Enterprise Computing’s Program Initiatives

As part of the PD ES portfolio, Enterprise Computing manages a portfolio of four primary initiatives:

Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) provides a standardized process to conduct data center discoveries and on-board Army applications into Department of Defense-approved hosting environments.

To support the overall ADCCP initiative, Enterprise Computing’s ADCCP Team manages:

  • Army Application Migration Business Office: Has been identified as the single touch point for all Army application owners requesting assistance with migration. The office provides subject matter expertise to assist in the on-boarding process; and, performs engineering analysis to assist in right-sizing applications in accordance with the Department of the Army’s Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO/G6) guidance.
  • Data Center Discovery:  Effectively conducted 10 on-site discoveries at nine installations in the U.S. and generated 10 Installation Discovery Reports for CIO/G6, completing adjudication of stakeholder comments and getting all reports out for staffing and action.

Army Enterprise Service Desk (AESD) provides the single point of contact for all LandWarNet IT service requests, issues and inquiries.

During fiscal year 2014 (FY14), AESD:

  • Effectively on-boarded 43 installations, five services and three functional commands
  • Initiated and is actively working implementation of a remote desktop solution for all Army users (BOMGAR)
  • Initiated Blackberry 10 provisioning and enterprise support
  • Initiated a Defense Information Systems Agency mobility pilot

Army Software Marketplace (ASM) is developing a roadmap and cost estimate for an incremental acquisition of an ASM for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology to determine whether to fund and proceed with the acquisition of the ASM.

In FY14, ASM:

  • Established a Working Integrated Product Team to develop scope and requirements
  • Briefed Leadership and the General Officer Steering Committee on courses of action, current analysis,  desired end-state, funding and requirements in June

Common Operating Environment (COE) was established as an initiative of Enterprise Computing in July 2014. The COE initiative is developing cloud computing implementation to reduce costs while providing operational agility, burst capacity, continuity of operations and support of legacy environments that comply with the COE Data Center Cloud Computing Environment (DC CE) Execution Plan and the DC CE Technical Reference Architecture. Under COE, Enterprise Computing is primarily charged with material development for the Data Center/Cloud/Generating Force - Computing Environment and serves as the sync point for multiple cloud efforts and working groups.


Modified February 08, 2016