The Army Training Information System (ATIS) will be a fully automated, centralized system providing a Common Operating Picture for all Army component Soldiers, leaders, and civilians to plan, prepare, execute, and assess training. ATIS is the formal governance and acquisition program for integrating and synchronizing existing and evolving training information system capabilities and future requirements by reducing redundant systems & databases and facilitating easier, faster access to training information. A disciplined approach that provides governance to Army training information technology investments.
The intent for ATIS is to develop capabilities that will support a Training Environment COP that equals the Operational Environment COP capability. It must be responsive to users at the point of delivery (e.g. classrooms, mobile devices, desktops, and facilities) in support of the Army’s mission to train as we fight. It does this through 5 broad capabilities that support all training domains: operational (O), institutional (I), and self-development (SD).
Training Managers and Users must log into several disparate systems hosted at various sites with different log-ins to manage and manually coordinate training events.
This is BAD.
Soldiers, leaders, and civilians gain a single, 24x7, Army enterprise system of capabilities to develop, manage, schedule, report, execute, and deliver Army training and education.
This is GOOD.
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