To rapidly provide capabilities that support the Combatant Command and Joint Task Force Commanders plan, execute, and control logistics operations throughout the spectrum of military operations.
We are an Acquisition Category 1AC, Major Automated Information System.
- Program Decision Memorandum – Sep 1995
- Capstone Requirements Document – Jun 2000
- Designated Rapid Improvement Team Pilot Program participant – Dec 2001
- Initial Capabilities Document – Jun 2004
- Capability Development Document – May 2008
- Capability Production Document – September 2011
- GCSS-J Increment 8 Milestone review
Build a little, test a little. Deliver.
GCSS-J uses the agile development method. The results are multiple 20 day development cycles (or sprints) which culminate in a version release. With clearly defined requirements and input from the joint logistics community during development cycles, GCSS-J is able to rapidly develop, test, and field new functionality and enhanced capabilities to users. Requirement validation with users is conducted after every sprint, so there are opportunities to make adjustments based on user feedback. This event is called User Assessment (UA) which shows users a preview of new capabilities and enhancements. To participate in a UA event, please contact us.
AGILE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
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