Navy Admiral commends S&K for IT support and data migration
Tana Gill, pictured middle in black, with her Navy Commendation from Admiral T.J. Benedict.
Tana Gill was personally commended by Navy Vice Admiral T.J. Benedict for her contribution during the successful migration of the Trident Logistics Data database operations from Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility. Tana is a Help Desk Technician with S&K Global Solutions and directly supports Naval personnel at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington.
Navy Trident submarines are Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarines that are nuclear- powered, able to remain submerged for long periods without surfacing, and virtually undetectable when submerged. Data migrated included parts and supplies information. Tana Gill supported this mission by setting up new accounts within a sensitive time frame.
“Her technical expertise and problem solving skills were key elements in the planning, preparation, and successful accomplishment of this important process,” said Admiral Benedict, adding, “Please accept my personal thanks for your valuable contribution and continued support of the Trident fleet. Bravo Zulu on a job well done!”
S&K Global Solutions is partnered with Booz Allen Hamilton for this project.