Enterprise & Systems
Integration Center works within the ARDEC enterprise, providing armaments technology
customers with products and services that are under budget, delivered ahead of schedule,
and that perform beyond expectations. ESIC serves as the ARDEC Executive Agent to
ensure cost, schedule, performance adherence, and sustainability of the ARDEC projects
through the use of consistent processes, utilizing an empowered Integrated Product
Team approach, employing best practices which will maximize workforce agility, minimize
cost, exceed quality standards and accelerate technology transition to the field.
Enterprise & Systems Integration Center subordinate units:
KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT OFFICE (RDAR-EIK)
Leads results-driven design and implementation strategies that effectively maximize
Army-wide knowledge management systems and hardware-software architectures to enable
highly complex business and mission operations among ARDEC, the armament industry,
RDECOM, ASAALT and their PEO/PM Offices and higher headquarters.
BUSINESS INTERFACE OFFICE (RDAR-EIB)
Serves as an entry point for ARDEC's Customers and Academic/ Industry Partners to
provide a consistent interface on current and future business relationships. Responds
to Customer's actions, inquiries or needs in a coordinated, timely and effective
WARFIGHTER CENTRAL OFFICE (RDAR-EIW)
Serves as the ARDEC's primary linkage with Warfighting organizations and provides
Warfighting expertise to ensure our products effectively meet requirements.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT & INTEGRATION DIRECTORATE (RDAR-EIP)
Institutionalizes the project management competency throughout the ARDEC enterprise.
Ensures the effective & efficient management of cost, schedule, performance
and risk on all direct and customer funded projects across the acquisition life
cycle in accordance with DOD 5000 and USSOCOM Directive 70-1.
JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM (JSSAP) OFFICE (RDAR-EIJ)
Provides for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other Governmental Departments
and Agencies, the intensive program management, requirements harmonization, strategic
planning and international coordination as required by the Joint Service Small Arms
Synchronization Team (JSSAST) Charter, as chaired by the Director of the Enterprise
and Systems Integration Center.
UNITED STATES ARMY FUZE MANAGEMENT OFFICE (RDAR-EIF)
The Army Fuze Management Office (AFMO) is chartered by the Army Acquisition Executive
and the Commanding General, Army Materiel Command, to execute the critical mission
and functions of the former Product Manager for Fuzes. AFMO is responsible for centralized,
across-the-board oversight and selected management of the Army Fuze and Safe &
Arming (S&A) Programs.
LOGISTICS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING DIRECTORATE (RDAR-EIL)
Develops and delivers logistics technology, products, and services to the Warfighter
for all Army armaments (gun, ammunition, fire control) and Army Marine Corps maintenance
sets, kits, outfits, and tools. Army lead to conduct ammunition malfunction investigations.
Manages and executes RDTE 6.3 and 6.6 ammunition logistics programs.
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DIRECTORATE (RDAR-EIS)
Implements lifecycle Systems Engineering leadership and services to ARDEC and Customer
projects. Ensures the delivery of specific SE disciplines. SED provides SE services
and support in the development and fielding of armaments, weapons, fire control
and critical asset protection and enterprise/SoS systems. Institutionalizes the
SE competency throughout the ARDEC Enterprise.
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY (RDAR-EIT)
ODoT supports the Director of
Technology in the execution of the ARDEC S&T mission. The Director of
Technology is responsible for the ARDEC S&T Portfolio. ODoT supports the
Director of Technology in Developing and overseeing the Army Armament S&T
Investment Strategy by building the ARDEC S&T Investment Portfolio. Aids in
the development of solutions to current and projected Army armament needs.
Performs initial coordination of the ARDEC Subject Matter Experts and higher
headquarters for concept development and subsequent transition management of
these projects to the Command Centers and/or PMs. Partners with the
Technology community to determine status and provide future assessments and
analysis of armament technology and systems concepts.