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Author: CIO/G-6 Created: 12/22/2010 3:02 PM
CIO/G6 Leader Blog
By CIO/G-6   on 3/30/2015 4:30 PM
Our Army is changing. As we step boldly into the future, the Army will need to be lighter, more flexible and smarter than ever before. This modernized Army will be made possible, in large part, by the network. Here at the Army CIO/G-6, we are working very hard to ensure that no matter where our Soldiers are, what environment they are in or what adversity they face, they will be able to securely connect to the network and access vital information – whether at home station, en route, upon early entry or in a mature theater of operations.
We are already well on the way to achieving the vision of a network that truly enables Soldiers to execute their mission anywhere, anytime. As part of this shift, we are becoming more unified, both as a Service and as a member of the Joint Information Environment (JIE), which encourages and enables better interoperability for our increasingly complex missions.
By CIO/G-6   on 2/12/2015 10:25 AM

I am pleased to announce the publication of the Army Network Campaign Plan (ANCP) http://ciog6.army.mil/AboutCIO/Mission/ANCP.aspx. As the Army continues to be regionally aligned and globally responsive, our network must adapt to meet the business and operational needs of commanders across the full range of military operations in a joint, interagency and multinational environment.  

We are already making great progress toward achieving our vision of a secure, integrated, standards-based information environment by taking a joint approach to information technology acquisition, ownership and administration, and the delivery of end-to-end enterprise capabilities. By becoming inherently joint, are reducing redundancy and closing security gaps within LandWarNet. We will also continue to leverage industry advances in cloud and mobile technologies to create a global network that is a platform for dominant cyberspace operations. While I am extremely proud of our progress to date, there is clearly much left to do.

By CIO/G-6   on 12/22/2014 4:35 PM
It’s the time of year to make our New Year’s resolutions. I can tell you two of mine right now: to memorize all the new acronyms the Army is throwing my way and to add some more green to my wardrobe. This is my first blog post as the Army’s Deputy Chief Information Officer. Up until this point, professionally I’ve been a Navy guy and an OSD-er so I owe a huge “thank you!” to the members of the CIO/G-6 team that helped me transition. Because of their professionalism, I was not surprised to learn that 2014 was an impressively busy and productive year for the organization.
By CIO/G-6   on 10/27/2014 2:14 PM
At the end of October I close a chapter in my public service life and begin a new journey with my wife Shirley.

I have loved being the Army Deputy CIO/G-6 or DCIO. I've enjoyed my six years immensely, and am proud of the Army's Network modernization accomplishments. The wonderful thing about being part of the Army IT team is that we have some really hard IT and network challenges to resolve. And I find that solving the hard problems is fun and very rewarding. I also get to work with the smartest and most dedicated and responsive Soldiers, airman, sailors, marines, Army and DoD Civilians, and support contractors in the world. I've said many times that I'd do this job for free, and I still feel that way.

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