CSSCS

AcronymDefinition
CSSCSCombat Service Support Control System (Army)
CSSCSCombat Supply Support Control System
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In 2015, CSSCS engineered itself to provide financial professionals with the expertise needed to help the boomer generation plot the course to a better retirement.
London, United Kingdom, October 10, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) was established in London 18 months ago, with the involvement of 23 industry groups and the added support of the City of London Police, British Transport Police, London Resilience and Transport for London.
CSSC was already in operation in the run-up to the Games, and continued to keep business informed of security and safety issues during the Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics and Paralympics Games 2012.
To mark this transition, CSSC members and supporters from industry and government, including Security minister James Brokenshire MP, attended a launch event at New Scotland Yard on Monday, 1 October with Olympic Gold Medallist Katherine Grainger MBE as guest speaker.
Don Randall MBE, Vice Chairman of CSSC, and Head of Security at The Bank of England, is central to the CSSC project as the co-ordinator of the initial contact between the authorities and the business sector representatives.
Applying lessons learned from CSSCS and the LCOP process that was used in OIF, BCS3 provides commanders a current view of the battlefield coupled with a logistics picture of unit and supply-point status and in-transit visibility.
The revised composition of the team included two field engineers, two PM TOC personnel, two FBCB2 engineers, PM TRCS, CECOM, PM Platforms, AFATDS, ASAS and CSSCS engineers; these personnel were split between the brigade TOC and the BSB.
CSSCS integration ended once 3d ID upgraded to a version that allowed a Netscape browser to pull information off of the combat service sSupport control system.
CSSCS ran in stand-alone mode, however users could access it through Netscape with the addition of a thin-client.
According to a recent participant in a Prairie Warrior command post exercise, "Students [using CSSCS] could see 1 1/2-hour-old unit location data down to the battalion and company levels and the known enemy location data." At first glance, the visibility of CSSCS appears adequate; however, relying on 1 1/2-hour-old data on the battlefield could be dangerous.
I am not proposing that the development of CSSCS be stopped.