In starting off the new year, the Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) team reflected on its achievements, beginning with a Microsoft Teams session celebrating going live with the Army National Guard (ARNG) two years ago on January 7. Within the last two years, IPPS-A completed migration of Release 2 to the ARNG in March 2020 and completed the building of the system in September 2020 for its Release 3 phase to the Active and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) components.
IPPS-A is the number one human resources (HR) modernization effort for the Army and will be live across the Total Force in December 2021. IPPS-A is a critical enabler for The Army People Strategy and its transition to a talent management system and an HR data-rich environment.
During January 2021, IPPS-A will host other virtual engagements across their social media channels to commemorate the program’s milestones including the IPPS-A “Live” townhall, with Army deputy chief of staff for personnel, Lt. Gen. Gary M. Brito, as a featured guest.
As the program gets closer to Release 3 implementation, the emphasis of the data correctness campaign increases to ensure seamless record transitions to IPPS-A prior to Release 3 go live. The campaign is designed to identify and correct data inconsistencies within every Soldier record and authoritative system in the Active Army and USAR.
In starting off the new year, the Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) team reflected on its achievements, beginning withRead more