CPT Ruperto, IPPS-A Release 2 Operations Lead, shares how he came to work on the IPPS-A project and why Talent Management is so important to him.
CPT Akanni, IPPS-A Talent Management Support Officer, shares how he came to work on the IPPS-A project and why Talent Management is so important to him.
Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) provides the information technology network and day-to-day business systems that the Army needs to do its job, every day. Our diverse portfolio of 37 product offices and 71 acquisition programs support Army and DOD communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, training and enterprise services.
Network Modernization builds readiness into the U.S. Army network by creating a single, secure standards-based network at U.S. Army installations.
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.
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.
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.
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.