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Dennis A. Teefy

Project Director Sensors-Aerial Intelligence


Dennis A. Teefy was chartered as the Project Director Sensors - Aerial Intelligence in April 2020. He is leading an organization responsible for the delivery of the Army’s premier Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (AISR) sensors to enable the timely dissemination of intelligence products to meet current and future warfighter needs.

Mr. Teefy joined the US Army as a post graduate intern with the US Army Environmental Center as a program manager focusing on innovative environmental technology development and transfer.

In 2000, he joined the US Army Aberdeen Test Center (ATC) as a test director specializing in training range sustainment and Unexploded Ordnance detection technologies. He then served a developmental assignment as the Technical Assistant to the Commander. Leaving the developmental detail, he became the Division Chief of the Military Environmental Technology Demonstration Center.

In 2006, Mr. Teefy was tasked to stand up and run the ATC Rapid Fielding & Equipping Office. Completing this mission in 2008, Mr. Teefy became the Division Chief of the Homeland Defense & Sustainment Division. This assignment was followed by assuming the position of ATC Safety Office Chief in 2009.

Mr. Teefy was board selected to participate in the Defense Acquisition University Senior Service College Fellowship. He graduated with the 2010-2011 cohort.

In May 2011, Mr. Teefy was appointed to the position of Product Director (PdD) of Cryptographic Systems within Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) under Project Director Communications Security. In February 2014, he assumed the position of PdD Key Management within PEO C3T under Project Director Network Enablers. In March 2015, he was selected to be the Deputy Project Lead, Network Enablers. While at PEO C3T he completed the modernization of the Army’s Cryptographic Network, began fielding the new Key Management Infrastructure, and lead the transition of the Product Lead Military Technology Solutions to PEO Enterprise Information Systems.

His received numerous awards during his career and was presented the Bronze Order of Mercury by the US Army Signal Regiment. He was also selected as one of the 25 individuals to represent US Army Acquisition Corps on its 25th anniversary.

Mr. Teefy obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from West Virginia University (WVU) in 1995, Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University in 2003, and Master of Arts degree in Management and Leadership from Webster University in 2011. He is a US Army Acquisition Corps Member with Level III certifications in both Program Management and Test & Evaluation.

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Mr. Teefy lives in Havre de Grace, MD with his wife Bonnie Jo and their children Morgan, Sam, and Eli. His hobbies include traditional Korean martial arts, playing poker, salt water fishing, volunteering, and rooting for his beloved WVU Athletic teams.


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