AVAN (Association of Value Added Networks), Booth 23
James C. Edgar
Executive Director
7426 Alban Station Blvd., Ste A-104
Springfield, VA 22150
703-912-6204 F
[email protected]

The Association of Value Added Networks provides a permanent, consistent and continuous presence in the Washington DC area to promote the interests of its members with regard to Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange, within the Federal government

Air Force Electronic Commerce, Booth 19

We champion Electronic Business/Electronic Commerce technologies development and implementation throughout the Air Force in order to streamline daily business processes supporting the warfighter. Toward that end, we keep the Air Force community aware of EB/EC developments, and coordinate actions to synchronize our development and implementation into a coherent program to gain maximum efficiency. Our booth highlights two programs--Electronic Posting System (EPS) and Cargo Movement Operating System (CMOS), demonstrating our efforts in this new arena. Our people are available to discuss these efforts and answer questions concerning the Air Force EB/EC effort.

American Management Systems, Booth 11
Gil Guarino
Senior Principal
4114 Legato Road
Fairfax, VA 22033
703-227-5507 F
[email protected]

For more than 25 years, AMS has been providing enterprise business solutions for American industry and DoD's acquisition and support community. We're currently focused on developing solutions for the Integrated Digital Environment. With an in-depth understanding of the Defense Reform Initiative, AMS is focusing on paperless acquisition efforts. AMS is the prime contractor for DoD's Standard Procurement System, the tool that enables paperless contracting. We are a $1 billion international business and technology consulting firm with more than 8,000 people. More than 150 Defense agencies have worked with AMS to redesign business practices, institute strategic management policies, integrate enterprise-wide software, and develop and implement systems.

Ariba Technologies Inc., Booth 34
Mike Simon, National Account Manager
8300 Boone Blvd. Suite 500
Vienna, Va 22182
703-714-6664 F
Pager 888-460-2568
[email protected]

Ariba Technologies is the leader in business to business E-commerce and delivers enterprise-wide Operating Resource Management (ORM) solutions. The company's products and proven methodology have repeatedly demonstrated unprecedented levels of process improvement at companies such as CISCO Systems and Hewlett Packard.

Through customer focus, strategic partnerships, and technology expertise, Ariba has become the market leader in enterprise applications for Operating Resource Management. Ariba delivers a solution that can have an immediate and quantifiable impact for the Federal Government

Bridgepoint, Booth 36
Robert J. Weimann II
Director Gov. Business Development
11000 Regency Parkway, Suite 404
Cary, NC 27511
919-468-3521 F

BridgePoint provides a intransit visibility service bureau solution to its customers. We act as the single source of global in-transit information; for all modes of transportation (air, motor, sea, rail); down to line item detail; using the internet (OLTP) to distribute information within and across organizations. BridgePoint enables customers to manage their supply-chain more effectively through the use of user built alerts. In addition, we give our customers information they need for performance metrics and analysis with our internet OLAP function.

Computer Sciences Corporation, Booth 26
Lisa A. McGillin, Manager, Trade Shows
3170 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA 22042
703-849-1005 F
[email protected]

Computer Sciences Corporation helps clients in industry and government use information technology to attain strategic and operational objectives. The company develops individualized business solutions that are delivered by CSC's 50,000 employees in 700 offices worldwide in areas such as information technology management consulting, systems consulting and
integration, operations support and information services outsourcing.

DFAS, Booth 29

The Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) was activated January 15, 1991, to reduce the cost and improve the overall quality of Department of Defense financial management through consolidation, standardization and integration of finance and accounting operations, procedures and systems. As part of the President's Electronic Commerce initiative and in cooperation with the Chief Financial Officers Electronic Commerce committee, the DFAS is assisting with widespread adoption and implementation of electronic concepts for financial operations across the Department. The DFAS is responsible for implementing Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange (EC/EDI) within the Department of Defense accounting and finance systems. DFAS has aggressively pursued implementation of EC/EDI in our finance and accounting business areas. EC/EDI large scale efforts include: Electronic Document Access (EDA), Electronic Document Management (EDM), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Web enabled solutions.

