Vol 122 Issue 1 2008-03-31 Article 19593 from section "Features"

Speeds Up Annual Personnel File Updates

It used to be the case that the soldiers in the U.S. Army, the Army
National Guard and Army Reserve, all of whom are responsible for
annually reviewing his or her Official Military Personnel File
(OMPF), did so by relying on the mail to perform the updating and
correcting of their personal information, an expensive and time
consuming operation. Now, the Army has moved to an interactive
Personnel Electronic Record Management System (iPERMS) that uses
clustered Sun SPARC Enterprise T1000 and T2000 servers running the
Solaris 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) as web tier servers.

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