- CP-32 employees in GS-1702 Training Support positions conduct work that involves the planning, acquisition, management, analysis, reproduction, distribution, and sustainment of training enablers, including the training information infrastructures, products, services, facilities and land, and the training aids, devices, simulations and simulators (TADSS) necessary to train soldiers and civilians. Employees in training support positions require knowledge of training support program objectives, policies, procedures, and pertinent regulatory requirements. A degree is not required for the GS-1702 series. 1702 Career Maps
- The GS-1702 series includes the duties specifically responsible for the management, evaluation, and resource processes necessary to develop, assess, and sustain training enablers. Individuals in this series are also responsible for supporting the development of architectures and standards, which are necessary to ensure integration and standardization and for developing tools used to develop and assess training support products, systems, and programs. The GS-1702 can also be responsible for managing training programs and managing the training load.
- The following functions apply to the GS-1702:
The Training Support System (TSS)
The Army Training Support System (TSS) is a system of systems that provides the networked, integrated, interoperable training support necessary to enable an operationally relevant training environment for warfighters. In short, it is an integrated training support enterprise. It is comprised of three components: product lines, which include training information infrastructures (TII), TADSS, and training products, services, facilities and land; architectures and standards; and management, evaluation, and resource processes that enhance training effectiveness. Additional information on the TSS can be found at: http://www.atsc.army.mil/tss/.