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James Martin: DI2E Framework Targets Defense, Intell Data Interoperability

computer-technologyU.S. defense and intelligence agencies are developing an enterprise software system to link data, workforce and technology for military operations, C4ISR Networks reported Wednesday.

Amber Corrin writes the government is building the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise framework to support both the joint information environment and intelligence community IT enterprise infrastructures.

“We’ve defined a set of 183 services that cover we do within defense intelligence,” said James Martin, defense intelligence director at the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, according to the report.

The National Reconnaissance Office is responsible for evaluating the compatibility and technical aspects of the JIE and ICITE systems, Corrin reports.

Officials aim to meet a 2018 deadline for having an interoperable defense and intelligence data sharing system in place, the report said.

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