Inter-agency and Cross-Domain Information Sharing
Achieving Interagency Collaboration Between the DoD and the IC – Successes and Challenges
On Monday August 9 Defense Secretary Gates announced organizational moves to consolidate IT management within the Department of Defense. How will these changes impact information sharing with DoD and mission partners?
Keynote presentations from
Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment
Kevin P. Meiners
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acting) for Portfolio, Programs and Resource, OUSD(I)
This event explores where are we today and where are we headed tomorrow with:
Identifying, integrating, and sharing best practices
Sharing timely, accurate, and relevant information across organizational boundaries and mission domains.
Protecting information in contested environments
A one-day, hard-hitting and interactive conference highlighting real-world examples of how DoD inter-agency initiatives are creating specific implementations of secure information sharing, interoperability, collaboration, new business paradigms, and likely impacts on information sharing and inter-agency initiatives of Secretary Gates re-organization of IT functions.
A conference focusing real-world examples of how inter-agency initiatives are creating specific implementations of secure information sharing, interoperability, collaboration, and new acquisition paradigms.
Information is most powerful when it is both shared in a timely manner and protected.
This can only happen in the real world when there is the necessary degree of commonality provided across standards, architecture, policy, governance, and most of all – implementation.
This conference digs deep into how DoD is collaborating in specific areas to make secure information sharing a reality in cross-domain environments.
In conjunction with ASD (NII) / DoD CIO and OUSD(I)