Segue Technologies Inc. (Segue) has successfully released a major redesign and development of a key Air Force enterprise Manpower system. The Manpower Programming and Execution System (MPES) Unit Manpower Document (UMD) is used by over 2,100 Air Force users around the world to manage more than 850,000 Active, Guard, Reserve and Civilian positions. The newly developed UMD version 4 represents a complete replacement of the legacy system; custom developed based on Air Force requirements, business process analysis, and legacy system capabilities.
The A1M organization is the manpower office for the US Air Force, providing position management and creating the Air Force manpower budget voted on by Congress. A1M tracks Air Force troop deployments, assesses current air and ground strength, builds requests for additional manpower resources, and performs manpower reductions. Segue conducted the UMD redevelopment as part of their greater IT Support contract to A1M, which includes development of additional aspects of MPES, support for Business Intelligence reporting, Database Administration, Help Desk support, Information Assurance, and Certification and Accreditation.
In response to the release of UMD version 4, the MPES Air Force Program Manager said, “Segue provided all aspects of MPES development to include requirements analysis, design, software development, testing, data quality, information assurance, training, network engineering, and user support. This marks the beginning of a totally new look and feel of a UMD application that is dynamic enough to meet future requirements. HQ USAF/A1M and I are very pleased with Segue Technologies’ response to the Air Force needs.”