Acting Product Director, Global Combat Support System – Army: Mr. Gregg Barisano
Our web site has all of the pertinent training, operational, and sustainment information we think the GCSS-Army users need to succeed. We’ll continue to add new, relevant content as needed. We hope our users find the web site informative and useful and will continue to visit the site regularly.
As always, we welcome suggestions through the Contact tab. We urge all users who do not find information they need to let us know through the Contact tab and we’ll address those concerns immediately.
The GCSS-Army program is an Enterprise Resource Planning program begun in 2003. Following the blueprinting, development and testing phases, the US Army Test and Evaluation Command conducted Operational Assessments in 2007 and 2010, followed by the Initial Operational Test and Evaluation in 2011 and Lead Site Verification Tests in 2012. In December 2012, the Milestone Decision Authority granted the full deployment decision for the first increment of GCSS-Army, which included warehouse, ground maintenance, property accountability, unit supply and tactical financial management functionality. From February 2013 through 2017, the full system deployment took place in all Army components, world-wide, reaching over 100,000 users. While the GCSS-Army program has transitioned sustainment of the Baseline solution to the Army Shared Services Center, the Product Office is delivering new capability with the development, testing and deployment of an Aviation Logistics solution, as well extending the baseline to support Army Prepositioned Stocks and Medical Logistics. In spite of the challenges encountered due to COVID-19 restrictions, the program has succeeded in delivering crucial capabilities to the tactical Army. The Product Office stands ready support the warfighter and the Army’s modernization efforts.
Global Combat Support System - Army (GCSS-Army) celebrated a Relinquishment of Charter at the newly named Fort Gregg-Adams. Erik J. Scott relinquished command back to Kevin Curry, Project Manager for Defense Integrated Business Systems (DIBS), as Erik moves on to his new assignment