The general's career has spanned a wide variety of operations, intelligence and acquisition assignments, including space shuttle payload specialist, Air Staff program element monitor, Chief of Operations, 14th Air Force and Director of Signals Intelligence, National Reconnaissance Office.
What does PEM stand for?
PEM stands for Program Element Monitor
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We have 204 other meanings of PEM in our Acronym Attic
- Privacy-Enhanced Mail (key encryption services for email)
- Process Execution Module
- Processor Enhancement Module
- Production Efficiency Model
- Production Engineering Measure
- Production Events Module (software)
- Professional Emergency Manager (various locations)
- Professional Energy Manager (job title)
- Professional Engineering Manager (certification; various organizations)
- Program Element Manager
- Program Endorsement Memorandum
- Program Engineering Manager
- Program Evaluation Model (various organizations)
- Program Execution Manager
- Programme Engrais Malagasy (Malagasy Fertilizer Program)
- Project Element Manager
- Project Engineering Metrics
- Project Execution Model
- Project Extra Mile (Nebraska)
- Properties, Events, Methods (object-oriented programming)
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The tool harvests available authoritative data, such as that found in the Air Force Automated Budget Interactive Data Environment System (ABIDES), program element monitor (PEM) data briefings, major command (MAJCOM) architecture artifacts, and subject matter experts' knowledge, and fuses it together to provide increased programmatic situational awareness, particularly with interprogram touch points.
The program element monitor (PEM) has responsibility for managing the program element code and will attempt first to reflow funds within the program element code to raise all performance measures to 0.
As a career Air Force officer, he served in numerous positions, including: Director and Development System Manager of the Propulsion System Program Office (SPO) at Wright-Patterson AFB, Military Assistant for Air Warfare to the Undersecretary of Defense, Program Element Monitor in the HQ USAF Special Projects Office, Flight Test Director at Edwards AFB and Hill AFB, and Systems Engineer for the Aerial Delivery SPO at Wright-Patterson AFB.
He has served in various assignments, including Program Element Monitor for the Short-Range Attack Missile at Headquarters U.