The Air Force required system engineering and application services support for the migration of Air Force electronic systems to the Global Combat Support System – Air Force (GCSS-AF) Integration Framework, host to the Air Force Portal (https://www.my.af.mil). The GCSS-AF program modernizes, consolidates, develops, and integrates Air Force and Department of Defense combat support information systems.
Exeter performed IT sustainment, integration, migration, and elements of Tiers 1, 2, and 3 help desk support for this major Air Force system. Exeter also performed all application services integration and deployment activities in pre-production and production environments, supported respective regression testing, and employed in-depth knowledge of security requirements and Air Force Instructions (AFI). Since GCSS-AF is the gateway to the Air Force portal, Exeter’s support was instrumental in enabling over 850,000 (1.3 million logins) worldwide users per week to use the AF Portal upon the GCSS-AF application services framework.
Through our work in support of GCSS-AF, Exeter gained extensive experience supporting USAF applications through their complete system development life cycle. With a primary focus of systems integration, application development, data services, and web services, Exeter has developed or supported a substantial number of application systems within the Business Electronic Systems (BES) Capabilities Integration Environment (CIE) and GCSS-AF enclave. Some highly visible applications we have supported include Base Site & Expeditionary Systems (BaS&E), Financial Information Resource SysTem (FIRST), and Defense Enterprise Accounting Management System (DEAMS).
Exeter has supported the Air Force since 2003.
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