As time went on and additional spirals of JNN-N were fielded, PM TRCS instituted a process of continuous improvement to the expediently developed support strategy.
PM TRCS and later PM WIN-T worked with Project Manager, Mobile Electric Power, the Department of Defense's supplier of power generation products and the CECOM Logistics Readiness Center to quickly repair, reset or replace the failing ECUs and generators.
Sintic credited the Program Managers, project leaders, budget/ system analysts, logisticians, fielders, trainers, testers, industry partners, and contract field support representatives support personnel of PM TRCS
with each playing a role that is equally vital to JNN-N's accomplishments.
consults with Central Command, regarding requirements for coalition connectivity using their standard (Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange) for coalition partners in theater, and has provided technical details of the JNN-N to all Services in various Joint Forums.
"We want to take all the systems and make them work together as one single enterprise network or Systems of Systems," said James Sintic, chief engineer for Tactical Networking Systems with PM TRCS. "What we're trying to do is remove those stovepipes from the Army enterprise network while providing enhanced capabilities.
FRAGO 8 establishes a System of Systems or "an enterprise architecture of capability sets," said Jennifer Zbozny, PM TRCS Technical Management Division chief.
CERDEC continues to support JNN through the JNN Network Test bed that is funded by PM TRCS
. Once used for Operation Iraqi Freedom theater support, the test bed is currently being used for investigating and recommending tech-insertions to the Systems Engineering Integrated Product Team, as well as testing and verifying architecture changes and recommendations made by the SE IPT.
is within the Army's Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications Tactical, headquartered at Fort Monmouth, N.J.
is currently working network impact and grade of service concerns.
In addition to procuring new radios, PM TRCS
is also working to upgrade the current Information Security modules used in the NTDR.