The Corporate Information Officeís (CIO) mission is to provide responsive and trusted technology solutions that enable acquisition excellence for the Warfighter and the Nation. The CIO offers world-class support services for all of Information Technology (IT) Business Management needs to include Cybersecurity (CS)/Information Assurance (IA) and Systems Engineering (SE).
The CIO provides IT business system products and services within its four core competencies: IT Business Management, SE, CS and Information Management. This includes project management, network engineering, security engineering, asset acquisition and management, system maintenance, software development, customer support, sustainment and other services in support of the IT infrastructure. Customers include PEO STRI program offices, PEO STRI tenants, and PEO STRI supported laboratories to include RDECOM and ADL Co-Lab. Most customers are located within the Central Florida Research Park campus in Orlando, FL; however, PEO STRI maintains two offices at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL, and field offices at numerous other military installations. In addition, the CIO supports NAVAIR PMA-262, ARL, ARI, JFCOM, Air Force, and many other organizations throughout the DoD.
Whether managing large IT contracts or hosting enterprise systems on the Non-classified Internet Protocol Network (NIPRNET) and the Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN), the CIO stands ready to support IT business and technical needs in support of the Warfighter.
Enterprise Business System (EBS) Development
The CIO oversees the development and deployment of PEO STRIís internal application, the Enterprise Business System (EBS), which is used to manage the complex business operations within PEO STRI. The system consists of seven modules: human resources, program management and tracking, financial management, legal/timekeeping, contracts, engineering, and CIO services. EBS was designed to automate PEO STRIís business processes to assist management in making informed decisions regarding resource allocation. In addition, the system integrates with existing Army-level systems to provide PEO-level visibility and status of the business operations. The CIO will provide and implement a flexible and centralized business-based solution for the Program Managersí core business units, which will enable PEO-level rollup with reusable, maintainable and secure information. EBS was designed and developed in a service-oriented architecture, thus allowing EBS services, in whole or in part, to be shared across the Army and DoD.