PEO EIS Programs


Network Modernization

Network Modernization builds readiness into the U.S. Army network by creating a single, secure standards-based network at U.S. Army installations.

Command Center Modernization: Explained

Designed to enable the Army to “fight tonight,” an Home Station Mission Command Center (HSMCC) is a joint operations center that nests within the mission command network to provide expeditionary, uninterrupted mission command through a network of intuitive, secure, standards-based capabilities adapted to commanders’ requirements and integrated into a common operating environment.

Command Video

PEO EIS enables information dominance by developing and deploying information technology (IT) systems to meet the Army’s demands today while preparing for the missions of tomorrow. PEO EIS is comprised of 32 acquisition programs, crossing all functional domains, in all acquisition life cycle phases. Through the hard work and dedication of an outstanding military, civilian and contractor workforce, PEO EIS successfully manages approximately $3 billion in IT investments and fields systems globally. These systems support Army and DOD-wide communications, enterprise services, finance, human capital, logistics and networks.

RCAS Products and Services

RCAS provides integrated, web-based software solutions and support services that enhance efficiencies for the Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve in maintaining mobilization, safety, personnel and force authorization requirements. RCAS provides IT infrastructure design and implementation to the U.S. Army Reserve Command for military construction projects.

Distributed Learning System (DLS)

Army e-Learning is a critical component of the Army’s training capabilities. The network infrastructure upon which the system runs is developed by the Distributed Learning System and PEO EIS.

Our Civilian Workforce is Army Strong

​Soldiers and civilians Working together, building a team, a stronger Army…

GCSS-Army – Automated Logistics For The 21st Century

The army is changing the way it conducts maintenance, property accountability and requisitioning supplies. According to officials, the lack of communication between stovepipe or sustainable systems will become a thing of the past with the implementation of GCSS-Army.


By leveraging advanced technologies and best practices the Army is implementing a comprehensive logistics system, providing them with unprecedented visibility, mobility and responsiveness, with an integrated supply maintenance distribution operation.


When a soldier is critically wounded, there’s the platinum ten minutes when the frontline medics have to stabilize him. Every minute counts, so they must react immediately. Once stabilized, the medic’s next order of business is passing the right information quickly, digitally documenting the care from the point of injury is critical. It’s the soldier’s first medical footprint that provides the tool for assessing treatment of men and women on the battlefield.

DCATS Combat Support Systems

​DCATS provides two off-the-shelf commercial systems that connect combat service support with warfighter logisticians – Combat Service Support Very Small Apperture Terminals (CSS VSAT) and CSS Automated information Systems Interface (CAISI. CSS VSAT and CAISI get logisticians worldwide reach back connectivity. They digitally transmit critical supply and maintenance transaction.