Regimental Division,
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Mr. David Borland (2003)

David Borland served as the deputy to the Armyís chief information officer (CIO/G-6). His position required routinely making decisions that shaped the Army as he served as a critical link between industry and the field. Mr. Borland held this position (formerly known as the vice DISC4) from July 1994 to November 2003. Dave Borland has been the catalyst for change and growth within the CIO/G-6 and with the Army over the past several years. 

In the wake of the terrorist attacks, Mr. Borland spearheaded the transformation of the CIO/G-6 staff and aided in the establishment of a new subordinate command, Network Enterprise Command, as part of the headquarters, Department of the Army reorganization. Mr. Borland has led the Department of Defense-wide effort to investigate innovative solutions to information assurance, network defense, and security challenges facing DoD and the government in general.   

A superb team builder, Dave Borland effectively dealt with both the government and private sectors with ease and grace.  Mr. Borlandís exceptional ability to build a coalition from government and industry led to a remarkable recovery of the pentagonís communications systems following the September 11 attacks.  Mr. Borland also demonstrated outstanding team building skills by fostering collaboration between the CIO/G-6 and the National Science Center to reach students from around the country and develop a new generation of young people interested in science and technology.   

Dave Borland is a dynamic and caring leader who motivated, coached, and mentored members of the Armyís C4 community.  His impact went far beyond the walls of the Pentagon and will serve as an example for the Signal Regiment for many years to come. 

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