DLA/DLSC, Defense Logistics Agency, Technical Enterprise Team, Booth 5
Donald O'Brien, Chief, Technical Enterprise Team
Defense Logistics Support Command
DLSC-PRT Room 3135
8725 John J.Kingman Rd.
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6221
703-767-1440 F
[email protected]

Apparel Research Network (ARN) for Supply Chain Management
The DLA Technical Enterprise Team ARN Program is engaged in supply chain management for military clothing. On exhibit is the 3-D Scanner running the ARNScan Software that performs automated measurement extraction and size selection from the 300,000 data points generated by a 3-D body scan. This measurement and size data is the foundation of an accurate database of Point of Sale data that drives retail inventory management. Size data can be utilized to generate preassembled kits for military recruits or automated CAD pattern pieces for Special Measurement uniforms. The data collected from this activity and through the ARN Virtual Prime Vendor initiative gives DLA and the services the tools to manage, with total asset visibility, the entire military clothing supply chain. As a result of this initiative, the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego has demonstrated an inventory drawdown of 52% - $5.3M - since May 1998.

DMLSS, Booth 9
John Zurcher
DMLSS Program Management Office
Skyline 6, Suite 908
5109 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22041
703-575-9840 F
[email protected]

The Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) program has four EC projects: 1) Prime Vendor converts medical ordering points from proprietary vendor systems to an EC/EDI environment. 2) Streamlined Financial Interface reengineers the financial transaction business practices and processes between medical logistics and DFAS using Electronic Data Interchange. 3) ECAT allows customers to place orders via the web to non-prime vendor medical manufacturers and distributors using legacy medical logistics systems and includes MILSBILLS summary billing. 4) Medical Logistics Support to Deploying Forces reengineers the process of planning, acquiring and distributing medical materiel in support of deployable units and force readiness using electronic commerce.

Defense Automated Printing Service, Booth 4

Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Booth 38
Darrah Wilson
Marketing & Management Analyst
700 Robbins Ave
c/o Naval Inventory Control Room
Philadelphia, PA 19111
215-737-3906 F
[email protected]

The Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) is responsible for providing food, clothing & textiles and medical supplies & equipment for the Armed Forces. In addition, as of July 99 we will be responsible for food service; firefighting & marine lifesaving equipment; wood & materials needed to maintain base facilities; metal & metal products; industrial hardware to include, but not limited to nuts, bolts, washers, studs, screws, gaskets, pins, rivets; and material handling information. This function is now being done by the Defense Industrial Supply Center, which will be disestablished in July 1999 and become part of the DSCP.

Department of the Navy, Booth 2
Wayne Jeffreys
Project Manager
6 State Road, Suite 111
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
717-795-8961 F
[email protected]

The following Electronic Business related projects will be presented in the Department of the Navy's booth: ANSRS(Automated Non-standard Requisitioning System) is an automated paperless requisitioning program, SPEDI(Small Procurement Electronic Data Interchange) a fully operational order management system featuring Internet based on-line catalogs, NECO(Navy Electronic Commerce On-line) a paperless electronic procurement system. accessible through the Internet or VANs, ITEC Direct (Information Technology EC) program provides commercially available USN standard compliant IT products and services, and HM&E (Hull, Mechanical & Electrical) Equipment Standardization design and development to WWW enable the HM&E Equ ipment Standardization Program's products and utilities.

ECRC, Electronic Commerce Resource Center, Booth 7
George Caddy, EC Technical Specialist
100 CTC Drive
Johnstown, PA 15904
814-269-2600 F
[email protected]
http://www.ecrc.ctc.com/, http://nts.ctc.com

The ECRC Program is under the direction of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Logistics and is administered by the Defense Logistics Agency.

ECRCs serve as a catalyst for adoption of Electronic Commerce (EC) by a vast network of small and medium-sized enterprises. These enterprises use advanced EC technologies to provide the Department of Defense and other federal organizations with low-cost, high-quality products, goods, and services. The ECRCs provide outreach, training courses, and technical support to effectively help infuse EC technologies.

EDS, Booth 42
Chris Oglesby, Account Executive
13600 EDS Drive
Herndon, VA 20171
703-742-2737 F
[email protected]

EDS has been a leader in the global information services industry for more than 35 years. The company delivers systems and technology expertise, management consulting, business process management and electronic business leadership. EDS, with $16.9 billion in revenues in 1998, offers solutions to improve the performance of more than 9,000 business and government clients in about 50 countries. The company's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:EDS) and the London Stock Exchange.

Electric Press, Inc., Booth 22
Lorie Townshend, Marketing Coordinator
11440 Isaac Newton Square
Reston, VA 20190
[email protected]

Electric Press' government product, eFed, is the only Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Web-based procurement solution that makes it easy and virtually risk-free for government buyers to compare, negotiate and purchase products and services with maximum accuracy and speed. In addition, eFed is the only solution that provides up-to-date contract data with the government functionality already built in. Today, eFed is the procurement solution of choice by government agencies, including NASA SEWP II, US Army's Small Computer Program, US Navy ITEC, GSA FTS, Department of Justice/ UNICOR, US Army AMart, DoD construction and services corridor, and GSA FSS.

