AIRMICS (U.S. Army Institute for Research in Management Information, Communications and Computer Sciences) Information Center Model Site Evaluation
ARMY INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING COMMAND FORT BELVOIR VA
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The Army Institute for Research in Management Information, Communications, and Computer Sciences AIRMICS is the research arm of the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command ISEC. AIRMICS is currently conducting research into the implementation and operation of Information Centers ICs, both in government and in private industry. Under this task, under the sponsorship of the U.S. Army Information Systems Command, and directed by AIRMICS, a series of orientation and evaluation visits were made at six U.S. sites. The six sites were Fort Stewart, Fort Monroe, White Sands Missile Range, Fort Hood, Rock Island Arsenal, and Fort Ord. The purpose of the project was to determine the services provided at the sites and the strategies used at the sites to implement the services. The goal was to provide 1 an analysis of the way that IC functions were being performed at the sites 2 an update to the draft Planning and Implementation Guide and 3 a revised set of IC Orientation viewgraphs for use be installations in the startup phase of IC implementation. The results of the site visits are presented in this document.
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