An e-business agenda

* Be the Navy's catalyst for change.

* Conduct market research and catalog industry and government e-business

solutions.

* Become a clearinghouse for e-business best practices.

* Provide consulting services to Navy organizations.

* Develop and administer a process to invest in pilot programs.

* Consolidate card programs and evolve to future technology.

* Coordinate extensively with Navy customers and serve as the Navy's

advocate for improved support from private-sector financial institutions.

Source: U.S. Navy

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