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Navy open architecture and network-centric operations and warfare systems in support of Virginia-class submarines and other submarine and surface ship systems
It meets Navy open architecture requirements, strictly adheres to published industry standards and facilitates the integration of commercially available products.
Parallel Navy efforts, such as the policy to incorporate software procurement requirements described under Public Law 107-314 Section 804 and the Navy open architecture initiative, will be consolidated under my program.
For example, Navy Open Architecture Computing Environment (OACE) has mandated that all future software development be open standards-based, stipulating that software that does not meet this requirement will not be accepted by the Navy.
While there, Bledsoe oversaw the engineering efforts for the Marine Corps Ground Based Air Defense Systems and also served as the branch supervisor for the Open Systems Engineering Branch, leading Crane's efforts on implementation of Navy open architecture standards.
Together, LynuxWorks and RTI's standards-based solution will support the Navy Open Architecture Computing Environment (OACE) which is aimed at improving war-fighting capability by implementing international standards and creating common applications and services in military platforms.
The approach builds upon General Dynamics' highly-flexible total ship computing environment that meets Navy open architecture requirements and is exclusively built upon published industry standards and non-proprietary interfaces.
Navy initiatives, including Navy Open Architecture and the next-generation ships, such as the DD(X) destroyer and the Littoral Combat Ship," said Steven T.