Battle Command and Sustainment Support System
Within the Army Battle Command System, the Battle Command and Sustainment Support System (BCS3) , formerly the Combat Service Support Control System (CSSCS) is the logistical support component. It is also used by the U.S. Marine Corps. 
The system works with both classified and unclassified networks. It uses a "pull model" to retrieve:
- supply and maintenance status data from Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMISs) through the Army Materiel Command’s Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA).
- supply and maintenance data from depot and joint databases as required to complete the common operational picture.
Among its capabilities are allowing commanders to specify which supply items are of importance to them, and maintaining awareness of those items in a Commander’s Tracked Item List (CTIL). During operations, the commander or logistics staff specify their CTIL from the national-level Baseline Resource Item List (BRIL). 
- Field Manual 4-0: Combat Service Support, 29 August 2003, FM 4-0
- Globalsecurity, Battle Command and Sustainment Support System (BCS3)
- Edward D. Usher, Supporting Expeditionary Logistics in the US Marine Corps
- Dale Farrand (July-August 2010), "BCS3: Take Another Look", Army Sustainment (formerly Army Logistician)
- Anthony R. Ely (Autumn 2001), "Overview of the Combat Service Support Control System (CSSCS)", Quartermaster Professional Bulletin