Since joining Altarum Institute in 1992, Glen Greenlee has held positions of increasing responsibility. He oversees a portfolio of projects and program managers that focus on studies, analysis, and data extractions to support corporate planners with the Military Health System and within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Programs within Mr. Greenlee’s portfolio include studies and analysis support for the Health Budget and Financial Policy Office within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs. He oversees studies and analysis programs and data extraction programs within the TRICARE Management Activity’s (TMA) Office of the Chief Financial Officer and Office of Health Plan Operations. His programs have also provided analytic support for TMA’s Pharmaceutical Operations Directorate. His portfolio includes supporting the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy and Planning for Veterans Affairs.
In addition to supporting the Military Health System and the VA directly, Mr. Greenlee’s portfolio supports other contractors by providing analytic datasets and processing algorithms for financial analysis and functional requirements. The Institute for Defense Analyses relies on his work as they prepare annual reports to Congress on the TRICARE Health Program.
Mr. Greenlee initiated the program to provide economic analysis of information management capabilities for the Information Management Directorate within the TMA. He has authored reports for TMA’s chief financial officer on the Adequacy of Information Management and Information Technology (IM/IT) Planning and Budgeting Processes. For TMA’s chief information officer, he authored an evaluation of the central IM/IT budgeting process and the consistency of budget reports during budget formulation and execution. He led programs that developed resource allocation and planning tools for U.S. Department of Defense health affairs and for the U.S. Air Force Surgeon General’s manpower planning office and trained clients in their use. He continues to be requested as a presenter in support of such significant government programs.
Mr. Greenlee earned a master’s of arts in economics at the University of Michigan and has completed all nondissertation requirements for a doctoral degree. While at the University of Michigan, he was an adjunct lecturer at the University of Michigan Business School, where he taught MBA and BBA candidates. He earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in economics and math from Augustana College.