Systems and Information Integration
Government today is faced with some of its toughest challenges--dealing with information that needs to be shared with diverse entities, different information systems and platforms, and various data standards and operating procedures. It must deal with authentication, validation, integration, search and retrieval of large and diverse data sets, resource constraints, inflexible rules, and diverse organizational structures.
The challenge is to align business processes and needs with current technology and available technologies to enable information and systems integration. DCI is proud to provide key personnel and expertise in supporting strategic Systems Integration initiatives to the US Air Force and Marines.
How can DCI help:
DCI can help you connect islands of data both inside and outside the organization by:
- Identifing Key Business Data
- Establishing Data Integration Strategy
- Defining Data Access: Presentation, Security, Responsiveness, Media
- Establishing Standards: XML, Legacy, Implementation Limits
- Applying Tools: EAI, Intranets, Internet, Componentization
"The Air Force is undergoing the most significant transformation in its relatively short history. This transformation is largely based on how we use information and information technology to increase our operational effectiveness."
Mr. John Gilligan
Air Force Chief Information Officer