LandWarNet 2008

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UNCLASSIFIED. . LandWarNet 2008 . GS-15/Mr. Thaddeus Dmuchowski, [email protected] DSN 332-9656. PURPOSE: To present the Knowledge Management Principles and collaboration capabilities and requirements across the Army Enterprise.OBJECTIVES: By the end of this presentation you will be able to understand:A. Basis for governing collaboration

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1. LandWarNet 2008

3. LandWarNet 2008 Knowledge Management Principles

4. LandWarNet 2008 “Collaboration capabilities are defined as the wide range of structures, processes, procedures, and services or tools necessary to enable two or more individuals who are not co-located to use an electronic synchronous or asynchronous environment to communicate, plan, coordinate and make decisions to achieve an objective.” ~ (Army CIO/G6 Employment of Collaboration Capabilities Procedures Memo, dated 6 February 2008)

5. AKO Collaboration Capabilities

6. LandWarNet 2008

7. LandWarNet 2008 Commands submit requirement to GA&GKO GA&GKO validates requirement against AKO, NCES and the NETCOM Approved Products List (APL) If requirement is met by AKO, NCES or APL, request will be disapproved and forwarded back to CES Tools not on the APL are required to follow the guidance set forth in NETCOM’s Implementation Plan All tools will be certified and accredited IAW DIACAP

8. Way Ahead for Enterprise Collaborative Solutions What has happened since February? Aggreement with CAC to host web part library SSO is available Working on tasking & funding for pilot with PEO-EIS Governance Document Staffed What about OCS? -makes presence/awareness possible -enables IM/email connection -required at each instance of SP until resource forest issues are solved -duplication with BANTU provided through AKO -NETCOM approval -AONS piloting for VOIP Comments from Pat: 1. How will it be possible for users to communicate with personnel outside CONUS domain? (we know the answer isn't favorable here) 2. What is the expected user base (clearly defined)? Other organizations will want the same capability... 3. How does this tie into the OCS pilot being run in DCASS/AONS? (SGM Starnes, Mr. Olson) 4. Technically, how will the voice/video component work? Has this been piloted? 5. What is the plan to measure ROI on the LCS investment and demonstrate continuous improvement in process and cost?   All, are there other key points we want to discuss? What has happened since February? Aggreement with CAC to host web part library SSO is available Working on tasking & funding for pilot with PEO-EIS Governance Document Staffed What about OCS? -makes presence/awareness possible -enables IM/email connection -required at each instance of SP until resource forest issues are solved -duplication with BANTU provided through AKO -NETCOM approval -AONS piloting for VOIP Comments from Pat: 1. How will it be possible for users to communicate with personnel outside CONUS domain? (we know the answer isn't favorable here) 2. What is the expected user base (clearly defined)? Other organizations will want the same capability... 3. How does this tie into the OCS pilot being run in DCASS/AONS? (SGM Starnes, Mr. Olson) 4. Technically, how will the voice/video component work? Has this been piloted? 5. What is the plan to measure ROI on the LCS investment and demonstrate continuous improvement in process and cost?   All, are there other key points we want to discuss?

9. End-State Vision for SharePoint -Brand: The place to find and publish Army knowledge is AKO-DKO. -Search: Use AKO-DKO search to find meetings going on right now, documents, SharePoint sites, pages, knowledge centers, forums, and Army records related to your topic of interest. -Communications: Use the NCES services provided through AKO-DKO to communicate in real-time with other Army users. -Collaboration: Use SharePoint to collaborate for projects, deliverables, ad-hoc data storage in lists, calendars, wikis, blogs, workflows, on a temporary (think length-of-the-project) basis. -Portal: Use the Appian portal to navigate through the organization and discover authoritative information, official news, and published content. -ARIMS: Preserve records as historical artifacts. -Brand: The place to find and publish Army knowledge is AKO-DKO. -Search: Use AKO-DKO search to find meetings going on right now, documents, SharePoint sites, pages, knowledge centers, forums, and Army records related to your topic of interest. -Communications: Use the NCES services provided through AKO-DKO to communicate in real-time with other Army users. -Collaboration: Use SharePoint to collaborate for projects, deliverables, ad-hoc data storage in lists, calendars, wikis, blogs, workflows, on a temporary (think length-of-the-project) basis. -Portal: Use the Appian portal to navigate through the organization and discover authoritative information, official news, and published content. -ARIMS: Preserve records as historical artifacts.

