US Army Chief Information Officer (CIO)
The mission of the US Army CIO is to 1) Lead LandWarNet transformation to deliver timely, trusted, and shared information and 2) Create an environment where innovation and service empowers Army and mission partners through an unsurpassed responsive, collaborative and trusted information enterprise.
The US Army CIO supports the Army Chief of Staff and Army Staff to ensure the execution of the Army Signal/G-6 function, including advising on the effects of information management, information technology and communications issues on warfighting capabilities and providing support to current future force capabilities.
The Army issued the Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) Executive Order, which directs the Army to decrease the approximately 450 data centers by 185 through FY2015.
In support of this effort, tiag designed and implemented an enterprise-class configuration management database (CMDB) to use as the Army repository specific to the Data center Consolidation Program.
This included requirements analysis and the configuration and customization, as well as product support, training, reporting and data import assistance as the ADCCP team surveyed each data center.
The CMDB provided the US Army CIO with enhanced decision-making capabilities through multi-level visualization of infrastructure, application dependencies, and impact analysis.
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