Important: Users must have the SAPGUI for Windows and Stunnel encryption software loaded on their system in order to access the GCSS-Army portal menus. Without them the HTML based menu is still available as an alternative solution.
The AKO link to download user client software is https://www.us.army.mil/suite/files/37099793
It provides the means for synchronous and asynchronous knowledge sharing, collaboration and interaction between the DA G-4, CASCOM ESD, PM GCSS-Army, QM school and GCSS-Army SMEs and users worldwide. It is driven by STRATCOMS, community discussion forums, blogs, live/virtual meeting and training sessions, multimedia learning products and other knowledge products, services and performance support tools.
Sponsored by the Combined Arms Support Command, this site provides information and news concerning current SASMO capabilities in support of field and sustainment levels of maintenance as well as future support requirements for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
FLSD provides Field Service Representatives (FSRs) located at Tobyhanna Depot and Forward Repair Activities (FRAs) throughout CONUS, Germany and Korea in support of out-of-warranty Sustainment Information Systems. Planning and funding considerations are underway to provide out-of-warranty end user equipment service as the systems are displaced during and after GCSS-Army fielding.
Discussions will involve a progressive learning strategy designed to turn the members into fully functioning GCSS-Army Subject Matter Experts (SME).
The application lets ARNG soldiers and civilians securely collaborate on projects or work in a completely open manner. Users have the ability to share information through group blogs, discussions and private wiki documents allowing secure communities of interest to grow and connect with others across the greater military community.
Soldiers and civilians must join this site to pose questions, receive answers and discuss GCSS-Army topic areas of:
It provides increased training opportunities for Soldiers, units, states, training centers, and schools. GuardU gives trainers a flexible capability to deliver online learning that can readily accommodate new technologies and different instructional methods. ARNG soldiers and civilians will utilize GuardU in lieu of the GTRAC for pre-requisite GCSS-Army web-based training.
PEO EIS is well-known as a systems acquisition, development and integration center of excellence. Under the management of four deputy program executive officers, five directorates and many project/product managers, PEO EIS develops and fields a wide range of products and services that support the Army. PEO EIS is dedicated to supporting the war fighter and contributes to the global war on terror. Through its diverse programs, PEO EIS touches every soldier, every day. PEO EIS continually finds ways to serve the Army and the Department of Defense (DoD).
Their mission is to ensure automated logistics solutions for multifunctional logistics capability gaps are identified, documented, and programmed by Materiel Developer (MATDEV) representatives and fielded in the right quantity to the right Soldier and/or organizations. They Serve as the lead for tactical CSS logistical systems and represents the field users of the systems.
The mission of ASA (FM&C) is to formulate, submit, and defend the Army budget to Congress and the American people; oversee the proper and effective use of appropriated resources to accomplish the Army's assigned missions; provide timely, accurate, and reliable financial information to enable leaders and managers to incorporate cost considerations into their decision-making; provide transparent reporting to Congress and the American people on the use of appropriated resources and the achievement of established Army-wide performance objectives; and manage and coordinate programs for the accession, training, and professional development of Army resource managers.
EDMO is the governing office to ensure that data management is executed at all logistics domain activities. EDMO supports the G4 to ensure the quality of logistics data meets defined requirements and, ‘fit to purpose’. EDMO supports GCSS-Army working with customers prior to fielding with data cleansing starting at the D-300 mark.
GFEBS provides timely, reliable, and accurate information, which improves cost management and control, allowing more time to perform financial analysis, and facilitate a more accurate understanding of the value and location of property. The GFEBS/GCSS-Army relationship under the federated approach is critical for achieving total cost of ownership and total auditability.
As part of the Single Army Logistics Enterprise (SALE) with GCSS-Army, LMP is the Army's core initiative to totally replace the two largest, most important Warfighting support National-level logistics systems; the inventory management Commodity Command Standard System (CCSS), and the depot and arsenal operations Standard Depot System (SDS).
Tools and templates located on this site can be used as a baseline to augment and meet the specific needs of the GCSS-Army program throughout it’s lifecycle. . The search capability on this site with keyword “GCSS-Army” returns a menu of published GCSS-Army documentation, articles, news, and presentations.
All members of the Active Duty, National Guard, Reserves, Army civilian, and select contractor workforce have an account which grants access to Army web assets, tools and services worldwide. The search capability on this site with keyword “GCSS-Army” returns a menu of published GCSS-Army documentation, articles, news, and presentations.
This site contains the latest Army news, images, videos, information for leaders and career information. The U.S. Army homepage provides links to Army web pages as well as other DoD sites. The Army A-to-Z functionality is categorized by subject and provides links to information, and contacts published by the U.S. Army Office of Public Affairs. The search capability on this site with keyword “GCSS-Army” returns a menu of published GCSS-Army articles, news and presentations.
Requirements engineering activities on the GCSS-Army program have changed over the past 5 years. Read more.
The Soldier Support Institute’s Finance School received the third iteration of Instructor and Key Personnel Training (IKPT). Read more.
GCSS-Army is honored by GCN for innovation and excellence in public-sector information technology. Read more.
National Guard Bureau (NGB) selected New Hampshire to be the first state to receive the GCSS-Army Wave 2 capability. Read more.
I&KPT provides instructors with the knowledge base to conduct GCSS-Army training in the institutional classrooms. It gives training developers a baseline for developing Programs of Instruction (POI) for GCSS-Army institutional training. Read more.
The Global Combat Support System-Army provides company-level leaders with the tools to manage tasks and access related information that will help them make better decisions. Read more.
Lt. Gen. Gustave F. Perna, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 addresses upcoming milestones and the ramp up of GCSS-Army Wave II. Read more.
PMO GCSS-Army Product Training & Transition Branch continues to improve the availability of GCSS-Army training for organizations. Read more.
Nearly 200 military and industry leaders converged June 3 to discuss logistics and sustainment in a “Hot Topic” forum hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army. Read more.
GCSS-Army, "is clearly the game-changer in logistics," said Lt. Gen. Gustave F. Perna. Read more.
The 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne, is first Active Army Unit to receive GCSS-Army Wave 2. Read more.
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System improves the way data is leveraged when analyzing the efficiency of processes performed within Army Logistics. Read more.
The implementation of GCSS-Army has presented learning challenges to new and experienced leaders. Read more.
The 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment is at the forefront of U.S. Army logistics by leading the Army in the transition. Read more.
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), deployed their supply support activities (SSAs) to the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Fort Polk, Louisiana. Read more.
GCSS-Army latest technology being fielded to support logistical operations which U.S. Army South at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston is incorporating to enhance its mission. Read more.
Enhancing current maintenance management procedures helps the 470th Military Intelligence Brigade prepare for GCSS-Army Wave II Fielding. Read more.
Last Updated: 10/6/2015