Acting Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9
Headquarters, Department of the Army Washington, D.C.
Dan Klippstein serves as the Army’s acting Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 serves as the Army senior leaders’ military staff adviser for Army installation operations.
The office of the DCS, G-9 enables the Army to train, deploy, fight, win and reset from a secure Strategic Support Area by administering a $17 Billion Army-wide installation program and providing expert advice, data analysis, and assistance to Army leaders on facilities and infrastructure, installation support services, and Soldier, Family and Army Civilian quality of life critical for Total Army readiness.
Mr. Klippstein was appointed to the Senior Executive Service in March 2013, and assumed his position as acting Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 on Nov. 24, 2019.
He serves concurrently as the Resources Director for the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9. He became Resources Director in September 2018. He administers the Installations Program Evaluation Group to enable all aspects of planning, programming, budget formulation and execution for a $17 billion annual program that equates to $85 billion across the five-year Program Objective Memorandum. The program encompasses 72 Management Decision Packages that represent requirements championed by seven Army staff principals and special staff offices, and supporting 38 commands Army-wide.
Mr. Klippstein previously served as the Director of the U.S. Army Nuclear and Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Agency and concurrently as the Deputy Director, Plans and Policy, office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7.
Mr. Klippstein holds a Master of Arts in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; a Master of Arts in Management from Webster University, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois.
His professional memberships include the Association of the United States Army and the Association of U.S. Military Strategists.
(Current as of Nov. 25, 2019)