ARMY NETWORTHINESS PROGRAM



Tuesday, 3 August 

 

1400 - 1515

The Networthiness Process Overview  

Judi Mullin, Operations Chief, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5;

Arthur Aragon, Director, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5  

 

The Army NW program was created out of an Army need to address compliance. Its purpose is to ensure that all applications, systems, devices, web services, and hardware purchases support Federal, Department of Defense, and Army guidelines, regulations, and requirements. In effect, the program is to determine whether an application or system is worthy to go on the Army's Enterprise network.  The NW program assesses interoperability and supports the Army's goal for a standard baseline, utilizing Enterprise License Agreements to maximize the reach or our IT dollars.  NW was developed in a proactive way to preclude drive-by fieldings of systems, serve as a safety-net prior to anything connecting to the Army LWN, prevent products from causing damage or interoperability issues, and to mitigate the risks posed to the Army LWN due to Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) issues. This presentation will provide an overview of the processes for obtaining a Certificate of Networthiness, as it pertains to applications and systems. Topics will include the Green Tab Initiative, processing times, and analysis criteria.



Wednesday, 4 August

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1115 - 1230

The Networthiness Process Overview  

Judi Mullin, Operations Chief, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5;

Arthur Aragon, Director, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5  

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See above description

1615 - 1730

The Networthiness Process Overview

Judi Mullin, Operations Chief, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5;

Arthur Aragon, Director, Networthiness Directorate, 9th SC (A) G5  

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See above description