Navy sets portal project

The Navy's new guide for establishing a Navy-Marine Corps Portal stated the new portal must be capable of integrating and viewing data using commercial standards for Web services as specified by the service's chief information officer.

The portal will replace or integrate thousands of Web sites throughout the service. It is one component of a broader Navy information management infrastructure effort.

Other components of the effort include the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet, Information Technology for the 21st Century and Base-Level Information Infrastructure initiatives. The service also will incorporate its enterprise IT architecture, data management, systems interoperability and business processes modifications into its infrastructure strategy, said acting Navy secretary Hansford Johnson.

The Navy's Information Leadership Council will name a program manager and portal manager before October and will set a time line for the portal's development and launch.

 

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