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2017 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


May 20, 2017 - Enterprise Management Systems was honored to be able to support the National Defense Transportation Association’s (NDTA) “Washing the Wall” community service project.  EMS is an NDTA Corporate Regional Patron.  More than 50 NDTA staff, members and their families gathered at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to spend the early morning hours, before visitors normally arrive, to clean the memorial.  On the wall are the names of more than 58,000 men and women who did not return from Vietnam.  As so well stated by Lee Matthews, NDTA’s Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Development:  “Washing the wall gives us the privilege of honoring those who sacrificed.” 


​March 10, 2017 - Enterprise Management Systems was awarded Option Year 4 of a five year, $8,240,900.72 relocation support contract by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Under the contract EMS provides medical personnel travel, relocation, and expense management support. Our support is focused on relocation of medical personnel to under served areas within the United States and overseas territories.    


​​February 27, 2017 - EMS has committed continued support to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) during 2017.  EMS will provide travel support for one VVMF representative to support ten events throughout the US designed to increase the awareness about three VVMF initiatives: (1) building The Education Center at The Wall (2) the In-Memory Program which honors Vietnam veterans whose lives were cut short as a result of their service in Vietnam and (3) the collection of photos of all who gave their lives while serving in Vietnam (the Wall of Faces Project). There are 58,315 names on “The Wall”. At the moment, VVMF has collected approximately 52,400 pictures but has a goal of collecting the remaining 6,000 to complete the Wall of Faces Project.


January 10, 2017 -EMS, as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, was awarded an extension to Option Year 4 to support the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders. EMS will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations. 

2016 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


July 13, 2016 - The U.S Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) verfied the Service

Disabled Veteran-Owned status of Enterprise Management Systems, LLC (EMS).  As a result of the verification, EMS will be

eligible to participate in the Veterans First Contracting Program opportunities in the VA.


May 12, 2016 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) supported Feed My Starving Children and the Northstar Church Network by joining "Team 500."


March 2, 2016 -EMS, as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, was awarded Option Year 4 to support the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders. The contract includes four (4) Option Years, which continue through January 31, 2017. EMS will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations. 


February 24, 2016 - EMS has committed continued support to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) during 2016.  EMS will provide travel funding for one VVMF representative to support ten events throughout the US designed to increase the awareness about two VVMF initiatives: (1) building The Education Center at The Wall and (2) the collection of photos of all who gave their lives while serving in Vietnam (the Wall of Faces Project). There are 58,300 names on “The Wall”. At the moment, VVMF has approximately 40,000 pictures but has a goal of collecting the remaining 18,300 to complete the Wall of Faces Project.


​January 5, 2016 - Enterprise Management Systems was awarded Option Year 3 of a five year, $8,240,900.72 relocation support contract by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Under the contract EMS provides medical scholar travel, relocation, and expense management support. The support includes tracking scholar travel activity, managing travel allotments, travel coordination, managing the movement of household goods, and processing reimbursement of eligible expenses. 


2015 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


October 19, 2015 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) is pleased to announce our support to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) during the display of The Wall That Heals (TWTH), a half scale Wall replica and mobile Education Center, which will be hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library and VVMF in Simi Valley, California from November 18th - November 22nd.


The Wall That Heals will open at 12:00 p.m. on November 18th and will remain open around the clock until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 22nd. Accompanying the wall replica is a mobile Education Center that displays the photos of service members whose names are found on The Wall, along with letters and memorabilia left at The Wall in D.C.- See more at: http://www.vvmf.org/twth-reagan#sthash.TO33WqxH.dpuf.  


EMS regularly supports the VVMF at veteran reunions, symposiums, and national conferences to increase the awareness of attendees about two VVMF's initiatives: (1) building The Education Center at The Wall and (2) the collection of photos of all who gave their lives while serving in Vietnam (the Wall of Faces Project). There are 58,300 names on “The Wall”. At the moment, VVMF has approximately 40,000 pictures but has a goal of collecting the remaining 18,300 to complete the Wall of Faces Project. EMS will continue to financially support the VVMF and the collection of photos until the Wall of Faces Project is completed.   

September 14, 2015 -- As a team member for the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) is pleased to be part of the team that has been awarded a contract by the Department of Defense (DoD) to provide an electronic health record off-the-shelf solution, integration activities and deployment across the Military Health System. The contract, known as the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM), is an initiative designed to modernize the military’s healthcare system in a meaningful way, enabling patients and clinicians to capture and share health data that can improve the continuity and quality of care for those who serve and have served our country and their families. 

