Navy weighs NMCI portal security

    Date31 May 2001
    CategoryGovernment
    3567
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The Navy is considering using one standard portal product that will help control individuals' access to applications the Navy will place on its $6.9 billion intranet. Users logging on to the Navy Marines Corps Intranet, which will tie together on one . . . The Navy is considering using one standard portal product that will help control individuals' access to applications the Navy will place on its $6.9 billion intranet. Users logging on to the Navy Marines Corps Intranet, which will tie together on one network the Navy's shore-based organizations, would obtain access to the intranet using a common access card.
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