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Lieutenant General Joseph (Joe) E. Martz
Military Deputy for Budget

picture of Military Deputy for  Budget As the Military Deputy for Budget to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management and Comptroller, Lieutenant General Joseph (Joe) E. Martz is responsible to Assistant Secretary of the Army, Dr. Mary Sally Matiella, for accountability and execution of the current Fiscal Year Army Budget. He also coordinates with OSD, OMB and the House and Senate Appropriations Committees for the Army’s portion of the President’s Budget as it is considered by Congress. He is supported by a wonderfully talented FM&C team that he worked with closely for the past twenty-six months while serving as the Director of Program Analysis and Evaluation (PA&E) in the Army G8. During that time, the hard-working PA&E Directorate led the Army Programming community of practice through the detailed development of POM 12-16, the 2011 SECDEF-directed Efficiencies Effort and POM 13-17 IAW SECARMY and CSA priorities.

On June 28, 1974, General Martz enlisted in the twelfth month of the All-Volunteer Army. He graduated from Military Academy Prep School (75), the US Military Academy (79), Armor BOLC (79) and Ranger School (80). His first assignment (of nearly five years) was with 3-7 Cavalry/3ID in Schweinfurt and Coburg, Germany. In his final eighteen months, he commanded Troop C. After the Infantry Captains Career Course, he earned an M.Ed in the Administration of Higher Education from the University of South Carolina prior to serving three years as a West Point Tactical Officer and the XO to the Commandant of Cadets. At Fort Leavenworth, he graduated from the Command and General Staff Officers Course (90) and the School of Advanced Military Studies (91). At Fort Stewart, he served as the S3, 2-4 Cavalry and the War Plans Officer in G3 Plans/24ID. After twenty-one months on the Army Staff in G35 War Plans Division, he departed the Pentagon to command and BRAC 2nd Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment from Fort Bliss to Fort Carson. After graduating from the National War College (98), he was assigned to USFK for two years and led the CINC’s (now Commander’s) Initiatives Group before a two-year extension to command 1st Brigade, 2ID. Selected for a second Colonel-level command, he led the National Training Center’s (NTC) Operations Group as it transformed the NTC from traditional rotations to Mission Rehearsal Exercises for units deploying to OEF and OIF. Then he returned to the 2ID for two years as the ADC(M) when the Division ‘BRACd’ the Western and Eastern Corridors and reorganized as a modular formation. He deployed from Korea to be the G3 ARCENT/C3 CFLCC for fourteen months in 2006/7. He returned to CONUS for assignment at Fort Monroe and the Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) as the Director for Concepts and Experimentation and then later as ARCIC’s Deputy Director.

Lieutenant General Martz’s awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit (w/4 Oak Leaf Clusters (OLC)), the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (w/3 OLCs), the Army Commendation Medal (w/2 OLCs, Army Achievement Medal (w/OLC), the Parachutist Badge, the Ranger Tab, the Army Staff Identification Badge, and was the military recipient of the 1994 Pace Award.

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