2013 Fed 100

Federal 100: Douglas Wiltsie

Douglas Witsie

Name: Douglas Wiltsie
Title: Program Executive Officer for Enterprise Information Systems
Agency: Department of the Army

Program wrangler. The scope of programs under Wiltsie’s purview is enough to make most mortals shudder. He leads an organization with more than 40 acquisition programs that cross all domains. He works with an unprecedented 15 functional stakeholders to build a cohesive team and foster information sharing. The results speak for themselves. Take, for instance, the five major enterprise resource planning systems, two of which achieved significant acquisition milestones last year. The $8 billion investment improved financial management and visibility of global assets for the service, allowing Army leaders to make better decisions.

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