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"U.S. Air Force ILS-S Re-Platform Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) Modernization Case Study "
The United States Air Force Integrated Logistics Systems-Supply (ILS-S) is the definition of a mission critical system. It is used by over 18,000 users at 260 U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard fixed operating bases and forward operating locations, to provide daily supply and equipment support for wartime flying missions. The Air Force needed a low-risk solution to modernize the 50-year old Standard Base Supply System (SBSS, a key portion of the ILS-S system) to drive down operating costs, while retaining all of its functionality.

The ILS-S Software Modification Re-platform (ILS-S SM-RP) was the culmination of 16 years of continuous innovation, collaboration and singular commitment to the success of the program by both the Air Force and the supporting contracting team. This was an
exceptional team effort on the part of the Air Force's program office, NTT DATA Services' technical lead, the database conversion team, TSRI's code conversion team, and the ARRAY/NTT DATA Services integration and testing teams. For this effort, the ILS-S Re-platform program executed the right acquisition strategy, selected a team with a proven history of software delivery excellence that offered a development team with the domain knowledge, Agile-infused software development processes, and automated code-conversion tools to provide the Air Force with the highest confidence of successful program delivery and performance.

This case study does not attempt to provide a comprehensive history of the success of this entire program; rather, it focuses on the role of the automated code conversion tool selected to support the modernization effort. Follow on, companion case studies will address the other factors that contributed to the program's success.

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