Process Improvement and Reegineering Division

The Process Improvement and Reenineering Division develops and implements strategies for shifting resources to high-value activities. It develops and implements reforms to eliminate unnecessary or obsolete compliance requirements and reduces the cost of mission-support operations.

PIR MilSuite
Lean Six Sigma (LSS)

Lean Six Sigma is a team-focused managerial approach that seeks to improve performance by eliminating waste and defects. It combines Six Sigma methods and tools and the lean manufacturing/lean enterprise philosophy, striving to eliminate waste of physical resources, time, effort and talent while assuring quality in production and organizational processes.
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Continuous Process Improvement (CPI)

The CPI program trains and enables practitioners across the Army to improve the performance of Army business operations. The programmatic approach is a synthesis of scientific management systems thinking, systems dynamics, and Army performance improvement methodologies.

Business Process Reengineering (BPR)

BPR is a logical approach for assessing process weaknesses, identifying capability gaps, and implementing innovation and optimization opportunities to achieve breakthrough improvements in operational performance. The approach goes beyond traditional process improvement by focusing on the holistic environment including the people, process, policy, technology, and information affecting the current and future states. BPR focuses on end-to-end business processes rather than functional silos, producing new process outcomes and maximizing the use of commercial best practices in enabling technology.

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Command Programs

National Guard
U.S. Army Reserve


Army Program POCs (CAC Required)
Questions and Help (CAC Required)