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Adding to this difficulty is the fact that a portion of the force still uses SAMS and PBUSE because the Army is still in the process of developing and fielding GCSS--Army.
Changes in PBUSE, of course, require commanders to re-inventory property to accurately reflect shortages.
* Check that serial numbers on all serial-numbered items in SAMS-E match the serial numbers in PBUSE. Note that GCSS-Army will use only the last 18 characters of serial numbers from PBUSE and SAMS-E.
* Conducting a STAMIS communication gunnery by setting up the satellite dishes and computers and ensuring all systems (including VSAT, CAISI, SAMS, SARSS, and PBUSE) can communicate with one another.
Within each Wave 2 fielding event, two blackout periods occur: one for PBUSE and one for SAMS-E.
While the task of bringing all this property to record in PBUSE or DPASE seems to be straightforward, there are two choke points:
Table 1: STAMIS functional area and MOS mapping System Functional Area MOS AIT Unit Inventory Management 92Y BCS3 Logistics Tracking/Reporting 92A, Any CAISI Wireless LAN extension 25B MC4 Medical Records Management/Class VIII 68G, 25B MROCS Warehouse Inventory Management 25B, 92A MTS Logistics/Movement Tracking 92A, Any PBUSE Supply Ordering/Class II 92Y SAAS-MOD Ammunition Supply/Tracking/Class V 89A SAMS-E Maintenance Management/Class IX 92A SARSS1 Materiel Requisition Hub 92A TC-AIMS II Transportation 88N VSAT Point of Presence 25B
Another training initiative that has recently been fielded is the new Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) training aids.
In the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), unit-level users can create entire component listings without appropriately validating BOM structures.
The Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) is the Army's web-based Combat Service Support property accountability system.
Once a component list is complete, it needs to be updated into PBUSE. This has the added benefit of a couple things.
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