Department of Homeland Security

DHS-wide adoption of PIER system for public information

DHS should purchase a software license for PIER (public information for emergency response) System to serve the public information needs of the Department and all of its components, and, mandate the use of PIER by all component agencies in day-to-day and crisis response communications to achieve unity of effort and continuity of experience for our site visitors. While HHS, USCIS and the USCG already use PIER, contracting... more »

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Department of Defense

Develop an Open Standard Electronic Health Record for DOD and VA

The importance of Open Standard technology is a critical need for improved sharing and exchange of service-member health information and data between the Department of Defense - Health Affairs and the Department of Veterans Administration community of interest (COI) as indicated in Section 1635 of the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA, 2008). A community of interest is a collaborative group of users that must... more »

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Department of Defense

Need Less 'Clarity' & More Open Seamless Exchange of Information

Currently the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) uses a system called Clarity to store and manage portfolios for approved programs. Some issues with Clarity are that it is redundant, not user-friendly or automated to accommodate program updates, and it is contractor owned (the contractor's 'CA' symbol is placed on the Clarity homepage, no AFRL symbol can be found). This is a clear case where the quality of program... more »

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