Science Dynamics wins contract to streamline Navy IT

PENNSAUKEN, N.J., 19 April 2005. Science Dynamics Corp. announced today that Commander, Navy Installations (CNI) Command has renewed its contract for program management, business analysis, systems evaluation, and strategic planning support.

Apr 20th, 2005

PENNSAUKEN, N.J., 19 April 2005. Science Dynamics Corp. announced today that Commander, Navy Installations (CNI) Command has renewed its contract for program management, business analysis, systems evaluation, and strategic planning support.

The annual contract, which will be managed by the company's subsidiary, Systems Management Enterprises, Inc. (SMEI), is for $490,000 and has one year remaining.

CNI oversees all shore installations that support the Navy fleet. CNI is responsible for standardizing business practices and systems utilization throughout the Navy and has begun to reduce thousands of legacy applications and disparate systems.

SMEI has guided CNI through a major systems rationalization, reducing costs and increasing standardization. SMEI professionals have been working closely with CNI management to analyze CNI's existing portfolio and recommend reductions from over 10,000 entries for 2,000 applications. So far the total has been reduced to 500 approved, standardized applications. The next phase of the process is expected to reduce the number even further.

"We are pleased that we have been selected to continue with the work we have been doing with the Navy and other government agencies," said Paul Burgess, CEO of Science Dynamics.

SMEI's efforts for CNI involve identifying solutions to support reengineered business processes, selecting the systems for Navy-defined functional areas common across installations, facilitating and administering business case analyses, concepts of operation, and related strategy and acquisition documents. SMEI also provides meeting facilitation, assessment guidance, deliverable management and program management support to these efforts.

Headquartered in Pennsauken, N.J., Science Dynamics Corp. is a developer of telecommunications solutions with nearly 25 years of experience. Science Dynamics Corp.'s solutions are installed in over 30,000 ports throughout 18 countries worldwide. Customers include Regional Bell Operating Companies, next-generation IP carriers, corporate enterprises and U.S.-based correctional facilities. Product solutions include call control systems, calling cards, Video over Frame Relay Devices and VoIP gateways. For more information, see www.scidyn.com.

Science Dynamics owns 82% of SMEI. SMEI has developed advanced data management applications, Internet server technology and information systems that it markets to both public and private sectors. SMEI's product, Aquifer, helps its customers reduce development time for projects, manage the deployment of applications across the Internet to desktops around the world and implement military-grade security on all systems where the applications are deployed. For more information, see www.sysmanagement.com.

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