The Indian Army and HCL has co-developed a software application, dubbed human resource management system (HRMS 2.0) designed to make various administrative functions integrated and web-enabled by being lodged in the servers of the unit level formations.
Unveiled at the army commanders’ conference that concluded on Saturday, HRMS 2.0 has been designed to seamlessly integrate with ARPAN 3.0 (Record Office Auto Package), DOLPHIN PAO auto application (pay and accounts for other ranks), the Adjutant General’s branch and the Military Secretary’s branch etc.
The Army Software Development Centre (ASDC), under the directorate general information systems (DGIS), is tasked for development and fielding of unit level auto application for unit level army-wide deployment. Between 2000 and 2008, phase one of the applications include HR suite, Kuber (accounts package), Office Management Package (OMP) and MLSS (Military Legal Special Systems). But none of them were web-enabled and were built for client server based architecture.
It performs a large number of functions like human resource related functions like manpower details, personal documentation, unit administration and training publications etc, besides various reports and returns.
It also automates documentation process of ledger maintenance, local purchase, closing of accounts, surprise checks, profit distribution and auditing.
The Indian Army has invited domestic and international tank design agencies to participate in a competition to develop the Future Ready Combat Vehicle (FRCV). A Request for Information (RFI) issued by Indian Army issued last week says that the design will be conducted in two stages with the winning entries eligible for a cash prize
The Indian Army has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to design and develop a new generation combat vehicle platform called the Future Ready Combat Vehicle (FRCV). The RFI issued last week is for the development of a base platform for the Main Battle Tank which is planned to replace the existing T-72 tanks in the Armored Corps
Bharat Forge and Punj Lloyd will be the only contenders for Indian Armys US $2.6 billion (16,800 crore INR) anti-aircraft gun replacement contract, Economic Times reported Wednesday
Using drawings supplied as part of technology transfer of the original Bofors gun, the Indian Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) plans it manufacture some 114 pieces of its homemade artillery called ‘Dhanush. The plan is to equip six army batteries with the homemade gun
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