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Accenture helped the U.S. Air Force achieve high performance with the design and implementation of the service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based Defense Accounting and Management System (DEAMS).
With nine major commands, 35 field operating agencies, four direct reporting units and their subordinate units, the United States Air Force harnesses its field and administrative operations to deliver sovereign options for the defense of the United States of America and its global interests in the air, space and cyberspace.
Accenture and the Air Force are teaming to initiate a wide-ranging, multiyear program to move from decades-old mainframe systems to enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that modernize and streamline Air Force accounting and management, while supporting a complex array of Air Force and federal government regulations.
Using Oracle 11i Federal Financials, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Accenture’s deep finance and technology know-how, Accenture and the Air Force delivered Spiral 1, the first phase of the implementation, at Scotts Air Force Base in Illinois. The DEAMS program uses open Web services standards (SOAP, WSDL, XML and more) as well as Business Process Execution Language and Business Activity Monitoring, all in support of the Air Force’s goal of becoming a high-performance government organization. Eventually, more than 70 Air Force bases and corresponding tenant locations will be supported by DEAMS and its reusable, SOA-based web services that link with the Air Force’s mainframes.
Accenture has helped the Air Force create a flexible SOA–enabled technology environment that supports high performance and delivers the following benefits:
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