Entrust Technologies, Booth 35

GTSI, Booth 33
Rose Aller
Sr. Shows & Events Specialist
3901 Stonecroft Blvd.
Chantilly, VA 20151
703-222-5258 F
[email protected]

GTSI, government's 1st choice for IT solutions, is the largest provider of computer products and broad-based information technology solutions to the federal, state and local government markets. The Company offers access to over 150,000 information technology products from more than 2,100 manufacturers. Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, GTSI provides products and services to Federal, state and local government customers worldwide. Further information about GTSI is available at www.gtsi.com.

Hewlett Packard Company, Booth 25
Debra Csucsai, Marcom Program Manager
2101 Gaither Rd., MS 5A
Rockville, MD 20850
301-670-5080 F
[email protected]

Hewlett-Packard Company is a leading global provider of computing, Internet and intranet solutions, services and communications products, all of which are recognized for excellence in quality and support. Information about HP, its products and the company's E-Services can be found on the WWW at www.hp.com. Or, visit our government web site at www.hp.com/go/gov. It's not about working the Web. It's about the whole Internet working for you.

JECPO, Booth 43

Electronic Business in Action is showcased at the JECPO booth with seven premier initiatives highlighting how electronic commerce has improved support to the warfighter, our industry trading partners, and the Department of Defense (DoD) business functions.

  • The DoD Electronic Mall (E-Mall) provides point, click, and ship shopping for commercial catalog items as well as DoD managed items. Using the power of the Internet, DoD customers can compare product features, prices and availability across DoD and commercial catalogs, order online using the Government Purchase Card or MILSBILLS fund cite, and check status of the order - all from their desktop.
  • The Javits-Wagner-O'Day (JWOD) Program, a Federal procurement program that creates jobs for people who are blind or who have other severe disabilities is plugged into electronic commerce initiatives, including the DOD Electronic Mall. The JWOD program staff will demonstrate the manufacturing and service capabilities of people with disabilities through videotape and CD-ROM presentations, handouts and web page demonstrations.
  • The DoD Business Opportunities initiative provides a single point of entry for vendors to identify business opportunities across DoD and to locate all of the procurement and acquisition information needed to respond to a solicitation. Benefits to our industry trading partners include increased visibility of opportunities, one stop source of information for bid/no bid decisions and a significant reduction in response times. Benefits for the DoD business functions include an increased vendor base, reduced procurement lead times, and increased use of paperless operations.
  • The Past Performance Automated Information System (PPAIS) collects and provides access to information about contractors and their performance for use by DoD acquisition personnel. The Services and Defense Agencies have agreed on a framework for the collection and use of past performance information to increase acquisition officials' confidence in a prospective contractor's ability to perform contract requirements satisfactorily.
  • The Electronic Document Access (EDA) initiative is a web based tool demonstrating the ability to electronically store and retrieve contract documents, vouchers, and Government Bills of Lading to significantly reduce the need to print, mail, file, and manage paper. Since EDA was designed to easily integrate with other electronic document initiatives, it is fast becoming a Department-wide virtual file cabinet. EDA replaces the paper version of contract documents with an electronic version and users from nearly any location within the DoD can access this electronic document.
  • The Wide Area WorkFlow (WAWF) - Receipts and Acceptance initiative provides the baseline technology to allow DoD personnel to electronically generate, capture, and process receipt and payment-related documents in support of a "paperless" payment environment. Document generation via interactive web-based applications and document capture via fax gateways and document scanners capture the information needed. Authorized DoD personnel are notified of pending actions and are presented with the documents needed to complete the action. WAWF provides a technical approach for integrating and applying a number of electric document initiatives with web interactive forms as a prototype business solution.

Joint Total Asset Visibility (JTAV), Booth 12
Commander Sharon Redpath, Executive Officer, Joint Total Asset Visibility Office
6301 Little River Turnpike, Suite 210
Alexandria, Virginia 22312
703-428-1081 Ext. 102
[email protected]

Litton PRC, Booth 18
Steven Lagana
1500 PRC Drive
McLean, VA 22102
703-556-1381 F
[email protected]

Litton PRC will demonstrate how mission-critical e-business transactions can be conducted from any platform anywhere, from authentication through initiation, approval, scheduling and reconciliation with multi-level security.

