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Ms. Jennifer R. Moore

Deputy District Engineer and Chief of Programs and Project Mgmt.

Honolulu District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Published Feb. 26, 2021
Updated: Feb. 26, 2021

Jennifer Moore is the Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management and Chief, Programs and Project Management Division of the Honolulu District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Under Ms. Moore’s supervision, the Honolulu District and Programs and Project Management Division (PPMD) is responsible for the successful execution of the District’s $4.8 billion Military Construction, Civil Works, Environmental, Interagency & International Services, and Real Estate Programs in Hawaii and throughout the Pacific. Ms. Moore leads a staff of 80 engineers, scientists, accountants, realty specialists, project managers, construction managers, and administrative professionals to successfully execute the Honolulu District’s diverse programs.

Ms. Moore, born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska is a certified Project Management Professional, has over fifteen years of experience in the Program and Project Management field. She most recently served as the Air Force Branch Chief, Programs & Project Management Division (PPMD), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Far East District (FED) where she provided supervision to a professional and technical staff on a program of over $2B focused on Military Construction, Reimbursable, and Host Nation Funded planning, design, and construction. In addition to serving as Program Manager, Ms. Moore has worked as a Logistics Management Specialist, Project Scheduler, and Project Manager across different installations and agencies located in California, Oregon, Afghanistan, and Korea and served as a Project manager for Afghan National Army Projects in Kandahar and Western Afghanistan from 2010-2013.

Ms. Moore’s primary awards and recognitions includes the DoD Enterprise Talent Management (ETM) Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) module Cohort 2017, Superior Civilian Service Award for exceptional meritorious service while deployed in support of Afghanistan Engineer District – South (AED-S) 2019 USACE Program Manager of the Year, (AED-S) Nominee for Project Delivery Team of the Year AED-S, USACE Leadership Development Program Facilitator (Level II) and graduate (Level III), STEM volunteer 6+ years.