Modernizing the medical records of the millions of service members and their families is vitally important to DoD and our nation. DHMSM will continue the DoD’s leadership in utilizing the best healthcare technology, and can help improve medical outcomes and support the medical readiness of the U.S. military.


EMS is proud to be part of the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, the team that has been selected as the best value solution for the DHMSM contract,” said Ed Savacool, President. “Together, our qualified and experienced team is prepared to lean forward with the Department of Defense to deliver a world class electronic health records solution for our nation’s armed forces, their families and beneficiaries. We look forward to the work ahead and are committed to improving healthcare and providing important decision support capabilities to facilitate improved clinical outcomes for our deserving men and women in uniform.” 

Enterprise Management Systems’ role with the Leidos Partnership, includes providing subject matter expert support for electronic health record system process workflow, training, and related course and curriculum development. 

The $4.3 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a two-year initial ordering period, with two 3-year option periods, and a two-year award term which is earned through successful performance during the previous contract periods.


August 11,2015 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) was awarded a Defense Health Agency contract to continue our current support in providing Project Management, Training and Functional Support Service for Clinical Information Systems and Associated Applications to the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD).  The one year contract with a six month extension clause will allow EMS to continue supporting the Army Healthcare Management System as the new Department of Defense (DoD) Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) program begins to further modernize Defense Healthcare. 

As the prime contractor, EMS will continue to provide both initial and sustainment support for all technological solutions and activities associated with the Health Information Technology portfolio and the deployment of Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) principles and information technologies required to meet the National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA) criteria for PCMH. EMS will also continue support for curriculum and content development, business process re-engineering activity support, implementation of U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) and Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer (OCMIO) policies and procedures, and necessary conference and administrative support to the OCMIO.

June 14, 2015 – Enterprise Management Systems supported the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) at the Vietnam Helicopter Crew Members Association Reunion in Albuquerque, New Mexico from June 9 through June 13.  EMS regularly supports the VVMF at veteran reunions, symposiums, and national conferences to increase the awareness of attendees about two VVMF's initiatives: (1) building The Education Center at The Wall and (2) the collection of photos of all who gave their lives while serving in Vietnam (the Wall of Faces Project). There are 58,300 names on “The Wall”. At the moment, VVMF has approximately 40,000 pictures but has a goal of collecting the remaining 18,300 to complete the Wall of Faces Project. EMS will continue to financially support the VVMF and the collection of photos until the Wall of Faces Project is completed.  


March 20, 2015 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS), as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, was awarded Option Year 3 to support the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders. The contract includes four (4) Option Years, which continue through January 31, 2017. EMS will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations. 


February 5, 2015 – Enterprise Management Systems was awarded a six month extension of a three year prime contract to provide program management support; functional training; and, consultation support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD).  EMS is honored to have the opportunity to continue providing support to Army Health Care Providers and the military members and families they support. 


February 3, 2015 - Enterprise Management Systems was awarded Option Year 2 of a five year, $8,240,900.72 relocation support contract by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Under the contract EMS provides medical scholar travel, relocation, and expense management support. The support includes tracking scholar travel activity, managing travel allotments, travel coordination, and processing reimbursement of eligible expenses. 


2014 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


November 10, 2014 - Enterprise Management Systems is a 2014 Benefit Sponsor of the Build the Center fundraiser. Each year the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) hosts its signature fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for the building of The Education Center at The Wall.  The 2014 gala was held at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC on Monday, November 10, 2014.


August 24, 2014 - Enterprise Management Systems entered into an Associate Company Sponsorship agreement with the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation (VSF), a state agency and a Virginia nonprofit corporation, to support the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program. The agreement covers an Associate Company sponsorship of Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program events that V3 will be conducting from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.


July 6, 2014 – Enterprise Management Systems supported the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF), at the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Reunion in Louisville, Kentucky from July 1st through July 6th. EMS regularly supports the VVMF at veteran reunions, symposiums, and national conferences to increase the awareness of attendees about two VVMF's initiatives: (1) building The Education Center at The Wall and (2) the collection of photos of all who gave their lives while serving in Vietnam (the Wall of Faces Project). There are 58,300 names on “The Wall”. At the moment, VVMF has approximately 35,000 pictures but has a goal of collecting the remaining 23,300 to complete the Wall of Faces Project. EMS will continue to financially support the VVMF and the collection of photos until the Wall of Faces Project is completed.


