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Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS)

Primary Purpose Reporting pay and personnel administrative data

into the Marine Corps Total Forces System (MCTFS)

mainframe. UD/MIPS maintains a current

Commanders Unit Diary Database of all Marines

assigned to their respective unit.

Sub-Functions None.

Equipment Requirements Micro-computer using at least Windows 95, 32MB

RAM, 1.6G Hard Drive, 8x CD ROM.

Connectivity Requirements

Crypto Requirements None.

Normal Locations All MEF units.

Information Managed Pay and personnel data on all Marines assigned to

a specific unit. Specific queries provide

reports utilized in a consolidated administrative

environment. Routine reports are created with

the use of the "Impromptu" query tool, which is

embedded in the UD/MIPS software. Specific

documents to assist in managing the

administrative and training environments, and

other miscellaneous reports.

Products Created Administrative or personnel data rosters created

from queries providing information to command

personnel.

Lead Service/Contractor Marine Corps Systems Command.

Current Fielding Status Fielded.

Known Problems The stand-alone version requires a bulky

database. When conducting the transaction

reconciliation, all data elements on each record

are transferred. This will be corrected

effective April 2001 with the touched record

reconciliation procedures. Server-based UD/MIPS

requires additional processing power and storage

capacity, this requirement must be met with the

inception of consolidated administration.

DIICOE Compliance Rating Not rated.

Point of Contact Captain Parker, Michael, MARCORSYSCOM,Quantico,

VA, DSN 278-9051

Updated by Capt J. A. Keisler, USMC, CCSC-01
 

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