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Information Sharing Environment - Who We Are

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Information Sharing Environment

Who We Are

Information Sharing Environment LogoThe role of the Office of theProgram Manager of the Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) is to coordinate and facilitate the development of a network-centric ISE by focusing on standards and architecture, security and access, associated privacy protections, and best practices. The PM-ISE serves as a change agent and center for innovation and discovery in providing ideas, tools, and resources to mission partners who then apply them to their own agencies or communities.

The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 established the position of Program Manager to "plan for and oversee the implementation of, and manage the ISE," and to be "responsible for information sharing across the Federal Government." Consistent with the direction and policies issued by the President, the DNI, and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget , the PM-ISE issues government-wide procedures, guidelines, instructions, and functional standards, as appropriate, for the management, development, and proper operation of the ISE. To better assist in ISE implementation activities, the Office of the PM-ISE has staff with experience in counterterrorism, homeland security, information sharing, technology, and policy at all levels of government.

Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment: Mr. Kshemendra Paul

Information Sharing Environment - What We Do

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Information Sharing Environment

What We Do

Information Sharing Environment LogoThe PM-ISE provides analysts, operators, and investigators with integrated and synthesized terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and homeland security information needed to enhance national security and help keep our people safe. These analysts, operators, and investigators come from a variety of communities - law enforcement, public safety, homeland security, intelligence, defense, and foreign affairs – and may work for federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial governments. They also have mission needs to collaborate and share information with each other and with private sector partners and our foreign allies. While they work in different disciplines and have varying roles and responsibilities, they all rely on timely and accurate information to achieve their mission responsibilities.

ISE Links

Sunday, April 08, 2012

ISE Documents

Sunday, April 08, 2012

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