integrated the requisite data fields, financial data, and requisitions, but not without some challenges to IP configuration between the very small aperture terminal satellite system and the established Unclassified but Sensitive Internet Protocol Routing Network.
Having to set up two different accounts for each two-way data transfer is very confusing to most SAAS-MOD operators.
The Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS) is the interface that allows SAAS-MOD to electronically request ammunition, reconcile and close out electronic documents, and provide accurate expenditure reports for Army ammunition managers.
The Ordnance Munitions and Electronic Maintenance School at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, reviewed the guide and stated that it was the best guide on SAAS-MOD software change package 9 that they had seen.
Although it has its challenges, SAAS-MOD has automated and transformed ammunition management across the Army.
The munitions branch of the DMC must provide subordinate sustainment brigades, modular ammunition companies, and ATHPs throughout the theater with all information required to establish the SAAS-MOD environment.
In future logistics unit TOEs, a SAAS-MOD support structure will be added to the basic CSSAMO capability of logistics automation support.
This single representative will be the onsite troubleshooter for SAAS-MOD database and connectivity issues.
The CSSAMO munitions sergeant needs to establish and maintain liaison with SAAS-MOD operating elements within his parent, supported, and supporting organizations.
reporting, net explosive weights, the DODIC, and a LOT locator file are sent to the sustainment brigade, Marine OIC, and CMMC daily to provide stock and transaction visibility.
Both the CSSB and the BSB are enabled with visibility through Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) such as PBUSE, SARSS-1, SAAS-MOD
and SAMS, the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation Enhanced (ULLS-AE), and the Movement Tracking System (MTS).