Online registration is now closed. You can register on-site at Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center at 6:30 AM on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
Mission Interoperability: Technology and Standards
Government agencies are improving mission performance through responsible information sharing and the use of interoperability standards to help better fulfill missions in the areas of cybersecurity, homeland security, law-enforcement and more. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s (ODNI) Information Sharing Environment (ISE) is continually establishing pathways to better use their interoperability framework including the upcoming release of “Project Interoperability.” “Project Interoperability” is in the process of being established by the ISE’s Standards Coordinating Council, of which AFCEA is a member. This initiative provides a so-called “greatest hits” of best practices developed over the last decade around terrorism and homeland security information sharing.
On the cybersecurity front, many federal and industry leaders are focusing on more robust applications of ISE frameworks including threat modeling and setting data standards to create greater cross-domain cybersecurity defenses.
Join AFCEA Bethesda on April 9, 2014, for “Mission Interoperability: Technology and Standards.” This breakfast panel, which is produced in conjunction with the ISE and other top federal IT leaders, will discuss the future of mission interoperability, creating standards and improving mission efficacy.
Panelists will discuss:
About Project Interoperability
Project Interoperability is a collaborative, participatory, and transparent guide for information interoperability across all aspects of government and the private sector. The goal of Project Interoperability is to help government and the private sector identify a baseline of terms, tools and techniques to create an information sharing network in mission-agnostic terms and for any type of information sharing. We are trying to normalize the way information sharing technology is developed. If we’re all using different terms to achieve interoperability capabilities, we aren’t going to end up with interoperable systems, and we’re going to pay for duplicative systems and excessive costs.
Learn more at: http://project-interoperability.github.io
For more information on AFCEA Bethesda or to view the full event calendar, please visit www.afceabethesda.org.
Moderator: Roslyn Mazer
Bethesda North Marriott
and Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road
Bethesda, MD 20852
Metro Stop: White Flint