AT21

AcronymDefinition
AT21Agile Transportation for the 21st Century
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On Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the departing flight with leave from Sharjah at15:30hours and arrive in Prague at19:20hours; the return flight will depart Prague at21:05and arrive in Sharjah the following morning at06:10hours.
By the time you read this, the first increment of AT21 should have reached initial operating capability, on its way to full capability in 2016.
Nevertheless, our efficiency proposals to the secretary of defense and our AT21 program will improve our organization even more by properly aligning command relationships while eliminating redundancies and optimizing our use of technology.
This translates well for the DPO environment and the capabilities envisioned for AT21. Consider Endsley's definition of SA as it relates to the capability of AT21 to provide distribution pipeline visibility and enable throughput management.
Their approach to SA-oriented design is founded on three overarching principles that are recommended as best practices for USTRANSCOM leaders to consider as they continue transformation of the AT21 initiative: (1) organize technology around the user's goals, tasks, and abilities; (2) implement technology according to the way users process information and make decisions; and (3) use technology to keep the user in control and aware of the state of the system.
Under AT21, the command will consolidate requests into a centralized requirements database, the general said.
The AT21 solution considers such constraints as weather, routing restrictions, diplomatic clearances, and transportation infrastructure.
Business process improvement will take center stage, commanding 55% of the AT21 budget.
Base Realignment and Reduction (BRAC) eliminated billets in TCJ3 early on accelerating the need for AT21 to fulfill efficiencies This in turn led to the establishment of the Fusion Center, a major business improvement, which went IOC in 2007.
* "AT21" The VCJCS issued Agile Transportation for the 21st Century.
One doesn't have to be at US-TRANSCOM long before hearing two acronyms that are driving priorities throughout the Command: AT21 (Agile Transportation for the 21st Century) and CSV (Corporate Services Vision).
Within AT21, a Global Route Plan is being developed to analyze end-to-end sustainment operations and identify and communicate actions or business rules required for each consolidation point, port, or lift provider to optimally move cargo.