Development of a Civil Engineer Corps community portal prototype
Rader, Neil Christopher.
Courtney, Dale M.
Cook, Glenn R.
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The Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) is a relatively small Navy community consisting of approximately 1300 officers. Billets for the CEC are located around the world, and the community requires the ability to disseminate information as efficiently as possible to all corners of the world. Currently, information resources are available in both print and electronic forms in numerous locations. This thesis explores the concept of providing a single on-line location where CEC officers can go to access personnel and professional information, in addition to community items of interest. This thesis researches utilizes a form of rapid application development to deliver a proof-of-concept prototype portal, which grants the community access to the vast amounts of information available. In addition to the web development necessary for this prototype, the project also includes the development of the relational database to deliver data to the portal. The intent of the thesis is to explore the possibilities of how modern web-based technologies can be leveraged to provide a wealth of information to hundreds of officers around the world.
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