Providing quality and
to the nation.
Construction is what the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
is all about.
RMS controls the daily
technical and administrative
functions of construction
A quality tool to help
efficiently plan, schedule, and
control all aspects of construction
IMPORTANT NOTICE:A critical cybersecurity vulnerability has been found on the RMS servers. In order to remediate the finding, RMS servers will undergo maintenance updates on Wednesday 27 Nov 2019 at 1700 CT. This will impact any user still accessing RMS through Windows 7. Contractors who are still using Windows 7 to access RMS will need to upgrade to Windows 10 by 27 Nov 2019 at 1700 CT to ensure continued operation of RMS 3.0. If contractors feel that this upgrade to Windows 10 is outside of their current contract, they are to contact their Contracting Officer (KO).
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a diverse workforce of professionals. Our
mission is to provide quality and responsive engineering services to the
nation. History and Leadership help us meet the demands of changing times. We
are a vital part of the Army. We take pride in our work!
Construction is what the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is all about. Construction is the reason for our existence, whether the project is for Military, Civil Works or Work for Others.
The RMS Center is maintained to assist field engineers, inspectors, construction representatives, contractor staff and office personnel perform their duties by providing computer programs and automation expertise to plan, accomplish, and control the daily technical and administrative functions of construction projects managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The Resident Management System (RMS) and the Quality Control System (QCS) are quality management and contract administration programs designed by Resident Engineers. The systems provide an efficient method to plan, schedule, and control all aspects of construction.
The Government Staff will use the RMS program and the Contractor Staff will use the associated QCS program.