Information Management: Automation, Standards for Electronic Staffing, Publishing, and Archiving
ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND FORTMONROE VA
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This pamphlet describes the standards for automated systems based on an Open Systems philosophy supported by the Army Technical Architecture, version 4.0. It addresses standards for automating the staffing, publishing, and archiving of training and doctrinal products. This pamphlet applies to HQ TRADOC, TRADOC installations, schools, and activities that publish training and doctrinal products. It is provided as a guide to action officers who process training and doctrinal products. As TRADOC becomes more dependent on information technology in its transition to FORCE XXI, information systems must be able to connect and exchange data. This can be achieved by using commercially available software and compatible operating systems that enable properly engineered components to be used across a wide range of systems with minimum changes. These systems interoperate with other components on local and remote systems. Moreover, this pamphlet covers the processes for the digital dissemination of training and doctrine products within TRADOC.
- Computer Systems