Wyle assisted the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) NOSC in implementing the AFMC Regional Architecture Plan which called for the consolidation of 17 Main Operating Bases (MOBs) and other geographically separated units (GSUs) into four regional hub sites. This consolidation involved servers, e-mail, network, help desk, and web services, including 17 MS Outlook e-mail systems supporting a total of approximately 15,000 users to a single Outlook e-mail system. The new system and four regional hub sites are centrally managed, administered and supported by Wyle.
On the Department of Energy (DOE) Information Technology Integrator Support Services (ITISS) contract, Wyle staff provided e-mail and messaging services to the program offices via Microsoft Exchange and Outlook, supporting the servers, Internet access, virus protection, directory addresses, file space management, and message backups and restores. A key Wyle Information Systems accomplishment was the consolidation of 700 users on multiple disparate e-mail systems across multiple program offices, including the Offices of Nuclear Energy, Fossil Energy, and Environmental Energy. During 2005, Wyle Information Systems migrated approximately 10,000 DOE Headquarters users from MS Exchange 5.5 to a MS Exchange 2003 system on a centralized main server.
At National Weather Service (NWS) HQ, Wyle staff supports e-mail for more than 1,100 HQ staff, having migrated all of NWS to a redundant National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) enterprise e-mail system that is fully integrated into an agency-wide system.
For the U.S. Air Force (USAF) Space Innovation and Development Center (SIDC) Technical Services and Space Operations Support (TSSOS) contract, Wyle Information Systems assisted with the Front Range Server Consolidation project mandated by the DoD. Wyle provided technical assistance to develop, test and implement the consolidation plan for its SIDC 500 plus user accounts. The Front Range Server Consolidation encompassed more than 15,000 Air Force user e-mail accounts at various locations along the Front Range corridor in six MS Exchange server clusters. The MS Outlook e-mail accounts were consolidated into one central site and migrated to the MS Active Directory running on one Base Level Windows NT cluster farm. Wyle staff performed the migration from MS Outlook to the MS Active Directory and assisted the 50th communications group in migrating the approximately 6,000 Schriever Air Force Base users. The consolidation supported all existing network infrastructure.
At the Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Wyle is consolidating additional Treasury Department resources and bureaus into the existing TTB infrastructure, directly in support of the Treasury’s initiative of consolidation of Data Centers, reduction in infrastructure costs and the One Treasury Initiative. This type of consolidation supports reducing government spending on Information Technology to support its operations, and Wyle is the executing agent facilitating the Treasury Bepartment to achieve these objectives.