Mr. Matthew Sannito assumed the responsibility of Deputy to the Commanding General in November 2019. He was selected to the Senior Executive Service in March 2018.
As Deputy to the Commanding General, Mr. Sannito leads and directs the Command’s global sustainment mission that encompasses a workforce of approximately 500 Soldiers, 7,400 civilians, and 40,000 contractors. Army Sustainment Command links strategic and operational sustainment capabilities to tactical units, integrates and synchronizes materiel distribution, and enables Army readiness.
Prior to assuming this role, Mr. Sannito was the Executive Director for Support Operations. His portfolio included Army Prepositioned Stocks, Logistics Readiness Centers, Equipping Readiness, Direct Theater Support, Logistics Assistance Program, Joint Personnel Property Shipping Offices, Theater Provided Equipment, Pre-Deployment Training Equipment, Army Airlift Clearance Authority, Authorized Stockage List Analysis; Army Oil Analysis Program, PS Magazine, Packaging, Storage, and Containerization Center, and Acquisition/Contract Management.
Mr. Sannito served as Deputy of the Distribution Management Center from 2015 to 2017. From 2010 to 2015, he served as the Deputy Executive Director for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program. From 2008 to 2011, he served as Deputy Director of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Logistics Activity.
Mr. Sannito is a Distinguished Graduate of the Army War College with a master’s degree in Strategic Studies, master’s degree in Logistics Management from Florida Institute of Technology; and dual BA degrees in Finance and Management from Loras College.
Mr. Sannito’s principal awards include the Superior Civilian Service Award, numerous Meritorious Civilian Service Medals, the Civilian Service Commendation Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Medal and the Army Superior Unit Award.