PEO EIS Programs



Logistics Information Systems (LIS)


Product Lead Logistics Information Systems (PL LIS) provides Defense Business System acquisition lifecycle management of its four assigned legacy LIS. All are in the Capability Support Phase of their acquisition lifecycle. These systems support tactical ammunition supply, ground maintenance, aviation maintenance, unit supply, and property accountability operations of units operating in deployed areas and in garrison. Many installation logistics support activities also use these systems to manage their logistics support operations. Primary PL LIS capability support responsibilities are:

  • Maintaining each system’s functional performance
  • Preparing and releasing security updates to ensure cybersecurity readiness.
  • Preparing and releasing software change packages to maintain the operationally viable of system processes in response to changes in doctrine and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP).

As legacy capabilities, these systems are programmed for replacement by the Army’s objective logistics enterprise capability. PL LIS coordinates with program offices within Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) and external trading partners to ensure effective transitions to the objective capabilities. Continuous coordination with Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) and Army Enterprise System Integration Program (AESIP) Hub programs is especially important to ensure seamless transition to the objective Defense Business System capabilities.

  • Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) is the Army’s web-based management, reporting and accounting system for retail Class V munitions receipt, store, maintain and issue operations. It employs bar code and radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to support these tasks.  SAAS is currently managed as a core capability through FY25.
  • Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (Enhanced) (ULLS-A(E)) automates the management of Army aviation equipment readiness, maintenance, reporting, and technical supply operations.  ULLS-A(E) is also employed by Army installation aviation maintenance facilities. ULLS-A(E) shares its unit and aircraft readiness status and aircraft component information with the Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) to support their national-level aviation maintenance and supply management operations. ULLS-A(E) is scheduled for replacement by GCSS-Army Increment 2, which will begin deployment in FY20.
  • Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) is the Army’s web-based property accountability system that provides asset visibility and management reporting for unit equipment and organizational property. PBUSE is an Army Accountable Property System of Record (APSR). It is programmed for retirement in December 2017 following the completion of GCSS-Army Increment 1 / Wave 2 deployment in 1QFY18.
  • Standard Army Maintenance Systems-Enhanced (SAMS-E) automates the management of tactical ground equipment readiness, maintenance, reporting, and technical supply operations. SAMS-E is also employed by Army installation maintenance facilities. SAMS-E passes ground equipment readiness and maintenance information to Logistic Support Activity (LOGSA) LIW to support their national-level maintenance and supply management operations. SAMS-E is programmed for retirement in December 2017 following the completion of GCSS-Army Increment 1 / Wave 2 deployment in 1QFY18.

 

Contact Information
Project Lead: Mr. Ricky Daniels
Fort Lee, VA
(804) 765-1153

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