May 20, 2014 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS), as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, was awarded Option Year 2 to support the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders. The contract includes four (4) Option Years, which continue through January 31, 2017. EMS will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations.


March 18, 2014 - Enterprise Management Systems was awarded Option Year 1 of a five year, $8,240,900.72 relocation support contract by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Under the contract EMS provides medical scholar travel, relocation, and expense management support. The support includes tracking scholar travel activity, managing travel allotments, travel coordination, and processing reimbursement of eligible expenses.


February 27, 2014 – Enterprise Management Systems entered into a community service agreement with the Hearth and Home Adult Day Healthcare Center to provide consulting, marketing, and recruiting support to the facility. As a part of the community service agreement, EMS provides marketing support to Hearth and Home through multiple channels including but not limited to the VOCUS Marketing Cloud, A Place for Mom referral service, and maintenance of the Hearth and Home Website and Social Media accounts. All recruiting, VOCUS based marketing, and Hearth and Home Web presence maintenance support are provided by EMS at no cost to Hearth and Home.


February 15, 2014 – Enterprise Management Systems was awarded the Third Option Year prime contract to provide program management support; initial sustainment and functional training; and, consultation support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). EMS is honored to have the opportunity to continue providing support to Army Health Care Providers and the military members and families they support.


2013 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


March 18, 2013 - Enterprise Management Systems was awarded a five year, $8,240,900.72 contract by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration to provide medical scholar travel, relocation, and expense management support. The support includes tracking scholar travel activity, managing travel allotments, travel coordination, and processing reimbursement of eligible expenses. The five year contract includes a base year and four option years. EMS will employ its Travel, Relocation, and Expense Management System (T-REMS) application to support the contract. The T-REMS is an integrated web service composed of three major components: the EMS developed Web-portal that integrates the Travel-On Travel Management System, and the Paychex – ExpenseWire module. T-REMS can be configured to comply with both the Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) and commercial corporation specific client travel process requirements. Full travel requirements can be scheduled and booked through this web service. Once travel is entered in the scheduling system, approved, and booked, it moves smoothly and automatically into the Expense Management module. This capability was designed to provide both government and commercial customers with effective and efficient expense control, auditing, and expedited reimbursement to their employees.


February 15, 2013 – Enterprise Management Systems was awarded the Second Option Year prime contract to provide program management support; initial sustainment and functional training; and, consultation support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). EMS is honored to have the opportunity to continue providing support to Army Health Care Providers and the military members and families they support.


February 5, 2013 - Enterprise Management Systems (EMS), as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, was awarded Option Year 1 to support the Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders. The U.S. Army awarded the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, which includes Enterprise Management Systems as a small business team member, an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract for mission support services for the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Fort Benning, Georgia. In addition to the Base Year recently completed, the contract includes four Option Years, which continue through January 31, 2017 with a potential value of $458 million. The MCoE is a military entity created as a direct result of the 2005 Army Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). MCoE’s Infantry School, located at Fort Benning, and the Armor School from Fort Knox, are tasked with producing "centers of excellence" for training future Army leaders. EMS will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations.


2012 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


August 15, 2012 Enterprise Management Systems completed development of a web service called the Travel and Expense Management System (T-EMS), which as the name implies, combines travel, relocation, and expense management. The T-EMS is an integrated web service composed of three major components: the EMS developed Web-portal that integrates the Travel-On Travel Management System, and the Paychex – ExpenseWire module. T-EMS can be configured to comply with both the Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) and commercial corporation specific client travel process requirements. Full travel requirements can be scheduled and booked through this web service. Once travel is entered in the scheduling system, approved, and booked, it moves smoothly and automatically into the Expense Management module. This capability was designed to provide both government and commercial customers with effective and efficient expense control, auditing, and expedited reimbursement to their employees. After the system was implemented by EMS for a current Army Medical Command support contract, the “end-to-end” invoicing and reimbursement processing time was reduced by 50%.


April 16, 2012 - A team of Enterprise Management Systems health information system consultants recently completed detailed training and preparation to support the deployment of secure healthcare messaging technology. The technology secures doctor and other healthcare provider communications with patients. Secure messaging combines the basic technologies of unique identification, authorization and message security to provide the safest and secure methods of exchanging healthcare information. These technologies, known collectively as secure messaging, ensure that the health information exchange by healthcare providers is protected against malicious interferences.


