Marines name NMCI manager

The Marine Corps has named Richard Glover as its program manager for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet.

Glover had been serving as the acting program manager, but Brig. Gen. James Feigley, commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, officially named Glover to the post.

Glover will be responsible for all program management aspects of the Marine Corps' transition to the NMCI, including cost, schedule, technical performance and "sustainment activities" associated with the program, Marine Corps officials said.

Glover will work in conjunction with Rear Adm. Charles Munns, who was recently named the director of the Navy NMCI Program Office. Marine Corps Col. Robert Logan serves as Munns' deputy.

Unlike the Navy, which has had many people involved in NMCI decisions, the Marines have had a more streamlined and clearly delineated leadership approach.

NMCI officials have said that EDS will begin rolling out NMCI seats for the Marines later this year. The timing depends on Defense Department chief information officer John Stenbit lifting the strategic pause that limited the number of seats until the concept is demonstrated.

Glover previously worked as the assistant program manager for telecommunication and networks, where he led the Marine Corps' Base Telecommunications Infrastructure Upgrade and Network Infrastructure programs. Over the past five years, both programs have focused on improving the information technology infrastructure at every Marine Corps base around the world.

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