Health & Safety

December 6, 2013

Civilian of the month

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Civilian of the Month: Jeff Grumm

Agency: United States Army Electronic Proving Ground

Position and duties: Senior test officer; which involves planning, execution and
reporting on test activities.

How long at current assignment: Five years in February

How long in government service: About 9 years: From 1983 – 1987 Grumm was a Soldier assigned to EPG and became a government employee there in 2009. Prior to that, he was a contract employee at EPG.

Residence: Benson

Family: Wife, 4 children, 6 grandchildren

Hobbies: Hiking, reading and gardening

Accomplishments: “I was the EPG lead for the Joint Battle Command – Platform.”




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