1. Meet IPPS-A's DASC

    Born in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Maj. Stuart Anderson grew up in an Army family committed to serving others. Anderson, the Department of the Army Systems Coordinator (DASC) for the Integrated Personnel and Pay System — Army (IPPS-A) Increment II and Operational Medicine and Information System – Army (OMIS-A) programs, enjoys helping people solve problems. “As a former assistant program manager, I understand the pressure to get stuff done and make progress,” Anderson said. “I try to make myself a Swiss Army knife by being as useful to leaders as possible.”
  2. IPPS-A fast-tracks software modernization

    Integrated Personnel and Pay System — Army (IPPS-A), part of Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, is leveraging industry’s Agile best practices to deliver new capabilities faster and in smaller increments, according to a panel of IPPS-A leaders who hosted a breakout session May 14 at AFCEA Belvoir Industry Days.

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