JNMSJoint Network Management System
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SAIC's continued work on the JNMS program is a prime example of our ability to deliver world-class command, control, and communications systems using our certified CMMI Level 5 systems and software engineering and integration processes," said Peter Dube, SAIC senior vice president and business unit general manager.
LTC Ronald Jacobs, the Product Manager, Network Operations-Current Force at Fort Monmouth is moving forward with JNMS program restructuring as briefed to the Army's G6/G8, Signal Center and NETCOM; headquarters, U.
The JNMS planning solution has been provided to the 335th Signal Command (Theater) to support their planning requirements for the biennial, Joint Chiefs of Staff directed, joint/coalition Bright Star exercise.
NeuralStar and JNMS will help support JNTC's effort to create joint warfighting conditions through a networked collection of interoperable training sites and nodes that synthesize personnel, doctrine and technology to achieve combatant commander and service training requirements.
For further information on JNMS, contact Russell Benoit or Billy Rogers, TCM NS, 706-791-7501/ 2334, respectively.
The results of the survey were briefed to the MDA and VDJ6 in May 2006 and the decision was made that a new strategy for the JNMS was required to meet changes in the joint operational environment.
The Army will award two JNMS contracts: one for software development and the other for training and support.
JNMS software incremental build efforts are on-going and are scheduled to deliver additional enhancements/capabilities to the field later this year and early 2007.
ATEC's system assessment of the LUT was approved and released in September 2005 and indicated that the JNMS had met all its key performance parameters and was operationally suitable, effective, and survivable with minor limitations.
Concurrently with the USCENTCOM Beta initiative, the next version of JNMS software (Release 1.
There are three versions of the JNMS being developed.