Tony Stamilio assumed duties as the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Civilian Personnel and Quality of Life) on April 12, 2010. His portfolio includes Secretariat-level supervision and oversight for all policy, program and operations for approximately 300,000 Army Appropriated and Non-appropriated Fund personnel in the workforce. He is also responsible for the oversight of labor-management relationships with the Army’s 50 national and local union partners. Mr. Stamilio provides supervision and oversight for the myriad of programs that affect the work life and welfare of all soldiers, family members, retirees, and civilian employees. This span of oversight includes such activities such as soldier education and transition, the spectrum of programs covered in the Army Family Covenant, all resale activities, and Armed Forces Recreation.
After nearly 30 years as an Army Officer, Mr. Stamilio began his civilian service in May 2004 as the Chief Administrative Officer for the United States Capitol Police Department, an independent agency serving the Congress and Legislative Branch. In February 2008, Tony returned to the Army as the Director of Strategic Planning for the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Recruiting and Retention. Mr. Stamilio then served as the Chief Human Capital Officer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, a component of the Department of Homeland Security with responsibilities for development of all human capital policy and programs to an agency of 17,000 employees stationed across the nation.
Mr. Stamilio is a graduate of the US Military Academy and received his MBA from the University of New Hampshire. In his last two assignments on active duty, he served as Executive Officer, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) (2002–2003) and Commander,18th Military Police Brigade, V Corps, Germany (2000–2002).