Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM)

ICAM represents the intersection of digital identities (and associated attributes), credentials, and access control into one comprehensive approach. Key ICAM serviec areas include digital identity, credentialing, privilege management, authentication, authorization and access, cryptography, and auditing and reporting. Find out more at http://www.idmanagement.gov/identity-credential-access-management

OGC Geo4NIEM Testbed

Validate and provide recommendations to enhance National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) 3.0 architecture related to the Intelligence Community (IC) data encoding specifications (i.e., ISM, NTK, and TDF) aligned to Open Geospatial Consortium's (OGC) Testbed 9 work.

Provide recommendations to enable full-round-tripping from NIEM information exchange packages (IEP) to Geography Markup Language (GML) features and back to provide a comprehensive view of NIEM and GML capabilities and to document NIEM architectural gaps. 

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Cross-border Trusted Information Sharing

This effort plans to address cross-border information sharing between Canada and US emergency management mission partners. Standardized information sharing will provide the mission partners across the borders to maintain and reach back into the situation awareness information, and where conditions match, a standardized message generated and sent based on pre-defined policies (rules). The goal of the project is to validate and enhance the IEF architecture.

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Maritime Information Sharing Environment

Enabling the free flow of information. The Maritime Information Sharing Environment (MISE) as defined in the National Maritime Architecture Plan enables secure, standardized sharing of maritime information among a wide variety of federal, state, and local agencies as well as international participants.

Providing secure access to information. The design of MISE interface security has followed a number of patterns used in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management (GFIPM).

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Incident Management Information Sharing (DHS S&T)

Current systems that are implemented to support the emergency management community are typically developed using proprietary data models that may inhibit information sharing. The IMIS Framework recommends an architecture where standard information encodings and standard data services are implemented in the IMIS-compliant systems to support the necessary data exchanges and improve overall interoperability between systems holding information and systems supporting consumers of the information.

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New Jersey Statewide Information Sharing Environment (NJ-ISE)

The NJ-ISE project involves:
  • Enabling the free flow of information in support of statewide law enforcement, homeland security, and emergency management missions to prevent, mitigate, respond to, investigate, and recover from all man-made and natural hazards.
  • Providing secure access to information and actionable intelligence for participating agencies, across the public and private sectors, to better assure the safety and security of New Jersey communities.
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