At the office of the PM-ISE, we understand the challenges involved with strengthening both information sharing and information safeguarding – to advance the sharing of terrorism, homeland security, cyber, and other national security information. Thus our vision: “National Security through responsible information sharing.” Our role is to improve and accelerate information sharing in a responsible and secure way to enhance the response to the needs of our defense, law enforcement, and first responder communities.
As a direct outcome of the events of September 11, 2001, the Information Sharing Environment (ISE) and the Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) were officially stood-up when President Bush designated the first PM-ISE staff member on April 15, 2005.
At Wednesday’s Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Bethesda chapter Breakfast, PM-ISE’s Senior Advisor for Policy and Strategy Roslyn Mazer moderated a panel on information interoperability.
Every couple of weeks, we’ll recap a sampling of stories or events from the Information Sharing Environment and its stakeholders. Check back often! The Big Buzz: Project Interoperability March 27 marked the official launch of Project Interoperability, a start-up guide for information interoperability. The goal of Project Interoperability is to help government and non-government organizations identify a baseline of terms, tools, and techniques to connect networks and systems.
N-DEx brings the power of regional and local information sharing to one national system
All week on the blog, we’re talking about Project Interoperability, our newest initiative. This is the last blog post in a 5-part series. Collaborative, transparent, participatory. Information interoperability. Working together across levels of government and the private sector to improve our capabilities. Open government in action. It all sounds great, but what do we do next?
All week on the blog, we’re talking about Project Interoperability, our newest initiative. This is the fourth blog post in a 5-part series
All week on the blog, we’re talking about Project Interoperability, our newest initiative. This is the third blog post in a 5-part series.
All week on the blog, we’re talking about Project Interoperability, our newest initiative. This is the second post in a 5-part series. On his first day in office, President Obama signed the Open Government memo, which articulated the importance of a transparent, participatory, and collaborative government.
This week, we’re launching Project Interoperability, a collaborative, participatory, and transparent start-up guide for information interoperability across all aspects of government and the private sector.