Army center helps users standardize systems

Army center helps users standardize systems

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.'The Army has established the Enterprise Business Integration Center, an IT consulting office that helps users standardize systems and programs.

Run from the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems, the Fort Belvoir, Va., center was established four months ago to help information managers better consolidate IT programs, said Kevin Carroll, program executive officer for EIS. Carroll spoke today at the Army Small Computer Program's IT Conference.

"This is a single office to provide governance," Carroll said. "This saves people money, frees people up."

The office has a staff of six who help users plan, manage, prepare, buy and use network operations, Carroll said.

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