February 15, 2012 – Enterprise Management Systems was awarded the first Option Year prime contract to provide program management support; initial sustainment and functional training; and, consultation support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). EMS is honored to have the opportunity to continue providing support to Army Health Care Providers and the military members and families they support.


January 30, 2012 – Enterprise Management Systems was selected to support the transition of technology developed for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) through two programs supported by the California State University Long Beach Foundation, the Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies (CCDoTT) and Strategic Mobility 21 (SM21). The two programs have developed and refined an Agile Port System (APS) concept through modeling, simulation, experimentation, and demonstration. Reviewing the distribution technology developed for ONR, EMS will study ways to employ the technology for filling existing capability gaps in naval and commercial distribution systems.


2011 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


November 7, 2011 – Enterprise Management Systems (EMS), as a part of the Cubic Applications, Inc Team, will support the Maneuver Center of Excellence in training future Army leaders: The U.S. Army awarded the Cubic Applications, Inc. Team, which includes Enterprise Management Systems as a small business team member, an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract for mission support services for the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Fort Benning, Georgia. Fourteen businesses won the multiple award contracts, which have a period of performance of one base year and four option years and a potential value of $458 million. The MCoE is a military entity created as a direct result of the 2005 Army Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). MCoE’s Infantry School, located at Fort Benning, and the Armor School from Fort Knox, are tasked with producing "centers of excellence" for training future Army leaders. Cubic’s Team will provide the MCoE support for developing training methodologies and products, concepts, doctrines, organizational requirements and materiel capability requirements for current and future forces, including the Heavy Brigade Combat Team; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces; and other units such as the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and Cavalry organizations.


September 15, 2011 – Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) was awarded a $37,000 subcontract by Dynamics Research Corporation (Nasdaq: DRCO) to develop the Supply Operations Event Management Section of an overarching General Services Administration Knowledge Management System. EMS will also support DRC in developing a broad range of services in knowledge management for GSA. Deliverables EMS will support include development of process guides, standard operating procedures, web-portal design for the event management section and after action review packets. The ultimate goal is to ensure GSA employees nationwide pull knowledge from a central source.


July 7, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems was awarded a modification to a U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) prime contract awarded February 18, 2011. As a result of the contract modification, Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) has five additional traveling government contract positions. The positions were awarded to provide initial, sustainment and functional training consultation and support for primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the AMEDD. CIS to be supported includes, but is not limited to, AHLTA, Essentris, Composite Health Care System (CHCS), and other software solutions used in support of the Military Electronic Health Record such as MEDCOM AHLTA Provider Satisfaction (MAPS) suite of software, Carepoint and theatre applications such as Theatre Medical Data Store. EMS is also responsible for providing curriculum development support, business process re-engineering activities, and continuous process improvement activities in support of the Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer (OCMIO). The five additional personnel will augment the existing 17 member EMS Team during the period between August 1, 2011 and February 15, 2012.


May 27, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems participated in the Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) Information and Communication Technology Workshop held in Colorado Springs, CO, May 25th - 26th. The two day HA/DR Tech workshop was attended by academics, practitioners and agency participants. The workshop was designed to assess the impact of information and communication technology on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. Discussions focused on recent advances in information sharing using innovative and collaborative tools and technologies-what exists, what needs to exist, and what guidelines and requirements should be developed for ethical, practical and effective coordination. EMS attended the workshop as a part of a project that was awarded to EMS by the California State University-Long Beach, Foundation to support the Office of Naval Research in the development of a Naval HA/DR Sense and Respond FY14 Future Naval Capability (FNC) Candidate.


May 19, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems initiated a program to enhance and expand its medical clinic workflow analysis and clinic information system support services. The medical support capability enhancement effort is based on current work related to program management support, initial sustainment and functional training, consultation and support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized by the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). The expanded support effort includes internal planning and training sessions with the primary management team and select EMS trainers and systems analysts. The expanded capabilities will be developed and marketed to more fully support our military clients and potential commercial clients.


