The new construct of the C-E Life Cycle Management Command helping to make programs like the Joint Network Node-Network succeed.
"Although we have worked as team across the development, acquisition, sustainment and logistics part of materiel development for the last decade, the C-E LCMC has brought a new understanding of how to build systems and how to sustain them.
Sintic credits JNN's success to a total team effort of each of the organizations within the C-E LCMC.
"We needed to leverage the partnership of the C-E LCMC," said Sintic.
The C-E LCMC Acquisition Center employed the use of Alpha contracting methods that enabled them to negotiate and execute a contract in just 26 days, where it would have normally taken 120 days.
According to Mark Moller, an attorney with the C-E LCMC Legal department who helped support JNN, " We were involved in providing legal advice in the determining the best strategy to acquire the JNN in the most expeditious time frame to meet the Army's immediate needs.
"All of the organizations that are part of the C-E LCMC started to glue together the whole program in terms of being able to support it logistically.
It is all a critical part of what the C-E LCMC does today and I am proud to say that we are a part of it." Sintic said.