Navy purchases decision support software

The Navy Installations Command has purchased decision support software for worldwide planning, prioritizing, and budgeting of military construction projects and base of service activities covering 52,000 buildings across approximately 79 aval installations around the globe.

The software, from Decision Lens, will enable the Navy to align capital management, planning goals and objectives for all Navy installations more effectively. "One proficient analyst with this system can replace what would take many people to coordinate for the level of complexity we are dealing with," said John Saaty, CEO Decision Lens.

The software, available in desktop and online formats, is used throughout the federal government including organizations such as the Joint Staff, Army, Air Force, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Intelligence Community. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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