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Kevin M. Fahey

Director, System of Systems Engineering and Integration In the Office of the Assistant Secretary

Army Corps

HQ Phone:  (910) 570-8330

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Army Corps

4710 Knox Street

Fort Bragg, North Carolina,28310

United States

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Board of Directors - Unified Business Technologies, Inc. - Unified Business Technologies, Inc.

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Mr. Kevin M. Fahey
Mr. Fahey was appointed Director, System of Systems Engineering and Integration in the office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) effective June 1, 2014. Prior to this, he was selected for the Senior Executive Service in February 2000. As Director, Mr. Fahey reports directly to the Army Acquisition Executive and continues to implement the Agile process while serving as the Army's focal point for System of Systems Engineering and Integration across the Army's materiel development community. He is responsible for providing coordinated system of systems analysis, engineering, architectural and integration products to facilitate how the Army efficiently shapes, manages, validates and synchronizes the fielding of integrated materiel capabilities. Mr. Fahey serves as the principal advisor to the Army Acquisition Executive, on all system of systems engineering and integration matters. Mr. Fahey previously served as Program Executive Officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support, and was responsible for all activities necessary to develop, produce, field and sustain tactical vehicle systems and force projection equipment that supported and safeguarded our Armed Forces fighting across the globe. He has held several leadership positions including Program Executive Officer, Ground Combat Systems; Deputy Program Executive Officer, Ammunition; Senior Technical Executive, Close Combat Armament Systems, US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center; Deputy Project Manager, Crusader, Program Executive Office, Ground Combat and Support Systems; Chief of Systems Engineering and International Division, Crusader, Program Executive Office, Ground Combat and Support Systems; Future Armored Resupply Vehicle Program Development Project Officer and Chief of Systems Engineering, Picatinny Arsenal; 105mm, M119 and 155mm Joint Light Weight Project Development Officer, Picatinny Arsenal; and Quality and Reliability Engineer, Watervliet Arsenal. Mr. Fahey holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering/Operations Research from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts. He also completed the Advanced Program Management Course at Defense Systems Management College and DARCOM Intern at Red River Army Depot. In addition, Mr. Fahey holds certifications in Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Level III Certified Program Management, Level III Certified Systems Planning, Research & Development, and Engineering - Systems Engineering, and Level II Certified Systems Planning, Research & Development, and Engineering - Program Systems Engineering. Mr. Fahey has been the Senior Regional Acquisition Official for Military Personnel since 2008 and the Senior Acquisition Career Management Advocate, Picatinny Arsenal & Detroit Arsenal since 2000. In 2010, Mr. Fahey received the Distinguished Presidential Rank Award. He has received the Department of the Army, Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service Award twice (2008 & 2014), the Meritorious Civilian Service Award (2008) and Superior Civilian Service Award (1999). Mr. Fahey has also received the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara Award (1996), and in 2014 received four medals: Bronze Order of the Fleury Medal, Honorable Order of Samuel Sharpe, Distinguished Order of Saint Martin, and Ancient Order of Saint Christopher. Mr. Fahey is a member of the Association of the United States Army and the National Defense


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Kevin Fahey, PEO for TACOM's Combat Support and Combat Service Support, tells Defense Systems Journal that media reports of fleeting USMC interest in Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) investment and acquisition are overstated and oversimplified.
The USMC position past and present, he notes is simply that acquisition of a AAAV-replacement ACV is a higher priority and if the JLTV program is slowed too terribly much (years), the USMC may have to forego acquisition in favor of the higher-priority ACV. LTC Patrick M. Marshall, Chief of the Army Space and Missile Defense Command's Responsive Space Division Technical Center, spoke on the Army's nascent Space Smallsat program. Under this program, the Army seeks to develop and potentially deploy small (breadbox-sized) satellites that could vastly increase Army operator situational awareness. LTC Marshal notes that preliminary project work suggests that these "smallsats" could cost between $500K and $1.5 million, be delivered to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) for between $1 and $2 million. He tells Defense Systems Journal that the envisioned systems could provide tactically-relevant resolution (1.2 meter) and would stay in LEO for up to 3 years.


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Here at the conference, the Army's Program Executive Officer for Ground Forces, Kevin Fahey, was asked what happened to SWORDS.
After all, no specific reason for the 11th-hour withdrawal ever came from the military or its contractors at Foster-Miller. Fahey's answer was vague, but he confirmed that the robots never opened fire when they weren't supposed to. His understanding is that "the gun started moving when it was not intended to move."


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John Cavedo told reporters the Army still had "the train on the tracks," while Kevin Fahey, the Army's program executive officer for combat support and combat service support, called the JLTV "a wonderful program" that had "basically been executing to plan."


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Probably 90 percent of that will be funneled through three of our program executive offices: PEO-EIS, PEO-C3T and PEO-EIWS," Kevin Fahey, the Director of the Army's System of Systems Integration and Engineering directorate, said.


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