Below the line

The following projects were eliminated from the Defense Department's 2004 evaluation program because of budget cuts:

Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Sensor Enterprise Command and Control Middleware System: $375,000.

Rapid Acquisition Incentive—Enterprise Services: $1 million.

Global Force Management Enterprise Data Initiative: $1 million.

CopperTop: $750,000.

Enterprise Document Access Net-Centric Data Services: $600,000.

Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Net-Centric Uniform Data Repository: $789,000.

Defense Acquisition Management Information Retrieval: $910,000.

Defense Training, Notification and Tracking System: $985,000.

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