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And now in the wake of 9-11, Homeland Security goals make information interoperability between a joint military force and local, state and federal organizations an additional and even more challenging requirement.
Some call this "information interoperability," but most just see sharing information as the best way to leverage investments in information technology.
Kshemendra Paul, program manager for the Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) spoke to the attendees and moderated a panel on Project Interoperability, a collaborative, participatory, and transparent start-up guide for information interoperability across all aspects of government and the private sector.
According to the departments, a DOD/VA Information Interoperability Plan (targeted for approval in August 2008) is to address these and other issues and define tasks required to guide the development and implementation of an interoperable electronic health record capability.
I am delighted to support the stand-up of the Incident Management Information Sharing Committee (IMIS-C) that will leverage the use of our ISE Information Interoperability Frameworks to support local, state, tribal, and federal partners in this important aspect of the homeland security mission.”
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