Data Access by Owning DoDAAC



  • Title
    Data Access by Owning DoDAAC
  • SCR Number
    01713
  • DPAS Module
    Warehouse
  • Reporting Organization
    Army: ASA/ALT
  • State
    New
  • History
    Submitted: 12 Jul 2021
  • Description
    Description:
     
    PEO Missile & Space (M&S) has multiple warehouse and facility locations that support multiple programs.  Most programs have a some like items (Stock Nbrs). Given that there can be like items across programs, the current DPAS Commodity Security does not provide the access control that is required.  We need an option to restrict the actions of users to specific programs that are stored in the same warehouse.  Currently the Owning DoDAAC is used to identify the materiel owner / program within the warehouse.  
     
    Recommended:
     
    Given that that the Owning DoDAAC is currently used to identify the program/owner of the materiel, it logical that if DPAS were to control data access by Owning DoDAAC, this will provide the capability needed.
     
    Mission Critical:
     
    Given the sensitivity / pilfer-able nature of some of the items that PEO M&S has, this change is considered critical.
     
    Benefits:
     
    Implementing this type of data access will improve control of the materiel in the warehouse which will result in better data accuracy, which in turn will reduce the number of reconciliations resulting from warehouse workers personnel performing actions they are not otherwise authorized to perform.
     
    Users:
     
    This change is limited to warehouse operations.  Program restrictions will apply to a subset of warehouse personnel assigned to the warehouse.  Some warehouse personnel will have the authorization to work multiple programs.  

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