10. To Learn More… Knowledge Management POC: Dr. Robert Neilson ([email protected]) Army Knowledge Strong LWN Meeting in Room 118, Thursday 21 AUG at 0915 AKO: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/411380 Approval Process for Collaboration Tools POC: Mr. Donte Blackman ([email protected]) AKO: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/138399 SharePoint in the Enterprise POC: Mr. Patrick Ward ([email protected] LWN Meeting in Room 118, Wednesday 20 Aug at 1230 AKO: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/512151

11. Backup Slides

12. NCES Collaboration Tools NCES provides two collaboration tools to DOD user community E-CollabCenter (IBM SameTime 7.5.1) Currently 41,000 registered users 100,000 user availability Connected thru AKO with Single Sign On Defense Connect Online (Adobe Connect) Currently 31,000 registered users 50,000 user availability Early User Adopter Testing

13. Adobe Connect (NIPR) is web conferencing software that enables instant communication and collaboration through easy-to-use, easy-to-access online personal meeting rooms. CIDNE (NIPR) The Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE) is a Multi-National Forces - Iraq (MNF-I) system providing process-oriented data collection and correlation tools for Intelligence and Operations information in support of Effects Based Operations. CollabWorx SRTC 3.0 (TRADOC ONLY) complete synchronous multipoint collaboration toolset using event-based logic for data sharing; Single Sign On to integrated asynchronous resources; one-click escalation from Instant Messaging to multi-user audio/video and data conferencing; allows sharing of complex data such as maps, imagery, media viewers, and 2D/3D. Used for Learning and Content Management Systems and other web applications. FusionNet V (NIPR) XVII is a distributed system deployed by the U.S. Army to disseminate “ground truth” intelligence and unit management information throughout the Battle space. Adobe Connect Restrictions: . No VoIP, webcam, or video recorder capabilities will be enabled . Waivers for red ports must be obtained . Must have GACKO approval, Valid certificate from JITC, IA certification per the CIO/G-6 letter dated 26 July 2005 . Must have local DAA approval on any installation used . Must not cross forest domains CIDNE- COMBINED INFORMATION DATA NETWORK EXCHANGE used for SIGACTS, Exploitation and HUMINT - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09 COLLABWORX SRTC v 3.0 RESTRICTED USE For TRADOC Use only as boundaries by SSAA CoN expires 12 Jul 08 (Waiver to renew licenses has been submitted and approved through CHESS). FUSIONNET - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09 SHAREPOINT SERVICES (Formerly IDM-T) - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09Adobe Connect Restrictions: . No VoIP, webcam, or video recorder capabilities will be enabled . Waivers for red ports must be obtained . Must have GACKO approval, Valid certificate from JITC, IA certification per the CIO/G-6 letter dated 26 July 2005 . Must have local DAA approval on any installation used . Must not cross forest domains CIDNE- COMBINED INFORMATION DATA NETWORK EXCHANGE used for SIGACTS, Exploitation and HUMINT - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09 COLLABWORX SRTC v 3.0 RESTRICTED USE For TRADOC Use only as boundaries by SSAA CoN expires 12 Jul 08 (Waiver to renew licenses has been submitted and approved through CHESS). FUSIONNET - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09 SHAREPOINT SERVICES (Formerly IDM-T) - For In Garrison and Tactical Use CoN expires 12 Jul 09

14. SharePoint (NIPR) Provide workspaces, calendars, document and content management, discussion forums. Supports the development of user-defined lists, user profiles and out-of-the-box workflows. Integrated with MS Office. Provides a variety of communication features, including announcements, sophisticated alerts, surveys, and discussion boards. Centra 7 * (NIPR) is a web-collaboration tool that enables online learning and training. It increases productivity and efficiency by helping organizations incorporate learning and knowledge transfer into business processes. Centra 7 includes symposium, conferences and eMeeting, applications for live eLearning and business collaboration. Groove 2007 * (NIPR) (Restricted for Iraqi Reconstruction) is a collaboration tool that allows file-sharing, discussions, meetings, and business forms, whether team members are in different offices or different countries. Iraqi Reconstruction uses Groove 2007 to pass large documents between Army HQ in Washington D.C. to SWA. Groove 2007 supports CAC login and data encryption. E-CollabCenter * (SameTime) (SIPR and NIPR) is a collaboration service containing Web Conferencing, Instant Messaging, and Chat Room tools. Defense Connect Online ** (DCO) (SIPR and NIPR) includes instant messaging, text chat, web conferencing and shared white boarding services, including the ability for DoD users to bring non-DoD personnel into collaborative sessions using Adobe® Acrobat® Connect™ Professional and Jabber Extensible Communications Platform™ (Jabber XCP™). DCO is still in testing – do you want it on the list even though it has not yet been approved?DCO is still in testing – do you want it on the list even though it has not yet been approved?

15. Army Knowledge Online (AKO) AKO provides Files, Groups, Forums, White Pages, Forms, Site Map, Search AKO Usage 2.02+ million NIPR; 93,000+ AKO-S users 2.5 million available NIPR; 300,000 SIPR licenses Daily NIPR logins: 700,000+ AKO Email Daily Email logins (via IMAP, POP, Webmail) 300,000+ Self-Service applications Daily over 100,000 visits 7/2/08- Double checking statistics7/2/08- Double checking statistics

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