The U.S. Army is scheduled to release in December a centralized human resources information system that will contain military records of reserve and active-duty soldiers.
The Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army is designed to consolidate all payroll, talent and personnel management processes and the web-based platform will be accessible to nearly 1.1 million soldiers via mobile devices, the service branch said Friday.
Arlington, Virginia-based contractor CACI International built IPPS-A under a $159 million contract awarded in May 2015 and helped the service deploy the application to Army National Guard in March 2020.
Col. Gregory Johnson, director of IPPS-A's functional management division, said the service leaders can start using the application to view all personnel records under "release 3" of the system transition effort.
The Army intends to get rid of 40 systems that support its HR and pay functions by 2025 and plans to use the new platform as a basis for its talent alignment process.