National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office

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Identifying Information Sharing Efficiencies Through the ISE Common Profile

The ISE Common Profile is a means to standardize the way a modular component profile or an information interoperability profile is documented and aligned with the ISE Information Interoperability Framework (I2F) (stay tuned for a future blog post in which we will discuss the relationship between the two documents).

Puget Sound (MOISA) Project Takes Flight

Friday, May 1, 2015

Our office has long supported work in the field of maritime domain awareness. Recently, our partners in the MOISA information sharing project took to the skies to test out censors and other equipment in Puget Sound:

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An International Maritime Domain Information Sharing Exercise

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the upcoming maritime domain awareness exercise sponsored by the Information Integration Sub-Committee (IISC).  The event was designed to understand and evaluate the various maritime information exchange models, address several of the Priority Objectives from the National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguarding (NSISS) and processes as well as inform Project Interoperability.

National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office

National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office Overview

The National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) is the unified maritime voice of the United States Intelligence Community (IC). It operates as an IC Service of Common Concern to integrate and streamline intelligence support, providing a whole of government solution to maritime information sharing challenges.