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Terry Halvorsen: Navy is Building a Task and Records Mgmt System for Shore-Based Commands

Terry Halvorsen

Terry Halvorsen, Department of the Navy chief information officer, has distributed a memo detailing a prototype task and records management system that all Navy shore commands will adopt to eliminate duplication.

The system is called the DON Tasking, Records, and Consolidated Knowledge Enterprise Repository and Halvorsen says it will cut costs and simplify the network, according to the memo released last Thursday.

According to the memo, the Navy wants to begin using the new system by Spring 2015 on unclassified networks.

Halvorsen identified other benefits of the system as “eliminating the manual intervention required to move taskers between our disparate, incompatible systems; providing a single application on which DON personnel are trained; and enabling simplified and compliant Department RM.”

 

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