Kevin Carroll

Former US Army Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS)

Kevin Carroll is President of The Kevin Carroll Group, LLC, a consulting company. In his previous role as Program Executive Officer (PEO), Enterprise Information Systems, Mr. Carroll was responsible for the program management of the Department of Defense and U.S. Army business and combat service support systems, as well as related Army communication and computer infrastructure. These systems support logistics, medical, finance, personnel, training, and procurement operations. The PEO EIS organization consists of approximately 600 employees, the majority of which are located throughout the East Coast region. Prior to becoming a PEO EIS, he served as PEO STAMIS, and before that was the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Research Development and Acquisition, U.S. Army Materiel Command. Mr. Carroll served as the Acting Director of the Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM) Acquisition Center in Fort Monmouth, NJ. In addition, he functioned as the Associate Director of the CECOM Acquisition Center — Washington. Mr. Carroll entered the Senior Executive Service in June 1996 as Director of the U.S. Army Information Systems Selection and Acquisition Agency (ISSAA).

Mr. Carroll has served primarily as an acquisition manager and as a contracting officer on top-priority DoD and Army information technology acquisitions. Prior to working for the Army, he acquired information systems for the U.S. Coast Guard. He began his career in contracting at the Department of Transportation.

Mr. Carroll earned both his Bachelor of Science and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute and a member of NCMA Board of Advisors. He is active in both cross-governmental bodies as well as information technology industry efforts.

Mr. Carroll has 30 years of government experience, 24 years of which consist of working in the information systems arena. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served from 1972 to 1974.