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Within G6, Supply Corps officers are managing information technology programs such as the Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) and the Worldwide Port System (WPS) convergence to provide a consolidated aerial and surface port management system; Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES), a ship load planning software that assists embarkation specialists in the rapid development of cargo stow-plans; and Integrated Booking System (IBS) which is the lead execution system of the Defense Transportation System for booking international surface cargo during peacetime and wartime operations.
The Distribution Steering Group approved the expansion of the Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) as the platform for a DoD Single Load Planning Capability (SLPC) October 2007 and directed implementation to begin Sept.
The IT capabilities include the worldwide port system, through which the SDDC tracks all common-user surface shipments; the global transportation network, which is the DoD system of record for in-transit visibility; and the integrated computerized deployment system, which, based on information provided by WPS, provides automated stow plans for vessels.
When planning and loading a vessel, the unit's Integrated Computerized Deployment System section is busy at work preparing the preliminary and final stow plans.
The Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) computer program is a space planning and cargo management tool that stow planners use to safely and efficiently prepare load plans on a variety of vessels.
Lawrence works with the Integrated Computerized Deployment System and Williams is chief of operations, Personal Property.
The unit's mission is to work with the Integrated Computerized Deployment System section known as ICODES--the automated system that assist stow planning of vessels.
Automated systems, including Integrated Computerized Deployment System, Worldwide Port System, Intelligent Road/Rail Information Server, and Radio Frequency Identification, were leveraged and integrated in new and innovative ways, he said.