Navy steams full speed ahead on Web technology

Navy steams full speed ahead on Web technology

SAN DIEGO'The Navy is well into Web-enabling all of its administrative applications, Rear Adm. Kenneth Slaght said last month at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's Jointable Technology Symposium.


Kenneth Slaght
A Navy task force established in December will recommend architecture and program changes to make thousands of apps accessible via a Web interface, he said. The task force also will advise the chief of naval operations about emerging Web technologies.

The first 50 programs must go online by November, he said, and the deadline for servicewide system migration will be 2004. For details about the task force's efforts, go to www.tfw.navy.mil.

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