Lockheed Martin, Booth 30

Join our cross-functional group of users, developers and DoD partners as we share best practices, EC pilot partnerships, IDE applications and demonstrate how our new EC Gateway will eliminate the multiple interface points to Lockheed Martin (LM). The EC Gateway provides "single face" to our Government customers trading partners and suppliers. A demo of an LM EC interface with a Trading Partner and briefing will highlight lessons learned, results and making it happen. Another cost-saving partnership exists between LM Information Systems (LMIS) and the U.S. Army's Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM). The partnership is dedicated to an enterprise-wide implementation of Electronic Commerce. Team members will describe the various IPT teams' EDI/EC initiatives, which include Electronic Contracting, Earned Value Management Systems, and CALS/CITIS. See LM's Government Electronics Systems Integrated Data Environment (IDE) Solution in action. The LM IDE is a proven winner in data management and project collaboration. By using the LM IDE, multi-disciplinary projects will be able to realize maximum potential. Rapid implementation (matter) provides significant cost savings.

MTMC-CFM, Booth 14

The deregulation of the transportation industry in the United States permitted the entry into the industry of many new carriers. These changes increased the complexity and volume of the tender information to the extent that it became greater than DOD could effectively manage. In addition, advances in data processing, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and the web have significantly changed the environment in which the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) manages freight traffic. In response to MRM15, CONUS Freight Management (CFM) has developed an electronic commercial bill of lading interface with US Bank's Power Track commercial payment and finance interface. Another CFM application, Freight Acquisition Shipping Tool (FAST), allows complete EB/EC interfaces between the DOD transportation managers, carriers, and the US Bank's financial product. Using a web-based EDI product, CFM can solicit DoD qualified carriers to respond to movement requests supplying their best offer of service on specific traffic lanes.

MTMC-DTOD, Booth 15
Ethel J. Anderson
Program Manager
5611 Columbia Pike, ATTN: MTIM-I
Falls Church, VA 22041
[email protected]

The Defense Table of Official Distances (DTOD) is a commercial off-the-shelf automated capability used throughout the Department of Defense for worldwide surface distance calculations. DTOD is the single official source for vehicular land distance information supporting travel (temporary duty or permanent change of station), personal material routing and transportation payments/audits. The DTOD capability is available on Windows NT Server applications in support of web sites and automaed systems requirements for distance information. Additionally, DTOD is available on CD ROMs, and in Workgroup licenses for multi-users.

Microsoft Federal, Booth 1

Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software for personal computers. The company offers a wide range of products and services for business and personal use, each designed with the mission of making it easier and more enjoyable for people to take advantage of the full power of personal computing every day. As the industry leader in development, access and productivity tools for the Internet and Intranet, Microsoft will continue to offer the best, most complete and integrated software for business and personal computing.

Netscape Communications, Booth 16
Victoria Murphy, Federal Marketing Manager
6905 Rockledge Drive, Suite 820
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-571-3915 F

Netscape Communications Corporation is the leading provider of software and services for businesses that want to transform the way they create and keep customers in the emerging Net Economy. The company offers a full line of enterprise software solutions, professional services, and a leading Internet portal to help companies build, buy, or outsource Internet applications that drive revenue growth, build customer loyalty, and create new levels of business efficiency. For more information about Netscape technologies, visit http://home.netscape.com.

OAO, Booth 37
Sheila Outlaw, Trade Show Coordinator
7500 Greenway Center Drive
301 220-7189
301 486-2266 F
[email protected]

OAO is a premier provider of aerospace and Information Technology, products, and innovative solutions. The company's enterprise-wide solutions help clients achieve their Information Technology (IT) and business objectives. Its enterprise-wide solutions consist of desktop and network management, EC/EDI, applications development and maintenance, business process reengineering, military space planning, software engineering, independent test, O&M and space operations. Customers include federal, state, and local governments and Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, EDS, AT&T and Lockheed-Martin.

Oracle Corporation, Booth 24

SRA International, Inc., Booth 40

SRA leverages experience in systems integration, systems security, process improvement, change management, content management, data management, and enterprise-level architectures to help clients develop strategies and deploy systems that meet their business objectives. Our clients use e-commerce solutions to create value for their customers and business partners by redesigning, automating, and streamlining procurement, and processing standard or customized transactions over the Internet/intranet quickly, reliably, and securely.

