Authority: 5 U.S.C. 301, 10 U.S.C. Section 3013 and 4301, Secretary of the Army; Army Regulation 25-1, Army Information Management; Army Regulation 380-19, Information Systems Security; E.O. 9397 (SSN).
Principal Purpose: The Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) supports institutional training missions. The system integrates training requirements for individuals by using resources and class schedules developed by the training establishment. Reservations are made by name for training in Army formal schools and other service schools. The system maintains other service schools' input and course completion statistics.
The Mobilization Training Planning System (MTPS) provides resource information to training personnel managers in a mobilization environment.
The Student Trainee Management System Enlisted (STRAMS-E) monitors the flow of trainees through the accession, training, and distribution process.
The Quota Management System provides the U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, Reserve Component counterparts, and other agencies that have an input to training missions, the vehicle to manage individuals and training course seats/quotas through the training base of officers and skill level 2 and above.
The ATRRS system provides the Army's Schools and Training Centers with the data necessary to manage resources associated with the instructors, equipment, and facilities.
Routine Uses: None. The "Blanket Routine Uses" set forth at the beginning of the Army's Compilation of Systems of Record Notices also applies to this system.
Disclosure: Voluntary. However, failure to provide the requested information will result in denial of access, application submission, course reservation and record of training.
Why do we need your Social Security Number?
We request your Social Security Number (SSN), Date of Birth (DoB) and other verifiable data as determined by the program manager during the registration process only to authenticate who you are. Your SSN will be stored with your account when it is created and is shared with agencies and organizations involved in the documentation of the training event.
Is it safe?
Security during transmission is ensured using a 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection. This is the highest industry standard and establishes an encrypted session between your computer and ATRRS site services. We use the same technology that other major companies operating on the World Wide Web (WWW) use to protect personal information and guard against identity theft. Look for the little yellow padlock at the bottom of your browser window to ensure that you have established a secure connection. There are no alternate means of registration as this is the most secure method of protecting your information.