Full Name
Mr. Kevin Allen
Job Title
Program Manager, Naval Applications and Business Services (NABS)
U.S. Department of the Navy
Speaker Bio
Kevin Allen is the program manager for Naval Applications and Business Services (NABS), a new PEO MLB portfolio created in June 2022 following the merger of the Enterprise Systems and Services & Innovation Support Services (E2S & ISS) with Marine Corps Applications Services to create PEO MLB’s first truly Naval portfolio. NABS has a diverse and broad portfolio of 23 programs that deliver procurement and contract writing systems, logistics, personnel, data, recruiting, training, risk and medical records management as well as deployment and force structure planning and execution capabilities to the Navy, Marine Corps and Department of Defense (DoD) customers.

Mr. Allen was the program manager for E2S since its establishment in 2018. ISS was established and added to the portfolio in 2020. E2S & ISS oversaw a portfolio of information technology capabilities for Navy and DoD customers including criminal justice case management, safety incident reporting, aviation aircraft scheduling, afloat business applications, and administration and records management. Under his leadership, E2S & ISS earned recognition for outstanding innovative approaches. Mr. Allen received a 2021 Fed 100 award, Federal Computer Week’s annual list of the top achievers in federal information technology.

Mr. Allen has been selected as the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic’s Senior Scientific Technical Manager (SSTM) and Department Head for Enterprise Systems where he will serve as the technical decision authority and oversee execution of projects to ensure compliance with customer requirements, engineering standards and NIWC LANT, DON and DoD policies.

Mr. Allen has more than 20 years of experience leading DON and joint programs implementing emerging technologies that support tactical Navy networks, afloat logistics applications, new ship construction, C4I integration, cloud computing and mobile platforms.
Kevin Allen