14 July 2004
Including changes 12 April 2005
Construction will be performed in zones or in phases to
accommodate other base work that is on going or to insure that the seat rollout
begin on time. During the construction process, changes will be noted only as
redlines to the detailed design drawings.
PHASE 5 COMPLETION
NMCI Assumption of Responsibility. During the implementation
of the infrastructure to support the NMCI conversion, the NMCI Contractor will
assume responsibility for the existing or "legacy" network. This point is defined
under the NMCI contract as the assumption of responsibility (AOR.) This action
gives the NMCI Contractor both the responsibility for the maintenance and
performance of the legacy network as well as the authority to direct changes in
the legacy network configuration. The base, in conjunction with the NMCI
Contractor, may decide that some legacy networks will be retained by the activity
and not maintained by NMCI.
NMCI Cutover. When a seat has been brought into compliance
with NMCI standards, generally defined as the computer having been replaced
and the new computer connected to the NMCI network (and has been in
compliance with NMCI standards for a minimum period of 30 days), it is said to
have been cutover. The cutover period begins when the first seat rolls and ends
when the last seat has been converted. For the purposes of this guidance, the
network has been "cutover" after the last seat has been converted.
Documentation. After work is completed, preliminary red-lined
and final as-built drawings of (1) OSP, (2) ISP, TR's and transport boundary, and
(3) server farm / administration / warehouse facilities will be issued by the NMCI
Contractor to the Government to reflect the actual conditions. The hard copies of
the preliminary red-lined, as-built drawings will be delivered to PWO / PWC /
FMD, as well as to the Navy BCO / USMC G6, upon completion of the work. The
final as-built drawings in electronic format compatible with the latest version of
AutoCAD, and 2 sets of hard copies , will be delivered to the PWO / PWC / FMD
as appropriate, within 120 days. Drawings shall also include changes made to
existing infrastructure, the physical construction, and the associated cable plant.