Program Executive Officer Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors

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Mission:

Deliver capability now through affordable and adaptable programs that pace the threat.

Vision:

Outpace the threat with technical excellence, adaptability and rapid solutions that support a broad range of operating environments.

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Leadership

Mr. Mark C. Kitz

Program Executive Officer:
PEO IEW&S

Mr. Mark C. Kitz assumed responsibilities as the Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S) in May 2021.

Mr. Mark C. Kitz

Our Programs

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PM ASE

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Aircraft Survivability Equipment

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PM DoD Biometrics

Department of Defense Biometrics
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PM IS&A

Project Management Office
Intelligence Systems & Analytics

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PM EW&C

Project Management Office
Electronic Warfare & Cyber

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PM PNT

Project Management Office
Positioning, Navigation & Timing

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PD SAI

Project Director
Sensors-Aerial Intelligence

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PM TS

Project Manager
Terrestrial Sensors

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PD TENCAP

PD Tactical Exploitation
of National Capabilities

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