Mr. Jeffrey S. White currently serves as the Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition,
Logistics, and Technology). As the Acting ASA(ALT) and Senior Procurement Executive, Mr.
White leads the Army Acquisition Corps & greater Army Acquisition Workforce in total life-cycle
management and sustainment of Army weapons systems. Mr. White also serves as the Senior
Acquisition Advisor to the Secretary of the Army and the Army’s Senior Research and
Development Official. In addition, Mr. White oversees the development of policies, programs, and
processes to streamline Army acquisition efforts and holds principal responsibility for all
Department of the Army matters related to logistics.
Prior to being named to this position, he served as Vice President of Business Development at
Siemens Government Technologies, Arlington, VA. In this role he was responsible for identifying
business opportunities, developing market strategy, and providing business intelligence to senior
leadership as well as managing federal engagement opportunities between US Government
customers and Siemens Corporation.
Prior to his time with Siemens, he served in multiple SES positions within the Office of the
Secretary of the Army, to include Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of the Army. His duties
included the transformation of the Army’s strategic human capital to include reengineering the
Senior Executive Service assignment and distribution system. He served as the integrator for
programs related to senior civilian development throughout the Army and oversaw projects related
to Business Transformation and Continuous Process Improvement and the day-to-day execution of
the Army’s business transformation efforts.
Mr. White is a 1978 graduate of Shippensburg State College with a bachelor’s degree in
psychology. He holds master’s degrees in national security and strategic studies from the United
States Naval War College, strategic studies from the United States Army War College, and an
MBA from the University of Tennessee. Mr. White has over 33 years of Federal Service,
including 27 years as an Army Aviation Officer.