Ms. Jeannette Evans-Morgis, SES

Ms. Evans-Morgis  was appointed  to the Senior  Executive Service  on 29 November  2015 and is the Chief  Engineer  at Marine  Corps Systems Command.  In this  position,  she serves as the senior  functional  technical  authority  for all USMC ground  and information  technology  systems.  She directs  and controls  enterprise-level  systems  engineering  across command  product lines  and product lifecycles  to ensure MCSC provides  end-to-end integrated,  interoperable  and certified  warfighting capabilities. Previously  Ms. Evans-Morgis  was the Assistant  Program  Executive  Officer–Engineering for Program  Executive  Officer  Land Systems,  providing  technical  management  for a portfolio  of 45 command  and control,  and tactical  vehicle  programs.   From 2010-2013, Ms. Evans-Morgis  was the Assistant  Program  Manager–Engineering for Program  Management  Office,  Marine  Air-Ground  Task Force Command,  Control  and Communications  at MCSC. She also held  positions  as Lead Systems  Engineer  for the Marine  Corps Enterprise  Information  Technology  Services  and Lead Systems  Engineer for the Information  Systems  and Infrastructure  Strategic  Business  Team.   Prior to reporting  to MCSC, Ms. Evans-Morgis  served as the Guided  Missile  Submarine Attack Weapon Control  System  Senior  Systems  Engineer  on the Naval Sea Systems Command  Surface  Warfare Center Dahlgren  Division  K71 team. She taught  high  school mathematics  and science  from  1993-1999. Ms. Evans-Morgis  is a member  of the Defense  Acquisition  Corps and is Defense Acquisition  Workforce Improvement  Act Level  III certified  in  Program  Management  and Advanced  Systems  Planning,  Research,  Development  and Engineering.  She earned her Bachelor  of Science  in Electrical  Engineering  from  George Washington  University  and her Master of Science  in Electrical  Engineering  from  Drexel  University.    She has more than  25 years of civilian  service  and has received  numerous  awards, including  the Navy Meritorious  Civilian  Service  Award.

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