Marine Corps Enterprise Engineering and Verification Environment lab gets new digs

Perspecta recently supported the Marine Corps’ effort to move their Enterprise Engineering and Verification Environment (EEVE) lab to a larger, more advanced facility without impacting day-to-day Marine Corps operations.

Thanks to Perspecta’s planning and detailed technical design efforts, the Marine Corps was able to continue normal operations throughout the transition with minimal network interruptions. “Through the dedicated support of the EEVE staff, client computing solutions (CCS) experienced no detrimental impacts to our operations during the move,” said Fred Daubenspeck, Marine Corps team lead, CCS. “As always, we greatly appreciate the continued outstanding support.”

The project timeline, from the initial design to project completion, was just three weeks, completed during the current pandemic with limited daily access to the environment. The move provides room for the lab to grow as its roles and responsibilities continue to expand to support the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN).

The EEVE lab environment allows Marine Corps network and infrastructure engineering teams to perform solution research, development and testing of MCEN garrison solutions prior to deploying them into the live network environment.