LOGSA Enterprise Data Management Office

In support of The LDAC EDMO mission, CMAT developed the Army Logistics Enterprise Glossary (ALEG) to provide stakeholders with a common understanding of logistics business terminology and its implementation across multiple business systems. ALEG creates a single collaborative repository that links the DOD end-to-end business scenarios, Army business processes models, Army Logistics business terms, SALE transaction, and information technology (IT) assets enabling total visibility of enterprise business operations. CMAT sustained ALEG in support of the organization’s lifecycle data management and data quality workstream missions. CMAT  performed research and analysis to successfully represent the Logistic Domain business processes, business terms, and information technology assets. The objective of these efforts was to support a web-based glossary repository that is Common Access Card (CAC) accessible and adequately supports data governance, data quality, portfolio management and business re-engineering decisions with insight into IT impacts across the Logistics Domain as well as other functional domains that have relationships in how the business is conducted.


In support of LDAC's mission of convergence, CMAT supported the implementation and execution of the Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) and Program Management Office for Army Enterprise Systems Integration Portal (PM AESIP) integration and convergence. Integration is the consolidation of legacy databases into a modernized warehouse, as well as the sunset of capabilities no longer required. 


CMAT helped develop and configure processes to perform extract, load, and transform (ELT) of data, with a preference for schema-on-read capability with minimal duplication of data. The data was securely received, distributed, processed and archived with the appropriate mapping identification. 


CMAT supported the implementation of the Hadoop Data Lake Architecture that provides timely and trusted information through accessible, highly secure and around the clock availability of high-speed, global communications while reducing costs associated with hardware, storage, and software licensing.   CMAT supported the modernization and consolidation of legacy databases and data interfaces in preparation for migration to the Data Lake.


CMAT assisted in developing baseline architectures, target architectures, developing documentation,

artifacts, and sequencing plans to transition from baselines to the targets. CMAT supported establishing Enterprise Architecture (EA) programs that encompass current information systems, develop new systems and determine where to insert emerging technologies to optimize the IT mission value.


PEO EIS TIS combines complementary and collective capabilities of Transportation Coordinators’ – Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II) and Radio Frequency In-Transit Visibility (RF-ITV). TC-AIMS II automates and manages the movement of personnel, equipment and sustainment cargo—maintaining visibility at the tactical, operational and strategic levels. RF-ITV produces, collects, and integrates movement and In-Transit Visibility (ITV) information through a worldwide infrastructure of mobile and fixed RF-ITV read and write stations, satellite transponder-equipped vehicles and servers to make ITV data available to users through a web-based tracking portal and shares data with 35 other DoD systems.


CMAT supported integrating the collective capabilities of TC-AIMS II and radio frequency device for In-Transit Visibility. TC-AIMS II automates and manages the movement of personnel, equipment, and sustainment cargo—maintaining visibility at the tactical, operational and strategic levels. The solution’s components include TC AIMS II Unit Move,TC AIMS Theater of Operations, RFID, Java, C#, SQL Server, web services, IIS, Intermec Printers, ISO 1800-7 and Windows CE.