PEO C4I

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PEO C4IProgram Executive Officer, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence
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"PEO C4I's financial CPI benefits were reapplied to programs, thereby lowering total ownership costs and increasing speed to capability for the fleet," said PEO C4I Program Executive Officer Rear Admiral Jerry Burroughs.
In that cloud, SPAWAR created the Collaborative Staging Environment (CSE), a part of the overall PEO C4I cloud strategy for hosting shore-based development, testing, application integration, training and operational environments.
This workshop represented a cross-cutting opportunity to share experiences inherent in the PEO C4I organization.
Coker, Deputy Principal Assistant Program Manager, Support C2 Systems, PEO C4I
Carl "Chebs" Chebi, program executive officer, PEO C4I. "It's not good enough to be reactive to systems' problems on ships or other platforms.
We also agreed to create a source document to clearly articulate his vision and goals for PEO C4I, as well as the imperative for his vision.
San Diego-Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) is undergoing a digital transformation to go faster, drive down cost and deliver more integrated warfighting capability to the fleet.
Defense Contract Management Agency-West Region; Jim Churchill, Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) and Space; Raymond Sayre, regional director, Western/Southwestern Region Navy College; and Rudy Fernandez, director, Economic Development and Veterans Military Liaison, representing the San Diego mayor's office.
(Learn more at "PEO C4I Streamlines Afloat Capability Delivery with DevOps Model.")
Logistics experts at Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) are on a mission to change how the Navy trains its information technology and cyber work forces by answering the question--"How do you train capabilities?"