Contributing to the discussion is the Naval Enterprise Networks program office with an article about the acquisition strategy for the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) which will replace the Navy Marine Corps Intranet in April 2014.
What does NGEN stand for?
NGEN stands for Next Generation Enterprise Network (US Navy Intranet Development Program)
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Under the terms of the contract, Jacobs is supporting continuity of services contract (COSC) management and acquisition activities for the USMC Next Generation IT Environment - via the Navy Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) and the Secure Operational Network Infrastructure Capability (SONIC) - with strategic planning, requirements analysis, concept development and transition and enterprise process support.
Goodwin is being assigned as assistant chief of Naval Operations for Next Generation Enterprise Network System Program, Washington, D.
At this time, there are a number of major information technology (IT) infrastructure and services initiatives underway across the DON, including the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN), Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN), and Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES).
BearingPoint's scope of work under the contract will include development of broad business transformation strategies, as well as a variety of IT and consulting services including: * Transitioning users from legacy networks to NMCI * Supporting the reduction of legacy applications * Developing account and file-share processes and policies * Hardware and software technical refresh support * Consultation on CIO-level initiatives including Information Assurance, portfolio management through Cyber Asset Reduction and Security tasks, and Next Generation Enterprise Network strategies NMCI serves as the Department of the Navy's connection to the Global Information Grid and provides a secure, integrated means to conduct Network Centric Operations throughout the Navy.
Jacobs will provide technical and logistics support services to cover the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) life cycle, including customer relations, end user requirements, implementation support of NMCI solutions, and life cycle planning requirements for transition of NMCI to Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) for its Program Managers.
To name just a couple of examples, the vision highlights how C4ISR professionals can leverage domain expertise with ISR/Information Operations systems engineering data and using Naval Networking Environment (NNE)~2016 top-level strategies to align programmatic efforts into the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) and Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) to accelerate technology delivery--all key components necessary for information dominance on the battlefield.
2) "Magic Quadrant(1) for Next Generation Enterprise Network Firewalls (NGFW), 1H06," By Greg Young and John Pescatore, June 2006.