Programs A-Z

  • Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems and Services (ALTESS)

    ALTESS is a premier technology service provider that delivers military-strength data security, innovative solutions and a best-in-class customer support experience to enable mission readiness and success for the most critical applications. ALTESS’s enterprise data centers serve millions of users around the world, supporting system environment needs for organizations throughout the Joint Forces, Department of Defense and Army.

  • Allied Information Technology (AIT)

    Allied Information Technology’s (AIT) mission is to enhance U.S. and Partner Nation security and interoperability by delivering non-standard Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber and Intelligence (C5I) capabilities under the auspices of Defense Security Cooperation and Assistance programs, primarily using the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) process.
  • Applied Cyber Technologies (ACT)

    Applied Cyber Technologies (ACT) is a leader in delivering world-class cyber capabilities to the Army’s cyber force. ACT develops innovative, rapid acquisitions processes to procure cutting-edge cyber capabilities, and skillfully integrates and fields those technologies to our cyber warriors.

  • Army Contract Writing System (ACWS)

    ACWS provides a single enterprise contract writing and management system to obtain business process efficiencies; supports compliance with the Federal Financial Management Act of 1996; integrates with existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions; and decreases the number of complex interfaces while fostering audit readiness.

  • Army Data and Analytics Platforms (ARDAP)

    ARDAP enables scalable, agile and trusted data platforms—integrated with data services/applications, visualization and analytic tools—to facilitate fact-based and resource-informed decision making.
  • Army Enterprise Staff Management System (AESMS)

    AESMS procures, develops, delivers, and sustains staff management task tracking and correspondence solutions that enable end-to-end communication, collaboration and application hosting across the Army.
  • Army Human Resource Systems (AHRS)

    Army Human Resource Systems provides installation and field commanders world-wide with essential, state-of-the-art, cost-effective and standardized knowledge-based automation tools. These tools are essential to human resource accountability of Soldiers, inventory management of Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE), and the scheduling and management of firing ranges and other training facilities.

    AHRS consists of the following product offices:

  • Army Training Information System (ATIS)

    Product Development Manager (PdM) Army Training Information System (ATIS) acquires, deploys and maintains a worldwide distributed learning system to ensure our nation's Soldiers receive critical training anytime, anywhere to ensure mission success. PdM ATIS increases the quality of life for Soldiers and DA Civilians by providing a more stable and predictable lifestyle, reduces training costs for the Army and, directly impacts the Army's ability to meet its training mission.

  • Army Vantage (Vantage)

    Army Vantage is a comprehensive data management platform designed to integrate data from new and legacy systems in any form and at any scale. The program enables the Army to “see itself” by providing senior leaders, Soldiers, staff and analytic communities with a common, integrated data platform to visualize and analyze the current and predicted future state(s) of the Army.

  • Automated Movement and Identification Solutions (AMIS)

    AMIS has a diverse mission to support the U.S. Army, Department of Defense (DOD), federal agencies, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and several coalition partners. AMIS consists of DOD civil servants, Soldiers and contractors, providing functional, technical, engineering and management expertise. AMIS was established in September 2012 with the merging of two existing programs, Joint – Automatic Identification Technology and Transportation Information Systems. AMIS stands ready to assist customers large and small to develop and automate their business processes.

  • Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS)

    Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) is the Army’s designated primary source for commercial IT. CHESS provides a no-fee, flexible procurement strategy through which an Army user may procure commercial off the shelf (COTS) IT hardware, software and services via an e-commerce (IT e-mart) based process. CHESS offers simple, straightforward contract vehicles through its online Army e-commerce ordering system, the IT e-mart (

  • Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (DCATS)

    DCATS enables information dominance for the Army, Department of Defense, National Command Authority, and International Partners by acquiring, implementing, and sustaining strategic satellite and terrestrial communication systems, and by leading technologies to meet current and future requirements.
  • Defense Integrated Business Systems (DIBS)

    We are accountable for standardizing, streamlining, and sharing critical data across the Army, Department of Defense (DOD) and industry partners. Our team of professionals procure and deliver the best management capabilities to our Soldiers and end-users.
  • Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO)

    Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) provides the hardware, software, and tools to proactively defend and enable the Army’s network to operate unfettered from the threat of cyber attacks. DCO equips our partner nations with cutting edge information infrastructure capabilities.
  • Enterprise Computing (EC)

    The Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) supports acquisition activities related to reducing the Army’s data center footprint and conducts research and analysis to support migration of Army applications into an enterprise environment. The ADCCP strategy will provide the foundation for reducing over 700 CONUS Data Centers to a more manageable and affordable amount, and significantly reduce the estimated 14,000 Army applications and systems.
  • Enterprise Content Collaboration and Messaging (EC2M)

