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The last time you talked with CHIPS in 2009, we talked about the Global Network Enterprise Construct strategy to organize network assets.
But turning the Landwarnet reality of loosely affiliated independent networks into a single global network available to the warfighter called for an army-wide strategy, which became known as the Global Network Enterprise Construct (GNEC), tasked with delivering a worldwide communication framework on which to unify army information systems.
One of the major Army initiatives highlighted at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) annual meeting was the transformation of LandWarNet as part of the Global Network Enterprise Construct strategy.
One of the critical initiatives for the Army CIO/G-6 is transforming LandWarNet (LWN) through the Global Network Enterprise Construct (GNEC) strategy.
Demand for Blue Lane's unique solution to patch deployment creates a great business opportunity for us," said Simon Lewis, president and CEO of Dataway, a global network enterprise solutions provider and a new Blue Lane channel partner.
Currently, many installations use their own version of the AUP or access request which defeats this standardization across the Global Network Enterprise Construct.
The Global Network Enterprise Construct (GNEC) is our Army's strategy for aligning and transforming our network assets--our people, equipment and policies--to meet these challenges.
Second, an ESB could establish a network operations center at its home station, utilizing the Global Network Enterprise Construct.