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Ejército de Tierra

Army Organization

Systems with Management retained by the Army Chief of Staff (JEME):

 

Planning System (SIPLA).
The SIPLA is the fundamental and integrating element of the SIMADE, it is the instrument through which the Army Chief of Staff establishes the global and specific objectives to be achieved by the Army in the short, medium and long term, the priorities and the actions which must be carried out in order to achieve them. The SIPLA also includes activities related to programming, budgeting and control of the effectiveness of the actions carried out in relation to the established objectives..
Organization System (SIOE).
Instrument by which the Army Chief of Staff establishes the structure and organization of the Army and its Units, Centres, and Agencies (UCOs).
Preparation System (SIPRE).
Instrument through which the Army Chief of Staff instructs, trains and evaluates the units in order to be in a position to be fully or partially assigned to the operational structure of the Armed Forces or to attend permanent missions assigned to the Army. 
Comunication System (SICOM).
Instrument through which the Army Chief of Staff directs and coordinates the communication policy of the Army and channels the information that needs to be broadcast, both externally and to the Army as a whole, by means of publications or general broadcast procedures. 

 

Systems with Management delegated by the Army Chief of Staff (JEME):

 

Telecommunications and Information System (SICIS).
Instrument through which the Army Chief of Staff regulates the processing of information in the Information and Telecommunications systems and the use of the means by which it flows or is transported to exercise the Command of the Army.
Preparation Support System (SIAPRE).
Instrument by means of which the Army Chief of Staff, within the framework of his competencies, defines the Army doctrine; trains, updates and qualifies personnel; provides the means of support for the Instruction, Training and Operational Evaluation of personnel and Units, studies the evolution of combat and carries out its theoretical experimentation.
Personnel System (SIPE).
Instrument by which the Army Chief of Staff manages the human resources placed at his disposal and assists personnel and their families.
Logistics Support System (SALE).
Instrument by means of which the Army Chief of Staff, within his competencies, obtains, sustains and manages the material resources and transports the resources required by the Army for the fulfillment of its missions. It is centred on:
  • Supply Subsystem (SUABTO).
  • Transport Subsystem (SUTRANS).
  • Maintenance Subsystem (SUMANTO).
Garrison System (SACU).
Instrument by means of which the Chief of Staff of the Army, in National Territory, manages the Bases, Barracks and Establishments providing services for the life and functioning of personnel and units, including aspects relating to environmental protection and prevention of occupational risks in those aspects contemplated in the corresponding regulations; obtains, maintains and manages the infrastructure and develops aspects of its competence relating to areas and facilities of interest to the National Defence.
 It is subdivided in:
  • Quartering Services Subsystem (SUSAC).
  • Infrastructure Subsystem (SUINFRA).
Economic Administration System (SAE).
Instrument by which the Army Chief of Staff administers, controls and manages the resources made available to the Army.
Cultural Action System (SIACU)
Instrument through which the Army Chief of Staff, within the framework of his competencies, investigates, conserves, promotes and disseminates the historical, cultural, documentary and bibliographical heritage of the Army.