SPBS-RStandard Property Book System-Redesign
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ULLS-G/A, ULLS-S4 (for unit supply), and SPBS-R do not interface with other user-level systems until the data reach LOGSA, and none of the software is effective at validating the data when they are entered because the systems are too different.
SPBS-R and ULLS-S4 users are in the process of migrating more than a decade of data into an Internet-accessible, centralized database called Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE).
All property book officers there received PBUSE to replace their SPBS-R systems.
For those units who don't use SPBS-R or ULLS S-4, LOGSA offers several options:
Although PBUSE did not completely solve our visibility problems, it has some distinct advantages over SPBS-R. A significant advantage of PBUSE is that equipment transfers can be made before units arrive in country.
To make file transfer more efficient, all PBUSE systems should have static Internet protocol (IP) addresses (permanent numeric identifications that are assigned by the network administrator to a node in an IP network) and operators in the SSA must be fully trained on the processes involved in migrating SPBS-R data to PBUSE.
The PBO then uploads the SPBS-R Property Book Master File, and, as part of the preconversion process, the PBUSE Data Validator systematically identifies discrepancies in UIT, the Army Maintenance Management System Equipment Database, the Readiness Integrated Database, and asset balances.