INTRODUCTION TO ARMY FOOD MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Critical Tasks: 101-524-3160, 101-524-3261, 101-524-3268
This lesson provides the soldiers in the Food Service Specialist Basic Noncommissioned Officer
Course (BNCOC) with an introduction to Army Food Management Information System.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Students will become familiar with the AFMIS end user manual and its
appendices and be able to use them as a guide for the dining facility manager;
its advantages to food service operations; standing operating procedures for
AFMIS users, including procedures for accessing, using, and maintaining
AFMIS equipment and subsystems; and provisions for continuity of
operations, system security, and batch processes.
In a self-study environment.
To 70 percent accuracy.
REFERENCES: The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following
publications: AISM 25-L37-AJK-ATT-EM 4 (AFMIS End User Manual) and
AISM 18-1137-AJK-ATT-EM4 (Dining Facility Operations).
The Army Food Management Information System (AFMIS) is an automated food management
information and Class I supply system designed to improve subsistence accountability, automate
headcount procedures, and enhance the overall efficiency of Army Food Program resources. The
system consists of three major subsystems.