In support of CAC-T, TSAID serves as the overall program integrator and in cooperation with the DA G 3/5/7 training provides staff management for the Training Support System (TSS) Enterprise. TSAID also serves as the Army Soldier Training Support Program lead agent. It integrates Training and Education (T&E) into the future capability process and documents to support Army readiness and prepare leaders. .


How TSAID helps the Army

  • Manages TSS Mission Essential Requirements (MER) and TSS Master Plan.
  • Executes HQDA TSS-R Program with TRADOC COEs.
  • Co-Lead with HQDA in TSSE integration, planning and execution.
  • Serves as Program Lead for Soldier Training Support Program.
  • Conduct TSS studies and analyses to support TSSE and CG TRADOC priorities and maximize efficient and effective training solutions for the Army.
  • Integrates requirements & administer TSSE Mission Support Service Contract.
  • Serves as the CAC-T lead for “T” Domain actions for TRADOC’s Capabilities Needs Analysis, AGILE Process, Capability Set Fielding, Science and Technology, TRADOC TL&E capabilities development and analysis process, and Training Warfighter Outcomes, in support of the Army Capabilities Integration Center.
  • Leads CAC’s TL&E Domain Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System review process as Gatekeeper.
  • Oversees management of Army Training Support Centers (TSC).
  • Validates TSC MILCON requirements in support of HQDA DAMO-TRS.
  • Manages Total Asset Visibility for the Army’s fielded Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) inventory and executes redistribution of TADSS to the point of need.

Top Priorities

  1. Manage TSS Enterprise (TSSE) program integration, planning and execution.>
  2. Maintain the strategy-based Training Support System (TSS) Mission Essential Requirements and TSS Master Plan.
  3. Gatekeeper for Combined Arms Center's TL&E Domain Joint Capabilities Integration Development System review process.
  4. Manage total asset visibility for the Army's fielded Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) inventory and execute redistribution of TADSS to the point of need.
  5. Establish and maintain guidelines for Trainability as a key performance parameter.

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Last Reviewed: January 3, 2014

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