Special Report

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The federal government’s Digital Government Strategy is primarily discussed in terms of what it means for the federal government’s interaction with the public. But many provisions of the plan also could energize information sharing initiatives among federal agencies.
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The Joint Information Environment initiative, which leverages on-going work in cloud computing, mobile computing, data center consolidation and other areas, eventually could give warfighters seamless access to data at any time, from anywhere, through any device.
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The National Information Exchange Model, developed to enable organizations to set up information exchanges without investing big bucks in new IT, is a big hit in a number of fields beyond the justice community, including intelligence, health care and infrastructure protection.
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A system known as a backend attribute exchange, which simplifies the process of checking the digital credentials of individuals logging into an information sharing system, could make it possible to develop tighter, more sophisticated security and privacy measures.
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With more and more government data being shared across organizational boundaries, agency officials need to bring more discipline to their processes for capturing, managing and packaging that data, researchers say. That’s where information management comes in.
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