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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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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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