Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) is a multi-application information system program that provides standard information resource management to afloat and shore-based fleet activities. NTCSS was established by the merger of three key programs: The Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated Data Processing Program (SNAP), the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS), and Maintenance Resource Management System (MRMS).
NTCSS provides a full range of standardized mission support ADP hardware and software to support management of logistics information, personnel, material management, equipment maintenance, and finances required to maintain and operate ships, submarines, and aircraft in support of the Navy and Marine Corps.
Major components include R-ADM, RSupply, OMMS-NG, and NALCOMIS.
The Relational Administrative Data Management application (Relational ADM) automates personnel management for the U.S. naval fleet. In addition to providing numerous tools, utility programs, and functions, Relational ADM generates formatted reports for each function. Reports are displayed on the screen allowing users to preview them and print them.
One of the more significant features offered in Relational ADM is the capability to quickly single out a member's record from any function and to act on or review the information for that member in all functions to which the user has been granted access. Another equally important feature is the capability to record the same information for multiple members simultaneously. The term multiple means from two to the whole command.
Relational ADM uses Tools, Utility Programs, and Functions in managing the major aspects of personnel data.
Relational Supply (RSupply) provides Navy and Marine Corps personnel to the tools and functions necessary to perform their day to day business: ordering, receiving, and issuing of services and materials, maintaining financial records; and reconciling supply, inventory, and financial records with the shore infrastructure. The major functions of RSupply are divided into five subsystems:
- Site - contains information on your own site, serial numbers, users access, validation tables, fund codes, default values, and maintenance data.
- Inventory - provides for automated procedures required to ensure that physical stock and stock records agree; allowance lists are accurate; usage data is evaluated correctly, and material requirements are anticipated. In addition, it provides programs to balance material requests against available funds; purge storerooms of stock no longer applicable to supported units, to installed equipment, or in an unserviceable condition
- Logistics - provides for automated procedures to create MILSTRIP requisitions, receive and store material, issue material to supported and non-supported customers, process incoming and outgoing supply status, process carcass tracking inquiries and replies, and update all logistics data files.
- Financial - Provides for automated procedures for assimilating and reporting financial credits and expenditures. Provides an automated reconciliation tool for processing of Summary Filled Order Expenditure Difference Listings (SFOEDL) manually or through a SMARTS file input as well as Aged Unfilled Order Listings (AUOL).
- Query - Provides a real time automated means of querying data required in decision making, providing status, and determining the posture of the onboard spares.
- Interface - Provides the interfaces required to communicate RSupply information to OMMS-NG and NALCOMIS as well as receiving data updates.
One of the more significant features offered in Relational Supply (RSupply) is a real time interface to the Defense Automated Addressing System (DAAS) for status processing (both incoming and outgoing) and requisition submission. Also of significance is the real time cumulative transaction ledger, which provides the user with intricate details of transactions, processed providing the tool for causative research.
Organizational Maintenance Management Sytstem-Next Generation (OMMS-NG) is intended to provide Navy maintenance personnel with quick, convenient access to the maintenance information they need to ensure warship readiness. Such information includes information concerning configuration items, work candidates and ordering parts for equipment.
OMMS-NG tracking assists shipboard personnel in the planning, scheduling, and reporting of maintenance and related logistics support actions. This application interfaces with other applications in the NTCSS suite including Relational Supply (RSupply).
It also interfaces with shore activities that need ship and sub configuration, maintenance and logistics information.
OMMS-NG will increase a ship's availability for fleet operations, standardize surface ship maintenance practices, level loading of repair activities and reduce cyclic costs of repairs, ensuring combat readiness!
Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) is an automated information system that provides aviation maintenance and material management with timely, accurate and complete information on which to base daily decisions. It is a single, integrated, real-time automated system that supports workers, supervisors and managers. NALCOMIS features an automated source data entry device for simplifying and improving data collection, while also furnishing a means to satisfy the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) requirements.
The NALCOMIS application has three configurations:
- OMA-Organizational Maintenance Activity
- IMA-Intermediate Maintenance Activity
- OIMA-Organizational at the Intermediate Maintenance Activity
Phone: (757) 443-0459
Fax: (757) 443-0907
Phone: (757) 443-0417
Phone: (757) 443-0443
Phone: (757) 443-0534
NTCSS Program lead
Phone: (757) 443-0375