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  1. 9 questions with Judith Avery

    “I've been very lucky to work for great Army leaders,” said Judith Avery, deputy product lead for Accessions Information Environment (AIE) and Reserve Component Automation System (RCAS)/Force Management System (FMS), two programs that are part of the Integrated Personnel and Pay System — Army (IPPS-A) portfolio.
  2. 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.”
  3. 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.
  4. OMIS-A starts new chapter 

    ​​​​​​​“We're saying goodbye to the institution that bound us together for so long, but we're also celebrating the foundation of a new program to continue the mission,” Steve Reichard said during a ceremony hosted by Col. (Promotable) RJ Mikesh on April 12 at Fort Detrick. The ceremony disestablished the charter for Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) and established the charter for Operational Medicine Information Systems – Army (OMIS-A). 
  5. Steve Reichard leads OMIS-A transformation

    Steve Reichard, product lead for Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4)/Operational Medicine Information Systems – Army (OMIS-A), manages a team of 46 people transforming how the Army develops, tests and delivers health IT capabilities to Soldiers deployed overseas. 
  6. Billy McCain embraces change

    February 6, 2024
    “The Army’s Agile journey requires a mindset that is open to change,” said Billy McCain, product support manager for the Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) program portfolio. “I consider myself a change agent. Technology is constantly evolving, and we must be open to analyzing these emerging technologies to improve our cost, schedule or performance.”

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