Sytel Launches Air Force Information Portal

Sytel Launches Air Force Information Portal

Sytel Inc., Bethesda, Md., has launched a pilot Web site for the Air Force that will consolidate data from hundreds of legacy systems into a single point of access for service officials.


The pilot phase of the project, which is worth $1 million to Sytel, is focusing on the installations and logistics community of the Air Force, officials with Sytel said. During 2001, the pilot will be expanded to other user communities, including the Air Force's major commands.


The Web site, called My.AirForce.mil, will give users access to information in seconds that has taken days or weeks to obtain, said Val Lyons, Sytel president.


"Air Force senior management has put this portal on a fast track for development and implementation," said Lt. Gen. John Woodward Jr., the Headquarters Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Information.

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