Support center crew helps get NMCI going

Support center crew helps get NMCI going

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One of the hubs for the development of the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet is the Norfolk Network Operations Center, one of a half-dozen support centers being built for the $6.9 billion project [GCN, May 21, Page 1]. The NMCI Information Strike Force plans to have the center, at the Navy Fleet Industrial Support Center in Norfolk, Va., fully online by the end of the month.

At top right, employees monitor phone calls at the help desk while plasma monitors overhead keep track of incoming calls.

Bottom right, center director Dan Proctor and help desk manager Annette M. Rogers check out the center's data room.

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