Letter to the editor

My previous letter regarding the Navy Marine Corps Intranet, published on FCW.com May 20, attracted EDS management's attention, as expected. It's not surprising that the attention was negative. Instead of working to solve the problems reported to EDS, management chose to "kill the messenger."

It is apparent that EDS management is not interested in resolving problems constructively, and that will only further impede the implementation of NMCI. The end result will be time, effort and money wasted. This is extremely unfortunate, because the premise behind NMCI is solid.

Mike Deering
Former EDS subcontractor

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