If the Department of Defense could start over, it wouldn't choose the enterprise resource planning (ERP) landscape they have today. When first established, ERP allowed DoD to solve problems their various branches, departments, and functions were experiencing, but now the monolithic suite of applications isn’t flexible enough to meet the changing needs of today’s mission. As financial, logistics, HR, and IT leaders consider how to most efficiently and effectively support the warfighter at home and in the field, how can the DoD collectively shift its digital services from a decentralized system with competing priorities to a unified mission focus? This webcast discussed how to modernize the DoD’s ERP systems to deliver capabilities faster, enhance decision-making, and adapt to changing mission needs.
Program Executive Officer
Defense Logistics Agency
Vice President, Strategy & Business Development
Former Acting Comptroller of the U.S. Army
EARN CPE CREDITS
After completing this course, you will be able to: Name two challenges defense agencies face with ERP, name two positive impacts modern ERP systems can have on defense agencies, and name one way finance and HR leaders can improve digital services.
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Field of Study: Information Technology
Who Should Attend: Government employees, contractors and anyone else who is interested in learning about modernizing ERP systems at their organization.
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Live, presented online due to COVID-19
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