Army site goes dynamic

The Army Acquisition Support Center at Fort Belvoir, Va., has jazzed up its Web site using ColdFusion MX and Dreamweaver MX from Macromedia Inc. of San Francisco.

The newly organized site, at asc.rdaisa.army.mil, posts in-depth information about the organization's programs, publications, careers and events. One area provides public information; a separate portal lets center employees share information. There is a fast search function, a calendar of upcoming events and deadlines, and quick links to other military sites.

The center operates under the assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology. ASC provides major command-level support to program executive offices in resource and personnel management and force structure.

'Army acquisition plays a critical role in protecting America," ASC director Col. Mary Fuller said. 'ASC is helping to ensure that those who make the decisions that affect our fighting forces are well-equipped with the most technologically advanced resources. We have upgraded our Web site to make it more useful for our customers, both in the office and in the field."

The site has an overall bronze and green design and simplified navigation, said Nicole Perella, a contractor. It also lists phone numbers for fast access.




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