Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR)

The Business Process Re-Engineering Center of Excellence (BPR CoE) is the primary service provider and source of expertise for Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) services across the Army. BPR services transform processes to achieve cost savings, deliver readiness at best value, and ensure a smooth transition of change into the organization.

What is BPR?
BPR is a logical methodology for assessing process weaknesses, identifying capability gaps, and implementing innovation and optimization opportunities to achieve breakthrough improvements in operational performance. BPR efforts take a holistic view of the current and future states and considers the people, process, policy, information, and technology impacts to fix problems and achieve goals.

BPR Community of Interest (CoE) is on milSuite: Business Process Re-Engineering Center of Excellence (CAC Required)

BPR Foundations Course

This introductory online, self-paced course (~8 hours) teaches the U.S. Army's established methodology for BPR. The approach uses a holistic view to rethink and redesign business processes to achieve new and elevated mission outcomes.  Attendees will participate in interactive learning and gain experience using tools and techniques needed to become BPR practitioners. The BPR Foundations Course is a pre-requisite for the BPR Intermediate Course.

BPR Foundations Enrollment Instructions (PDF - CAC Required)
The BPR Online Foundations Course is open for self-enrollment on (CAC Required)

Course ID: 907_ALU_BPRF_2020_000_00_A
Access Code: BPRFoundation

Introduction to BPR Video and Slides

BPR Information Session Presentation

BPR Intermediate Course

Five-Day Virtual Instructor Led
This challenging course builds upon students' foundational knowledge to transform them into professionals capable of leading BPR efforts. Whereas the Foundations Course provides an overview and awareness of BPR, this course comprises hands-on, skill building. Attendees will successfully complete a notional BPR effort, utilizing the U.S. Army Standard BPR Approach. 
The BPR Intermediate course will be offered as a Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) until further notice. Students will receive live instruction in a virtual classroom setting on Microsoft Teams. When students submit their registration, they will automatically be place on a prioritization waitlist due to high demand. The BPR Intermediate Course is a pre-requisite for the BPR Advanced Certification. 
Prioritization is as follows:
  • System Owners
  • Government Personnel
  • Contractors
  • Other DoD Services
BPR Intermediate Course Registration Form (PDF - CAC Required)

Course Dates: 22-26 January 2024 (last day to register is 8 January)
4-8 March 2024 (last day to register is 19 February)
15-19 April 2024 (last day to register is 1 April)

BPR Advanced Certification

BPR “Course” provides students with an opportunity to work on a capstone BPR effort with the mentorship from a BPR Center of Excellence (CoE) member. Students will receive one-on-one training with a mentor and will work through the BPR effort with check-ins to ensure that they are meeting all the significant actions of the U.S Army Standard BPR Approach. The course length is dependent upon the timeline and scope of the effort. Completion of the BPR effort will result in a BPR Professional Certification. Contractors are able to participate in the BPR Advanced Certification with a memo from the contracting officer's representative (COR) stating that the BPR is in accordance with (IAW) the performance work station (PWS).

To apply for the BPR Advanced Certification please reach out to the BPR mailbox:

BPR Efforts and Outcomes

BPR Efforts and Outcomes Form 2023.pdf


Empower the Army enterprise to deliver innovative BPR and achieve world-class Readiness


To enable BPR throughout the enterprise through training, guidance, and execution

For more content related to the BPR CoE's mission, visit the links below!

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