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About the Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) The Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), headquartered at Fort Belvoir in the DC area, plays a major role in the Army’s technological transformation, providing enterprise information technology (IT) and communications systems to Soldiers, quickly and cost effectively. PEO EIS is a leader in systems acquisition, development, and integration of IT products and services. With more than 40 project/ product offices and 120 systems and products, the PEO EIS portfolio includes finance, logistics, personnel, infrastructure, communications, transportation, biometrics, medical and war-fighting systems. With a workforce of more than 2,500 military, civilian and contractor personnel, PEO EIS executes approximately $4Billion a year, the equivalent of 56% of the Army’s IT budget. PEO EIS headquarters is located at Fort Belvoir, VA; project offices are located in Arizona, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia; and field offices are located in Germany, Hawaii, Korea, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Contacts Radford Area
Ms. Eileen Finney: (540) 731-3418 [email protected]
PEO EIS Chief of HR Ms. Debra Lee: (703) 806-3195 [email protected]
PEO EIS Headquarters 9350 Hall Road (Bldg. 1445) Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5526 With major components at: Fort Huachuca, AZ Fort Detrick, MD Fort Knox, KY Arlington, VA Fairfax, VA Fort Lee, VA Newport News, VA Radford, VA Springfield, VA and overseas locations
Career Opportunities for College Students
PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS UNITED STATES ARMY 02-2011
Why Consider a Government Career with the U.S. Army PEO EIS? You don’t have to wear an Army uniform to find a rewarding career that gives you a unique chance to make a difference. Today, government civilian employees work for the PEO EIS in a variety of fields. Consider the benefits: Patriotism •Support your country and community •Make government work better for everyone •Improve the future
Pay •Competitive salaries •Annual step increases •Retirement and health benefits
Career Growth •Ability to change location •Good training •Promotions!
Student Intern Program The Student Intern Program allows college students to work toward their career goals in their selected field of study. This program offers flexible schedules and yearround employment while gaining exposure to work in the Federal government. Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credits at a college or university and work a minimum of 16 hours a week at PEO EIS. Students are eligible for federal benefits prorated based upon their schedule. Students should work with their school career counselors to investigate participation in the Student Intern Program. Note: If you are not a veteran or do not have government experience, you are eligible to apply to Direct Examining Unit (DEU) job announcements. These jobs are open to “all status” candidates. Army announcements end with a “D.” In addition, the Army sponsors a variety of intern programs for college graduates.
Student Openings at PEO EIS, Fort Belvoir, VA • IT Specialist • Program Management • Budget Technician
PEO EIS Locations
Fort Detrick, MD Pentagon/ Arlington, VA
Fort Belvoir, VA Newport News, VA Fort Lee, VA Radford, VA Fort Knox, KY Ft. Huachuca, AZ
For more information go to http://www.armycivilianservice.com/ under employment tab.
Job Security •Governments never “go out of business” •Layoffs are rare