MCEN

AcronymDefinition
MCENMarine Corps Enterprise Network
MCENMarine and Coastal Educators Network (est. 1998; South Africa)
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The MCEN Planning Yard 16-1 Test Team was recognized with honorable mention for the 2016 Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Innovation Award in the Innovation Catalyst category.
The overall end-state is a pervasive, seamless MCEN, rapidly accessible in any environment (garrison, en route or tactical), and in a standardized, tailorable approach.
This investment supports a critical component of that seamless MCEN and enhances the ability to support Marine Corps operations across the globe.
So the Marine Corps IT Center provides the Marine Corps an enterprise level IT capability, helps align the Marine Corps with the Joint Information Environment, and ensures future maximum IT efficiency and operational flexibility, something we consider a cornerstone to achieve the seamless MCEN vision.
This is letting us capture and analyze the mission threads our Marines and civilian Marines have to execute, and then design this seamless MCEN that supports all Marine Corps operations and mission threads.
Maj Nicholas Webb, officer in charge, MCEN Operations Branch, MCNOSC for leading the establishment of a Marine Corps Enterprise Network Integration Branch, resulting in a task organized team to transition new technologies into production with minimal cost and disruption to existing services.
Nicholas Webb, center right, officer in charge of the MCEN Operations Branch, receives the Department of the Navy Cyberspace IT Person of the Year Award from Robert Foster, Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer, right, Ron Zich, executive assistant to the director of C4, Cmdr, Damen Hofheinz during the Navy Information Management and Information Technology Excellence Awards ceremony at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D,C, U.
Robert Rivera, center right, operations officer at Defensive Cyber Operations MCEN Operations Branch, receives the "Rising Star" Award from Robert Foster, Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer, right, Ron Zich, executive assistant to the director of C4, and Cmdr, Damen Hofheinz during the Navy Information Management and Information Technology Excellence Awards ceremony at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D,C, U, S, Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Brenton Poyser
Maj Nicholas Webb, Officer in Charge, MCEN Operations Branch, MCNOSC for leading the establishment of a MCEN Integration Branch, resulting in a task organized team to transition new technologies into production with minimal cost and disruption to existing services.
DON IM/IT Rising Star Award Winners Capt Robert Rivera, Operations Officer, Defensive Cyber Operations, MCEN Operations Branch for demonstrating visionary thinking, implementing innovative practices and displaying superlative leadership, making direct and substantial contributions to Defensive Cyber Operations at the service-level.