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The JRSS platform is a DoD-wide initiative to enable military services, combatant commands, and defense agencies to see more network activity, defend networks more efficiently, and share information seamlessly both within their own organizations and with DoD mission partners.
iGov received a Delivery Order through its SEWP V (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement) contract to provide FPCAP products and associated services on December 15, 2015 in support of the DISA Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) requirement.
Once the initiative is complete, the JRSS system will help support a virtual private network (VPN) using InfoVista's service assurance platform.
Short-term targets include refining network upgrades at Wiesbaden, Germany, and installing two JRSS in Southwest Asia.
JRSS will work with the defense enterprise operations centers to manage user access on the defense information network.
JRSS (2004), 'Special issue on performance monitoring and surveillance', Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 167, 3.
(2.) Box and Cox, "An Analysis of Transformations," JRSS - B (26, 1964): 211-252.
When the three groups were analyzed as a whole, the mean score was highest for BSSS (5.79) and lowest for JRSS (4.84).
The Box-Cox extended (BCE) model [Box-Cox, JRSS, 1964; Zarembka, 1974] is applied to test the appropriateness of the linear and double-log forms.
We've already modernized the JIE baseline architecture--known as the Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS)--and made changes to some of the software.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 21, 2016-iGov partners with NIKSUN to provide technology for DISA JRSS
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