April 8, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems was awarded the Army Professional Forums first Option Period contract on April 8, 2011. Knowledge Management is a capability EMS developed while performing Research and Development support work for the California State University – Long Beach Foundation funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR). Our initial knowledge management work lead to our current support of the Army’s Professional Forums under the organizational structure of the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL). The Army Professional Forums contract, which consists of 26 Forums, was initially awarded to EMS in August 2010. “Team EMS” is composed of EMS as the prime contractor with two highly experienced subcontractors - DRC and Strategic Knowledge Solutions. The Army Professional Forums recently began supporting the Army’s Rapid Adaptation Initiative (RAI) by leveraging the knowledge shared and issues discussed on the facilitated forums and sharing this knowledge throughout the rest of the Army. The RAI, as supported by the Army Professional Forums, employs technology, networks and people to enable rapid horizontal and vertical information sharing. The Professional Forums improve the capture and responsive dissemination of current Army observations, insights, and lessons (OIL) and operational environment (OE) changes. The Team EMS goal is to continually enhance collaboration and raise situational awareness of key issues and emerging solutions for the Army and Joint Forces throughout the world.


March 24, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems recently completed the Veteran Institute Procurement (VIP), a comprehensive training and certification program that helps veteran-owned businesses strengthen their ability to win government contracts and do business with both military and civilian agencies they once served in uniform. On March 24, 2011, EMS was one of 42 businesses from eight states first to graduate from the National Center for the Veteran Institute for Procurement at the Bolger Center, a government-owned conference facility located in Potomac, Md. During the program’s graduation, Congressman Chris Van Hollen of Maryland presented Ed Savacool with a congressional citation on behalf of Congressman Frank R. Wolf.


March 11, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems participated in the Transportation Research Forum, 52nd Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California. Ed Savacool, the EMS President, presented the results of the EMS supported development of an advanced Global Transportation Management System (GTMS). EMS developed the GTMS as part of the company's support to the Strategic Mobility 21 (SM21) program. The SM21 program was managed by the California State University Long Beach Foundation. The funding for the research and development effort was provided by the Office of Naval Research (ONR). The GTMS was designed by EMS with the support of Dole Packaged Foods. Results of the GTMS experimentation campaign were presented during the Forum. February 18, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems, with partner Intervise Consulting, initiated program management support, initial sustainment and functional training, consultation and support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized by the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). The support effort began with a three day planning and training session with all of the Team EMS trainers and systems analysts.


January 18, 2011 Enterprise Management Systems, with partner Intervise Consulting, was awarded a prime contract to provide program management support, initial sustainment and functional training, consultation and support for the primary Clinical Information Systems (CIS) utilized across the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD). EMS is honored to be awarded such an important contract supporting the Army Health Care Providers and indirectly the military members and families they support.


2010 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


December 15, 2010 Enterprise Management Systems completed the development of a Joint Logistics Lexicon for the Joint Staff J4 to provide both a shared logistics language and a common set of logistics definitions. This task was in support of the following statement from the J-4’s 2010 Annual Guidance: “We will further develop a common lexicon for Joint Logistics, one that is embraced and accepted by the entire logistics COI, so that we are all speaking in a common language to facilitate interoperability.”


December 8, 2010 In support of an action item from the Joint Logistics Education and Training Working Group at Worldwide Joint Training & Scheduling Conference 10-2, Enterprise Management Systems completed an update of the Joint Logistics Education and Training Community of Practice website hosted by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). The following is an excerpt from USTRANSCOM’s December issue of The DPO Update: “The Joint Logistics Education and Training Community of Practice on the Defense Acquisition University Acquisition Community Connection site has been updated. Look to it for many resources, including guidance and doctrine, conferences, available education and training, interagency and multinational resources, links and more, as well as collaboration opportunities. Email Jeanne McDonnell with feedback or additional resources.” November 29 to December 1, 2010 - At the request of the Director, Joint Military Planners Course (JMPC), Enterprise Management Systems taught the 16-hour Joint Planning Course (JPC) for JMPC Class 72. The purpose of the Joint Medical Planners Course is to prepare field grade officers, senior non-commissioned officers, and DOD civilians to effectively function as medical planners on Combined Commands, the Joint Staff, in Combatant Commands, Component Headquarters of Combatant Commands, Joint Task Forces, or Service Headquarters. JMPC will provide the necessary skills, familiarization, and proficiency in the concepts, procedures, and applications of joint and combined medical planning at the operational level of war.


November 15, 2010 - Enterprise Management Systems completed an independent assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of joint logistics education and training in the Combatant Commands (COCOMS) and joint training exercises. The Joint Logistics Education, Training, and Exercise Study (JLETES) was formally staffed through the Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) system with the Services, COCOMs, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and National Defense University (NDU). Overall the study provides an assessment of the current state of joint logistics education and training in DOD. Enterprise Management Systems completed the study for the United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) - Joint Warfighting Center/Joint Training Directorate (JWFC/J7) under subcontract to General Dynamics Information Technology. In mid-November, the study was signed by the USJFCOM J7, MG Stephen Layfield, USA and forwarded to Joint Staff.


