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Deployment Process Modernization Office (DPMO)

Serve as the proponent for the Army deployment process. Identify and develop corresponding policies, concepts, doctrine, training, and enablers and conduct experiments, analyses, and studies to enhance the deployment and redeployment of Army forces.

Organizational Chart Deployment Standards Deployment Information Deployment Analysis Operations & Training

About DPMO

DPMO is a Special Staff organization working for the U.S. Army Chief of Transportation, Ft. Lee, Virginia. A few of the key areas that we are responsible for and which enhance Strategic Responsiveness and Deployability are: development of Deployment Concepts and Doctrinal publications, TC-AIMS II and CMOS testing and fielding activities, the Chief of Staff, Army Deployment Excellence Award Program, Modeling and Analysis of deployment studies, Deployers Toolbox and Deployment Concept and Capabilities Development.

Organizational Chart

The Organizational Chart for DPMO

Operations & Training

Serve as the operational and administrative proponent for DPMO by supporting the agency with strategic planning and long range forecasting

Deployment Information Systems

Serve as the functional proponent for the Army Deployment System of record by supporting developing, testing, and fielding of deployment and distribution transportation information systems

Deployment Standards

Serve as the functional proponent for Army Deployment Policy, Doctrine and the Commander’s Deployment Discipline Program

Deployment Analysis

Conduct deployment process analysis to meet the demands of current and future forces while identifying key issues and inefficiencies and making viable DOTMLPF-P recommendations

Deployment Standards

Mission

  • Analyze concepts that may improve deployment doctrine
  • Maintain relevancy of Army deployment and terminal doctine manuals
  • Review Joint and Army doctine for deployment and distribution implications and make recommendations for change
5 Ton unloading from LSU
Transportation Soldiers loading railroad cars.

Major Mission Areas

  • Preparing Agent for Army Regulation 525-93, Army eployment Operations and [New] Department of the Army Pamphlet 525-93, Army Deployment Processes and Procedures.
  • Proponent for ATP 3-35 Army Deployment and Redeployment
  • Proponent for ATP 4-13 Army Expeditionary Intermodal Operations
  • Proponent for ATP 3-35.1 Army Pre-Positioned Operations
  • Proponent for ATP 4-16 Movement Control
  • Command Deployment Discipline Program (CDDP)

Deployment Information Systems

Watercraft operation.

Mission

  • Serve as the Army's single point of contact for TC-AIMS II and CMOS functional requirements
  • Identify new TC-AIMS II and CMOS requirements for the Army
  • Coordinate Software Testing of TC-AIMS II requirements for the Army

Major Mission Areas

  • Radio Frequency - Automatic Identification Technology
  • TC-AIMS II
  • Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for JOPES, JFRG II and TC-AIMS II
  • TC-AIMS II in 20 Steps
  • CMOS "Cookbook"
Deploying troops off a LSU

Deployment Analysis

Mission

  • Conduct deployment process analysis in order to meet the demands of current and future force.
  • Identify key issues and inefficiencies and make viable DOTMLPF-P recommendations.
  • Inform and help shape Army deployment processes, doctrine, and systems.
Railroad operations.

Major Mission Areas

  • Deployment Analysis Plan
  • FORSCOM EDRE Support Management
  • Defender Series Support to CALL
  • Deployment Trend Analysis
  • DEA Program Management

Maritime Training Division

Operations & Training

Unloading operations.

Mission

  • Provide operations and training support to the organization
  • Support deployment studies and training programs
  • Serve as the Army's Program Manager for the Deployment Excellence Award (DEA) Program
  • Publish the DTO/MO quarterly newsletter
Convoy operations.