SIBA is designed to support "Big Data" initiatives, and will be available at a far lower cost than the relational database-based solutions presently on the UCDMO
These features support the UCDMO
goals of providing secure, robust capabilities and maximizing return on investment.
Technologies included on the UCDMO
baseline list must be certified, accredited for operational use, and have a three-year life-cycle support agreement.
is managed jointly by the defense and intelligence communities to provide agencies with streamlined access to validated cross-domain solutions.
The addition of WebShield to the UCDMO
baseline list further extends the number of RTCS accredited solutions that are readily available to government agencies.
is a joint Defense Department (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) organization that was established in 2006 to provide centralized coordination and oversight of cross-domain initiatives across these communities.
For a product to be included on the UCDMOs
Re-Use Baseline list the technology must be operational, have a government sponsor and at least a three year lifecycle support agreement.
is a joint Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) organization that provides centralized coordination and oversight of cross-domain initiatives across these communities.
Our addition to the UCDMO
Baseline underscores the value our solution brings.
Edward Bryant, Technical Director at UCDMO
, commented, "I see the BlueSpace application taking advantage of the multi-level capabilities of currently deployed multi-level clients, and this is a critical capability needed to meet information sharing requirements.
General Dynamics C4 Systems' TVE is the company's second trusted computing product included in the UCDMO
Baseline list, joined by the Trusted Network Environment (TNE).
manages a list of evaluated and approved products for cross-domain access and transfer, known as the CD Baseline Report.