Aimee Scanlon biography
Ms. Aimee Scanlon is the Acting Program Manager for the Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX) program. With more than nineteen years of professional experience in project management, business process and technical analysis, performance management, and technical operations, she has successfully implemented multiple projects within the U.S. Government, higher education, financial services, and the publishing industry.
Ms. Scanlon manages all aspects of the DMIX Program. DMIX focuses on data-sharing efforts with DoD, VA, and private sector partners to enable healthcare providers access to more health information than ever before in a timely manner, thus improving clinical decision-making for better patient care. Ms. Scanlon directs program including planning, budgeting, research and development, testing, production, fielding and sustainment, and leads development and execution of IT acquisition strategies, goals, plans, processes and procedures that fulfill Defense Acquisition Program requirements.
Prior to her current position, Ms. Scanlon worked in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Services (DCPAS) as Division Chief for Enterprise Architecture and IT Portfolio Management. In this position, she translated the DCPAS business vision into an enterprise information technology (IT) strategy by providing a civilian human resources (HR) enterprise architecture, a roadmap for charting the course for enterprise revitalization, and laying out a target modernization architecture for HR IT sustainability. Her work ensured that deployment of Defense HR IT systems and services were cost effective and efficient.
From 2006 to 2011, Ms. Scanlon worked for the United States Navy in the OPNAV N4, Fleet Readiness and Logistics code. In this capacity, she oversaw the integration of resource management processes across OPNAV N4. She was responsible for coordinating and programming over $27 billion annually in support of Navy fleet readiness and logistics requirements. She also coordinated programs across multiple readiness and logistics accounts including flying hours, ship operations, aviation/ship maintenance, environmental, shore installations, training ranges, combat logistics, strategic sealift, spares, ordnance, and logistics enablers.
Prior to joining the government in 2006, Ms. Scanlon held a variety of posts. She worked at RGS Associates, where she provided support to OPNAV N4 in planning and implementation of the Legacy IT Application Rationalization process for the Logistics and Readiness Functional Area Manager.
Ms. Scanlon also worked with consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. She provided support to the Program Executive Office – Information Technology (PEO-IT) for the Department of the Navy in development and implementation of an application rationalization process for Navy business systems. Ms. Scanlon also provided support to several other government organizations, including the Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) Chief Information Officer, HHS Chief Enterprise Architect, and the Office of Personnel Management Chief Architect.
Ms. Scanlon graduated with a Master of Science in Information Management from Syracuse University in 1995 and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Colgate University in 1994. Ms. Scanlon has held an active Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute since 2002.