USAR Data Correctness Campaign
The “Data Correctness Campaign” (DCC) is an attempt to remediate blank, invalid or mismatched data. The Data Quality Indices are used to identify blanks or errors (invalid) within several systems of record when data fields are left blank by two or more databases having conflicting or different information (mismatched). This is very helpful as it pinpoints specific issues for assigned personnel and saves time for Records Managers while correcting those issues.
Users should subscribe to the Data Quality Indexes in Command Strength Management Module (CSMM) to view and track data quality trends within their command. By subscribing to the reports, users can select the desired frequency to receive reports to their email, either daily, weekly, or monthly. This ensures the users get their reports in a fast and efficient way without having to request the reports regularly, thus saving time for other tasks.
The CSMM is used to display data received from external Authoritative Data Sources (ADS) such as Regional Level Application Software (RLAS), Digital Training Management System (DTMS), and Total Army Personnel Database-Reserve (TAPDB-R). This system contains over 10,000 metrics that focus on Strength, Attrition Management, Vacancy Management, Personnel Readiness, Resource Management, Data Quality, and Retention, among other categories. Users can view these metrics in multiple ways and export them into Excel, PowerPoint, or PDF.