RCAS program gets new boss

RCAS program gets new boss

The Army's Reserve Component Automation System program has a new chief.

Col. Roy J. Jensen recently took over as program management officer for RCAS. He replaces Col. Dennis L. Patrick, who retired June 30 after 26 years in the Army. Jensen previously held a management post in the California National Guard.

The Army National Guard is more than halfway through the RCAS deployment. The system will link 10,500 Guard and Reserve units at 4,000 sites.

RCAS contractor Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego has fielded 51,420 PCs; it plans to install 4,784 more, said Judy Peterson, a management analyst at the National Guard's Program Executive Office for Information Systems.'Fifty-six of the 94 commands slated to receive RCAS equipment have it, she said.

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