Strength in Modernization

by Master Sgt. Jacqueline Marshall

The Wyoming Army National Guard (ARNG) conducts a ceremony in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Feb. 24, 2020, to recognize a team of Soldiers and civilians that worked together to make it possible to “go live” in the Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) human resources system.

The IPPS-A team traveled from Arlington, Va., to spend approximately three weeks with ARNG personnel in preparing for the Army’s next-generation human resources and pay system that transforms the way the Army does business and brings the Total Force into the digital age. IPPS-A integrates personnel and pay while providing three main capabilities: Total Force Visibility, Talent Management, and Auditability.

Maj. Gen. Greg Porter, adjutant general, Wyoming National Guard, thanked those involved, for successfully leading the way in modernization and changing how we interact with our Soldiers.

To learn more about IPPS-A, the Army’s future online HR, Pay and Talent Management solution to provide integrated capabilities across all Army Components, visit:

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