    EC2M increases efficiencies and aligns resources to deliver and sustain enterprise-level information technology (IT) capabilities that enable end-to-end collaboration, messaging, and content management across the Army workforce. EC2M transforms the Army’s legacy IT services to provide seamless and integrated communications for the Soldier on any trusted device, anywhere, anytime.
  • Enterprise Services (ES)

    PD ES rapidly acquires, delivers and sustains cost-effective IT solutions and acquisition services-based capabilities for the United States Army. Made up of six product offices, PD ES provides the Army with the means to communicate anytime, anywhere and on any device.
  • General Fund Enterprise Business Systems-Sensitive Activities (GFEBS-SA)

    General Fund Enterprise Business Systems-Sensitive Activities (GFEBS-SA), is the financial Kevlar for sensitive activities financial management transactions. We are developing a SIPRNET instantiation of GFEBS Increment I system with state of the art technology to partition financial transactions by a user’s need to know.

  • Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-Army)

    GCSS-Army is one program consisting of two components:  Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program that provides the system’s enterprise hub services and centralized master data management capabilities and the GCSS-Army (ERP Solution) which provides functional services to the business enterprise and Warfighting mission areas focused on Property Book, Supply Operations, Tactical Maintenance, Logistics Management and associated tactical finance functionality and serves as the tactical financial system of record for the Army.

  • Human Resource Solutions (HR Solutions)

    HR Solutions provides full service assisted acquisition support and centralized acquisition management of enterprise level human resource services requirements.  HR Solutions certified acquisition personnel work closely with Requiring Activity Subject Matter Experts to develop well-defined performance based acquisition packages with measurable results.
  • Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP)

    Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program enables the Warfighter through information technology, infrastructure modernization, and life cycle management of the Army’s CONUS Installation Campus Area (Voice, Video & Data) Networks, and strategic Command Centers across the Army. It provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge-based operation, and enhances connectivity between forward deployed forces with CONUS installation infrastructure.

  • Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A)

    The Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army (IPPS-A) is an online Human Resources (HR) system that will provide integrated personnel, pay and talent management capabilities in a single system to all Army Components for the first time ever. IPPS-A will improve the lives of Soldiers, and their Families, and how we interact with them by transforming our industrial age personnel systems to a 21st century talent management system. It will provide three essential capabilities to the Army: Total Force Visibility, Talent Management and Auditability.

  • Land Mobile Radio (LMR)

    LMR modernizes Army CONUS and Pacific non-tactical LMR systems in support of installation public safety organizations and functions, including first responder, force protection and other installation management functions.

  • Logistics Information Systems (LIS)

    Product Lead Logistics Information Systems (PL LIS) provides Defense Business System acquisition lifecycle management of its two assigned legacy LIS. They are the Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) and the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (Enhanced) (ULLS-A(E)). Both are in the Capability Support Phase of their acquisition lifecycle. These automated management systems support tactical ammunition supply operations and aviation maintenance operations performed by tactical units operating in deployed areas and in garrison.

  • Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)

    The LMP is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System that builds, sustains, and generates warfighting capabilities using one of the largest, fully-integrated supply chain and maintenance, repair, and overhaul solutions in the world. In all, the LMP sustains, monitors, measures, and improves the National-level logistics Production baseline, delivers new and expanded capabilities, and supports Department of Defense (DoD) and Army ERP integration efforts. 

  • Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4)

    The Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Product Management Office (PMO) integrates and fields the Army’s capability to digitally capture medical treatment data in operational environments, enhancing continuity of care and enabling comprehensive lifelong electronic health records (EHRs) for Service members.
  • Power Projection Enablers (P2E)

    Product Manager (PdM) P2E delivers the full spectrum of OCONUS network, information, and infrastructure modernization services so that Soldiers, Commands and supporting organizations can access, process, and act upon information, anytime, anywhere, thus enabling information dominance across all phases of Joint and Coalition Operations.

  • Reserve Component Automation System/Force Management System (RCAS/FMS)

    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.

    With more than 50 percent of the Army’s force structure in the Reserve Component (RC), RCAS provides a standardized, integrated solution that links approximately 10,500 Guard and Reserve units at approximately 4,000 sites located in all 50 states, three territories, and the District of Columbia.

  • Wideband Enterprise Satellite Systems (WESS)

    Wideband Enterprise Satellite Systems manages the acquisition, development and modernization of enterprise satellite communication systems and state-of-the-art satellite network control and planning systems for use with the Defense Satellite Communications Systems (DSCS), as well as Wideband Global Satellite (WGS) and commercial satellite systems.

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