2/18/14 11:03:09 AM -- Doug Wiltise, Army PEO EIS, in his Ft. Belvoir office, 2/18/14. Photo by Rob Curtis, Staff (Rob Curtis/Staff / Gannett Government Media)
Welcome to the 2014 Federal Times/C4ISR & Networks ERP Vision Guide highlighting the accomplishments of the Army’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems managed by the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS).
We are the Army’s technical leader for business information systems — our systems support every soldier, every day, everywhere.
We currently manage the Army’s four main ERPs: the General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army), the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) and the Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A).
GFEBS, which is the foundation for Army audit readiness, is the Web-enabled financial, asset and accounting management system. Through GFEBS we’re able to standardize, streamline and share critical data across the enterprise to make the best resourcing decisions in real time. GFEBS was fully deployed in 2012 to 58,000 users around the world. Today GFEBS processes nearly 200,000 transactions daily. Now in sustainment, GFEBS has laid the groundwork for other Army financial, accounting and procurement systems.
GCSS-Army is now in fielding across the Army to provide modernized supply and related financial tracking at the warehouse level and installation level. When fully deployed at the end of fiscal year 2017, GCSS-Army will improve every supply room, motor pool, direct support repair shop, warehouse and property book office in the Army, improving efficiency and visibility for 154,000 users.
Established and improving Army operations for more than 10 years, LMP has paved the way for how national-level logistics and working capital funds financial systems are developed, deployed and sustained. Today, LMP continues to strengthen the Army through its fully integrated supply chain, maintenance, repair and overhaul, planning, execution and financial management systems. LMP Increment 1 is fully fielded and operational, and LMP Increment 2 is on track to deliver new and expanded capabilities to meet Army and DoD initiatives, as well as support expanded industrial base operations.
IPPS-A is fulfilling the Army’s responsibility to our soldiers to provide them with complete, accurate personnel and payroll records. IPPS-A will collapse the antiquated stovepiped systems that hinder information sharing and consolidate this information into a single, enterprise solution, reducing personnel and pay errors.
PEO EIS’ innovative capabilities enhance the Army’s ability to equip, train, sustain, man, organize and deploy more effectively in any environment. We appreciate your interest and support as we work to provide tireless support to every soldier, every day, everywhere.
Douglas K. Wiltsie