, we will continue to rapidly deliver cost-effective, easy-to-use, IT capabilities to every Soldier, every day, everywhere.

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