We offer a powerful alliance with software industry leader Ariba Technologies, and partnerships with EDI vendors. Founded in 1978, SRA serves clients from its headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia and offices across the United States. www.sra.com

Sterling Commerce, Booth 46
Sterling Commerce
12355 Sunrise Valley Drive
Suite 370
Reston, VA 20191
703-716-0768 F

Sterling Commerce is recognized as the worldwide leader in providing Internet E-commerce solutions for the Global 5000 and their commerce communities. The company is one of 40 companies included in the Dow Jones Internet Services Index. The company is focused on providing E-commerce solutions through its COMMERCE, CONNECT and GENTRAN product families to address Extranet Management, Business Process Integration, Community Management, Infrastructure and Outsourcing. Sterling Commerce has been providing E-commerce solutions for 25 years, and has 2,500 employees, 37 office locations and more than 40 distributors worldwide. With more than 45,000 customers worldwide, the company had 1998 revenues of more than $490 million.

PricewaterhouseCoopers, Booth 17
Brent Pope, Principal Consultant
12902 Federal Systems Park Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22033
703-633-4100 F
[email protected]

The Washington Consulting Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, based in Northern Virginia, comprises more than 2,300 professionals and serves government organizations at the federal, state, and local levels. PwC clients also include international development banks, commercial enterprises, and multinational corporations. To solve client problems from the straightforward to the complex, PwC integrates service lines and forms multidisciplinary teams of professionals. PwC clients benefit from the functional and technical knowledge of PwC staff, gained from years of private- and public-sector experience.

Universal Systems Inc., Booth 20
Kevin McCook, Vice President
3675 Concorde Parkway
Chantilly, VA 20151
[email protected]

USI has been a key solutions provider for product based COTS solutions responding to the Defense Reform Initiative mandates. USI will show successful paperless contracting solutions fielded by DAPS for all the Services and for DCMC for post award administration. USI has been a resourceful integrator of legacy systems for web enabled procurement and logistics solutions including web based training. The USI e.Power software suite has been DISA certified as an integrated package meeting all DoD5015-2 records management requirements. Highly rated by DocuLabs and winner of several GiGA awards, USI specializes in wide area workflow solutions.

US Army Soldier Systems Center, MA, Booth 32
MAJ Sean P. O'Day, Deputy, Natick Contracting Division
US Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command,
Natick Contracting Division
Natick, MA 01760-5011
508-233-5286 F
[email protected]

Develop, integrate, acquire and sustain soldier veluted support systems to modernize, balance and improve the soldier's warfighting, capabilities, performance and quality of life.

US Army TACOM, Booth 41
Patricia Dempsey-Klott
EB/EC Team Leader
6501 E. 11 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48397-5000
810-574-6323 F
[email protected]

TACOM realizes millions of dollars in cost avoidance annually through EDI enabled programs such as Direct Vendor Delivery. To expand these programs among their small-medium enterprise partners, TACOM introduced a Web-EC interface to distribute delivery orders and receive response documents via a standard browser interface. This program allows TACOM to maintain the benefits it realizes from EDI while allowing suppliers the convenience of a web based system.

"Readiness" is TACOM's mission for their customers, the soldier in the field. For web-based customer support, TACOM is teaming with the DoD E-Mall project to create a web-based requisition facility for their sustainment spare and repair parts ordering mission.

VISA USA, Booth 28
Doug Ichiuji, Director, Government Services
1764 Old Meadow Lane
McLean, VA 22102
703-287-1854 F
[email protected]

As the World's Best Way To Pay, Visa is the leading card brand and the largest consumer payment system worldwide, providing a payment solution for consumers, industry and government. It plays a pivotal role in advancing new payment products and technologies to benefit its 21,000 member financial institutions, their cardholders, and the global economy. Visa is the only consumer payment system to facilitate $1 trillion worth of purchases of goods and services in a fiscal year. Visa's more the 630 million cards are accepted at over 15 million worldwide locations, including more the 450,000 ATMs in the Visa/PLUS Global ATM Network.

WICAP-Industry Assessment, Booth 6
Major Timothy Mead
Program Manager
8725 John J. Kingman Road
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060
703-767-1440 F
[email protected]

The World Wide Web Industrial Capabilities Assessment Program (WICAP) supports DLA's efforts in meeting wartime readiness objectives for DoD's forces through improved parts procurement, war reserve material management and industrial base planning. WICAP includes an internet-based data collection tool for gathering supplier capability data and an analytical tool for identifying industry capacity for meeting surge and sustainment requirements under a wartime or contingency scenario.

Christin Berry
Association For Enterprise Integration
2111 Wilson Blvd. Suite 400 Arlington, VA 22201-3061
Phone (703)247-9474 Fax (703)522-3192 E-mail [email protected]

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