Amy L. Borman
Amy L. Borman
Selected for the Senior Executive Service in 2020, Ms. Amy L. Borman serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH). In this role, she provides executive leadership for all Army sustainability, environment, natural resources, safety and occupational health programs including Army National Guard and Reserve activities.
In addition, she provides leadership, management, and oversight of Army Acquisition Programs (ESOH issues); Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Conventional Treaty Verification and Compliance; and Army Environmental Technology Programs. Ms. Borman serves as the Functional Chief for Career Program 12 (CP-12), Safety and Occupational Health. She serves as the Executive Agent for a number of critical Department of Defense (DoD) activities, to include the Unexploded Ordnance Center of Excellence; National Defense Center for Energy and the Environment; Recovered Chemical Warfare Materials Program; Voluntary Protection Program Center of Excellence; DoD Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health Network and Information Exchange; and the Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS) Cleanup Program.
Ms. Borman provides oversight with regard to environmental, safety, and occupational health technology development, demonstration, and validation programs. She works closely with the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council to integrate state and commercially developed ESOH technologies into the installation community.