TechNet Augusta 2022 Sponsorship and Branding Opportunities

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COL Matthew C. Paul, USA

PM Mission Command


Colonel Matthew Paul was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in 1999 and served in several Infantry assignments prior to his selection into the Acquisition Corps. He served as an Infantry Officer across multiple assignments at home and abroad. Colonel Paul served as a Rifle Platoon Leader and Mortar Platoon Leader in the 3rd Infantry Division, and was then selected to serve multiple Company Command assignments in the Infantry Training Brigade, TRADOC. After graduating from the Infantry Captain’s Career Course, Colonel Paul served as a Brigade Assistant Operations Officer and Heavy Weapons Company Commander in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Colonel Paul transitioned into the Acquisition Corps in 2009 and completed several Acquisition assignments across multiple Program Executive Offices, the Army Staff, and the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC). He initially served as a Test Officer for the Future Combat Systems Program, and later, Program Executive Office (PEO) for Integration. He then served as Assistant Product Manager for ISR Sensors in PEO IEW&S, supporting the Grey Eagle UAS Program. Colonel Paul was selected to serve as a Department of the Army Systems Coordinator supporting Aircraft Survivability Equipment programs. During his tenure on the Army Staff, Colonel Paul also served as the Executive Officer for the Aviation and Intelligence Directorate for ASA (ALT), and served as the Low Observable, Counter-Low Observable Tri-Service Committee Manager in the Special Programs Directorate. Prior to selection as Product Manager, he served as an Evaluation Officer and ATEC System Team (AST) Chair for Aerial ISR sensors and served as Senior Acquisition Advisor to the Aviation and Fires Evaluation Directorate in ATEC.
Colonel Paul served as a Product Manager for Intelligence Systems & Analytics (IS&A), under PEO IEW&S, from 2017-2020. IS&A delivers the Army’s software-intensive intelligence systems, including an ACAT I Major Defense Acquisition Program. During his tenure, COL Paul was responsible for modernizing intelligence applications at the tactical edge and implementing a new intelligence big-data management solution for the Army Intelligence enterprise.
Colonel Paul currently serves as Project Manager, Mission Command under PEO, Command, Control and Communications-Tactical. His responsibilities include total lifecycle management for software-intensive fires systems, the Command Post Computing Environment, the Mounted Computing Environment, and tactical cyber solutions.
Colonel Paul holds a Bachelor of the Arts Degree from Rowan University, a Master of Science Degree from Austin Peay State University, and a Master of Science in Government Information Leadership from National Defense University. He is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic Course, Infantry Captain’s Career Course, Intermediate Level Education, and Senior Service College. He is Level III certified in Program Management, and Level II certified in Test and Evaluation.
Colonel Paul’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star (2 awards), Meritorious Service Medal (4 awards), Army Commendation Medal (6 awards), Army Achievement Medal (2 awards), Global War on Terror Service and Expeditionary Medals, Iraq and Afghanistan Campaign Medals, the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and the Army Staff Badge.


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