Legacy IT Systems
Loyola Information Technology (IT) personnel are currently supporting a number of Navy Supply Information Systems Activity (NAVSISA) servers running a heterogeneous set of operating systems, hardware, telecommunications and application software. The NAVSISA IT network, software and hardware infrastructure supports Programs of Record that are running on both current and outdated operating systems and/or databases.
The support services we provide include coordination, execution, development implementation, maintenance, installation and operation of legacy applications/systems to include: World Port System (WPS), Transportation Operational Personal Property Standard System (TOPS), Hazardous Substance Management System (HSMS), Defense Message System (DMS), Uniform Automated Data Processing System (UADPS-U2), Java Secure Print (JPRINT), support of CLIN27 servers, a Tandem Disaster Recovery System and other Navy mainframes.
We have worked with the Army’s Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) testing and coordinating with users to test the Defense Personal Property System (DPS) which will replace Transportation Operational Personal Property System (TOPS). This support has included coordination, execution, implementation, installation and maintenance of Citrix metaframe farm supporting Support.
Loyola migrated the legacy Hazardous Substance Management System (HSMS) servers across the Mid-Atlantic and North-East regions into the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) enclave by creating instances for all HSMS databases. This allowed HSMS customers to decommission their non-compliant servers.
Loyola IT Specialists are in the process of replacing the Retail Operations Management Enterprise (ROM) system currently deployed on the Ship Stores throughout the fleet world-wide. We are maintaining user accounts, performing maintenance on the SQL Server databases, testing, validating and verifying operation of the servers hosted at SSC PAC in San Diego as well as the QA servers hosted in Mechanicsburg PA and the training laptops used by Naval Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) based at the Joint Expeditionary Base (JEB) Little Creek, VA.
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