TIAG® Provides the Army Resiliency Directorate with the Army Fitness Platform’s IT Support and Sustainment Services to Build Resiliency in the Warfighter

TIAG—an innovative technology company providing transformational solutions to private industry and across the Department of Defense—has been contracted to provide support to the Army Fitness Platform (ArmyFit) and assist the organization in implementing existing requirements of the Army Resiliency Directorate (ARD). 

The objective of ArmyFit is to provide Soldiers with a web-based solution to support their physical, spiritual, psychological, family and social well being. ArmyFit provides  online survey-based assessments, a web-based collection of health and fitness content, online tutorial modules, and a comprehensive data collection and reporting capability designed to measure, track, and assess comprehensive fitness of all U.S. Army Soldiers. 

“Our role at TIAG with this contract is to identify the myriad of operations and support requirements necessary to sustain the full lifecycle of ArmyFit and the Azimuth Check,” shares TIAG General Manager, Charlie Doutt, “From there, we will provide all-aspects  technical support, collect and maintain selected data elements, conduct analyses, and provide analytical support. Our broader goal will be to provide government planning, design, and specification documents to ensure that all system capabilities are documented and exceed the Army’s requirements.”

As part of this contract, TIAG will perform knowledge management support, advise on requirement analysis, and ensure complete IT compliance for documentation. They will additionally provide strategy that incorporates a full depth of knowledge surrounding DOD IT regulations and public affairs while working with existing agencies to ensure full compliance of DOD regulations around IT, data collection, and the proper, consistent use of marketing materials. 

“We are excited to be a part of the ArmyFit mission,” shares Managing Principal and Chief Strategy Officer, Umang Modi, “Data integrity is a top priority for TIAG and we look forward to ensuring that ArmyFit continues to provide a robust system that provides a variety of health and resiliency information to its users.”