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DOD continues to manage and optimize combat and combat support vehicle fleet with TEAMS.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
TransVoyant LLC announced today the renewal of the U.S. Army Total Enterprise Army Asset Management System (TEAMS) contract for ongoing development and maintenance services.
This award signifies the continued confidence that our Army sponsors and diverse fleet management stakeholders have in our abilities and shared strategic vision, said Wayne Chesley, TransVoyant VP and General Manager.
Previously known as AMS (e.g., Asset Management System), TEAMS has grown into the TACOM (Tank-automotive and Armaments Command) LCMC (Life Cycle Management Command) Program Office-level system for managing both combat and combat support vehicle fleets.
TransVoyant professionals have been actively developing U.S. Army TEAMS capabilities since 2004. During this time, TEAMS has advanced into new areas of Total Enterprise operations expanding to incorporate the entire set of PEO CS&CSS (Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support) fleets; the PEO GCS (Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems) Abrams, Bradley and Paladin fleets; the U.S. Marine Corps LAV (Light Armored Vehicle) fleet; and U.S. Special Operations Command FOSOV (Family of Special Operations Vehicles).
Based on the growing and evolving intelligence needs of these various stakeholder communities, TransVoyant professionals have worked closely with the U.S. Department of Defense to proactively enhance TEAMS capabilities for integrating Fleet Management, Inspection Processing and Validation, Vehicle Analytics and customizable dashboard reporting. These features allow TEAMS to provide a common framework for the automation of fleet management lifecycle processes and transactions, and deliver key program-specific customizations for individual fleet management processes and reporting requirements.
TEAMS leverages the investments of these various program-level fleet stakeholders in a common community of interest, explained TransVoyants Director of Systems Integration and Information Solutions, Robert Missig. This allows for sharing of the functional development effort throughout the DOD community in order to best optimize our nations defense resources.
The Total Enterprise Asset Management System is a .MIL-based, Smartcard-secured globally distributed application that is accessible via the web, mobile and desktop user interfaces. Application security and authentication is controlled via various encryption methodologies and the latest standards in AKO and CAC (PKI) authentication, and a well-defined implementation of user/role and program/data permissions. TEAMS empowers Program Managers and vendors to have real-time visibility of combat vehicle data such as part failures, critical safety issues, fielding status and soldier feedback giving users the ability to manage and analyze data with interactive dashboards and create customized user-driven reports.
In our high-volume data-driven world, TransVoyant delivers real-time capabilities and services to support the decision processes used by our global customers. TransVoyant employs a team of cleared analysts, consultants and technologists to assist clients in designing, implementing and managing solutions for outcome-focused intelligence. TransVoyant solutions are used by business and government customers to make real-time decisions with high-velocity live location, time, context and preference information. Our decision and predictive analytics technologies and proven customer-centric methodology, combined with our long history of on-time and on-budget solution delivery, improves outcomes for intelligence, defense, supply chain and risk management customers. TransVoyant is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia with locations in Alabama, Michigan, Minnesota, Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania.
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