Every year on June 14, the United States Army celebrates its inception in 1775. Today, the Army consists of over one million active duty service members and an additional 800,000 National Guard and Reserve members that have been integral to many of the United States' military, peace-keeping and humanitarian efforts.
Decision Lens is proud to have the privilege of working with our Army clients. This week we will be highlighting some of the projects we’ve had the honor of being a part of. As a FedRAMP compliant organization, we work diligently to support all our government clients and their mission.
The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) leverages Decision Lens at HQ, across 8 COE’s (Centers of Excellence), and other component commands to prioritize strategic initiatives and allocate financial and manpower resources intelligently against those priorities.
The Army Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM) is using Decision Lens to prioritize capabilities that support Army Installation operations from law enforcement to family support to environmental quality services. With Decision Lens, ACSIM runs what-if scenarios by removing or adding capabilities and visualizing the impact on the mission, family support, and leadership priorities.
The U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) commands both active-duty and Army Reserve special operations forces. They use Decision Lens for budgeting, planning, and operations activities. USASOC is able to evaluate numerous competing resource alternatives among participants and easily tie resource decisions to actual dollars in multiple major force programs and budget lines.
The Decision Lens platform was built from the ground up to support government clients. It was designed to support the special government environment and to specifically address government issues.
“At the end of the day, we got a credible result that was more analytically sound in less than half the time.” Joint Chiefs of Staff