Army Tactical Command and Control System (ATCCS) Cost Benefit Analysis
Final rept. Jan 1987-Jan 1988
ARMY COMBINED ARMS COMBAT DEVELOPMENTS ACTIVITY FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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The Army Tactical Command and Control System ATCCS Cost Benefit Analysis CBA is a three part study benefit analysis, cost analysis, and cost benefit comparison analysis. The ATCCS CBA is required to determine the extent to which an ATCCS Common Hardware and Software CHS strategy is implementable, as well as associated costs and benefits. The ATCCS CBA is required to support a Designated Acquisition Program DAP Milestone III procurement decision for ATCCS CHS. The costbenefit analysis was designed to determine and compare various ATCCS automation alternatives, determine relative costs and benefits, and determine relative ranking based on a comparison of the costs and benefits. Results of tha ATCCS CBA are based on system descriptions, the Army Command and Control Master Plan, the ATCCS Family Requirements and Operational Capability Document, Battlefield. Keywords Information systems Battlefield computer systems Rank order.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems