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The ISE EAF issuance provides a strategic roadmap to enable long-term business and technology standardization and information systems planning, investing, and integration in the ISE. The intent of the ISE EAF is to document and organize the ISE mission business goals and processes, services, data, and technologies, and other operational capabilities necessary to facilitate information sharing. The ISE EAF builds upon and leverages existing policies, business practices, and technologies in use by Federal, State, local and tribal (SLT) governments in a manner that fully protects the legal rights of all United States persons. 

 

 

NSISS

The ISE EAF issuance provides a strategic roadmap to enable long-term business and technology standardization and information systems planning, investing, and integration in the ISE. The intent of the ISE EAF is to document and organize the ISE mission business goals and processes, services, data, and technologies, and other operational capabilities necessary to facilitate information sharing. The ISE EAF builds upon and leverages existing policies, business practices, and technologies in use by Federal, State, local and tribal (SLT) governments in a manner that fully protects the legal rights of all United States persons. 

 

The ISE EAF is applicable to all ISE Communities: defense, foreign affairs, homeland security, intelligence, and law enforcement; the Information Sharing Council (ISC) members and their departments and agencies; and departments or agencies that possess or use ISE mission business-related information, operate a system that supports or interfaces to the ISE, or otherwise participate (or expect to participate) in the ISE, consistent with Section 1016(i) of the IRTPA, as amended.

 

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