Army transformation leader moves to private industry

Former Army change master Maj. Gen. Sue Dueitt has joined professional services firm H&K Strategic Business Solutions of McLean, Va., as a consultant. Dueitt has specialized in complex organizational operations and change management, including human resources, IT and strategic planning.

Dueitt served as assistant deputy chief of staff for personnel (Mobilization and Reserve Affairs) at the Pentagon, where she pioneered the master plan and funding program for the Army Personnel Transformation initiative. The undertaking involved consolidation of hundreds of IT systems and Army-wide implementation of PeopleSoft software.

Before that, she was deputy chief of public affairs for the Army and was instrumental in revamping procedures that doubled the productivity of 57 reservists assigned to the Army chief of public affairs.

Dueitt holds a doctoral degree in administration from the University of Alabama and master's and bachelor's degrees in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. She also is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and the Senior Managers in Government Program at Harvard.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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