JRS Migration Case Study

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A consummate professional who consistently strives to enhance individual expertise and team competencies. He showed great initiative in the development and implementation of the N3 Authorized Service Interruptions (ASIs) Process to support Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) Network Migration and Sustainment Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). His efforts ensure that the JRSS ASI migrations process was documented to ensure a repeatable process for use by the CTF 1010, Joint Migration Team (JMT), Service Migration Team, and the Network owner for all future Navy JRSS migrations.

Hard charging self-motivated individual whose outstanding technical expertise and keen knowledge of the ASI process. He was instrumental in supporting N6, SMT/JMT and N314 in drafting JRSS ASI Migration and Sustainment SOP for Naval Oceanography Operations Command (NOOC) and future Navy JRSS migrations. He collaborated with the SMT/JMT to ensure that the SOP was fit for purpose prior to the migration. Thanks to his hard work and dedication, N3, N6 and the SMT were able to meet all mission requirements as outlined by the Commander in support of the NOOC JRSS migration. He is an asset to the command and should be commended for his efforts.
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Reaves is consistently a top performer and subject matter expert within the ASI arena. His exceptional in-depth knowledge of the, ASI management process, and Navy networks has distinguished him through his superior performance and dedication to the CTF 1010 mission. His devotion to the team, command, and mission has significantly enhanced the overall organization’s readiness. Mr. Reaves is highly recommended for selection as NAVNETWARCOM Civilian of the
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