Accession Number : ADA311408
Title : DoD Information Integration Strategy Migration Diagrams. Book 2. Version 9.
Corporate Author : DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY FALLS CHURCH VA
PDF Url : ADA311408
Report Date : 15 APR 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 194
Abstract : The present document provides information in fulfillment (except for cost data) of the reporting requirements to Congress as contained in the FY 1996 National Defense Authorization Act signed on 10 February 1996. Specifically, it provides the information requested in points (i), (ii), part of (iii), and (iv) of Part (C) of Section 366 of the Act. The DoD has thousands of existing (i.e., 'legacy') information system applications that are being consolidated into a greatly reduced set of 'migration' applications, with a goal of eventually migrating to a set of common applications in an open systems environment. The migration/tree diagrams represent a reported inventory of legacy and migration applications for each functional area and activity identified to date for the mission areas of Command and Control, Intelligence, and Mission Support. The development of these diagrams is evolutionary, reflecting the progress made by each DoD functional area. Functional areas included are: DoD Summary; Command & Control; Intelligence; Acquisition & Technology (Economic Security, Environmental Security, Logistics, Depot Maintenance, Material Management, Meteorology & Oceanography, NCB Defense Programs, Distribution, Procurement, Science & Technology, Systems Acquisition Management, Test & Evaluation); Communications, Finance, Health, Human Services (Military Personnel, Civilian Personnel), Information Management, Inspector General, Legal, Policy, and Reserve Components.
Descriptors : *DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, *INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, *INFORMATION SYSTEMS, *MIGRATION, *DIAGRAMS, *SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT, *ACCOUNTABILITY, MAINTENANCE, MILITARY RESERVES, MILITARY PERSONNEL, CONGRESS, MILITARY REQUIREMENTS, ENVIRONMENTS, ACQUISITION, DEFENSE SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT, DATA MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS, SECURITY, REDUCTION, COSTS, SUPPLY DEPOTS, TREES, COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, MISSIONS, METEOROLOGY, LOGISTICS, INVENTORY, CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, MILITARY PROCUREMENT, OCEANOGRAPHY.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Government and Political Science
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE