A U.S. government partner seeks an integrated system that will better calculate Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) requirements, identify best qualified soldiers to fill the requirements, coordinate/schedule training to re-integrate IRR soldiers back into the Army, and track them as they proceed through the training pipeline, integrate into their newly assigned units, and deploy. IRR soldiers are reserve soldiers who are not on active duty and are not obligated to participate in drills or military activities unless called up for duty.
The partner is interested in following an agile development process and integrating IRR mobilization processes into the architecture of the existing MOBCOP internet site, through which reserve soldiers volunteer for active duty tours. The automated solution should also share mission data among Army enterprise partners while maintaining a real-time audit of data changes throughout the system.
Those interested in participating in this project should contact Lisa Stobierski by April 14, 2018. We encourage participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs).