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Kurt Wendelken: Naval Supply Systems Command Plans to Shift Legacy IT Systems in Cloud

Kurt Wendelken

Kurt Wendelken, assistant commander of supply chain technology and systems integration at the Naval Supply Systems Command, has said NAVSUP will reassess its business processes as it looks to move information technology systems to a cloud-based platform, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

“We’ve got a number of different initiatives internally where we are looking at what the offerings are from different cloud providers,” he told the radio station in an interview.

These efforts are part of a digital accelerator project to update business practices, secure data and managed shared cyber services across the command.

Wendelken added that NAVSUP intends to collaborate with the Defense Logistics Agency to develop and house transportation lines of code within an enterprise web

The Office of the Chief of Naval Operations also implemented digital initiatives that involve the Naval Sea Systems Command and Naval Air Systems Command, he told the station.

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