September 24, 2010 Enterprise Management Systems has been awarded a Drayage in Transit Tracking Service contract by the Center of the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies (CCDoTT). The project will define, design and develop a drayage management system capable of allowing for time definite drayage through the development of an advanced scheduling and tracking web service. The contract will be completed in collaboration with the Strategic Mobility 21 Dole Foods project. Enterprise Management Systems was awarded a second contract by CCDoTT on September 24th to support the development of a proposed Department of Defense Joint Capabilities Technology Demonstration (JCTD). The JCTD is being designed to support the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in demonstrating the Global Transportation Management System (GTMS) developed by the California State University - Long Beach (CSULB) Foundation. The GTMS development was lead by EMS with design support from Dole Packaged Foods. The GTMS was designed to provide supply chain logistics "deliver" execution level support for both the commercial and military sectors.


August 20, 2010 Enterprise Management Systems was selected to present a knowledge management internal research and development paper at The Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT)® 2010 Interactive Technologies Conference in Washington, on August 20, 2010. The paper - "An Advanced Knowledge Management System (AKMS) for Humanitarian Logistics" describes how an advanced knowledge management system for logistics will help alleviate logistics challenges that affect every humanitarian assistance / disaster relief operation. August 4, 2010 - Enterprise Management Systems, with partners Dynamics Research Corporation and Strategic Knowledge Systems, was awarded a prime contract to support the Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS) - Knowledge Networks Division. EMS is honored to be awarded such an important contract supporting Soldiers and other Service Members worldwide. We are proud to have two strong partners that have vast experience supporting the BCKS Knowledge Networks Division on our team. As a team we look forward to building upon the past successes of the Army in establishing and facilitating the Army Communities of Practice and Forums. Under this contract the EMS team will be responsible for managing over 60 Professional Forums with over 185,000 members. July 9, 2010 Enterprise Management Systems completed the development of three lessons for the Center for Joint and Strategic Logistics in support of its curriculum development efforts: “The Integration of Logistics in the Joint Operational Planning Process”; “The Joint Logistics Environment”; and “Joint Logistics Management”. As designed, these three lessons could be modified for use in Joint Professional Military Education Phase I and Phase II resident and non-resident courses of instruction. January 5, 2010 - General Dynamics Information Technology awarded Enterprise Management Systems a subcontract Task Order to provide support to the USJFCOM Joint Logistics Education, Training, and Experimentation Transformation (JLETT) Working Group at the World Wide Joint Training and Scheduling Conference (WWJTSC) 2010-1. EMS will coordinate all pre-conference meetings, serve as the JLETT Working Group point of contact, and prepare all briefing reports related to the JLETT Working Group at the WWJTSC.


2009 Enterprise Management Systems’ News


December 2009 - LMI issued an award to Enterprise Management Systems to support, as a subcontractor, in the analysis of Sea Based Logistics. The Sea Base Operation program is a collaborative project with Strategic Mobility 21. The program has two objectives: to develop Advanced Base requirements and to identify dual-use processes and tools to support sea basing operations that can be adapted to a commercial "deliver" function. The project will analyze end-to-end distribution, specifically on the distribution of sustainment materials arriving at military and commercial advance bases. Enterprise Management Systems recently completed the Agile Port System (APS) subcontract for TranSystems. EMS supported the development of the APS simulation model, coordinated the APS simulation modeling, and compiled reports and data to analyze previous APS efforts.


April 28, 2009 - EMS was awarded a subcontract by LMI to support the Seabasing Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA). The support will be provided to LMI and the J-8 Studies, Analysis, and Gaming Division (SAGD). J-8 SAGD requires on-site contractor support to provide technical and analytical assistance to the Seabasing Integration Team (SIT), technical capabilities to support SAGD during the Joint Seabasing Analysis and Wargaming (JSAW) and four Functional Solutions Analysis phases of the Seabasing CBA. EMS will maintain the Government- established Seabasing Knowledge Management Portal hosted on the Joint Staff Information Network – Top Secret (JSIN-T). The portal provides a systematic means to standardize, communicate, and disseminate information related to Joint Seabasing analysis, wargaming, and experimentation. Additionally, EMS will support the Seabasing Integration Team (SIT) in coordinating and executing Seabasing Working Group (SWG) meetings and briefings.