Feb 27, 2012
JPDO’s Integrated Surveillance Support Office (ISSO) held its second Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) for interagency Integrated Surveillance community members on January 25, 2012. “TIM-2” was a result of participants’ expressed interest in a follow-up meeting to the November 2011 session.
The speakers addressed status, challenges and progress of major IS initiatives at NextGen partner agencies. The presentations elicited in-depth discussion of topic areas, including the DHS’ Air & Marine Operations Center (AMOC) operations and the Air & Marine Operations Surveillance System (AMOSS); and DOD's NORTHCOM-NORAD operations and program for Battle Control System - Fixed (BCS-F).
ISSO, in cooperation with JPDO, works to foster operational interagency planning for integrated surveillance as envisioned in the NextGen Concept of Operations. Interest generated by the TIM meetings show they can be an important venue for increasing shared understanding of the work being done by partner agencies and how it can contribute to integrated surveillance capabilities. Effective coordination will enhance the efficiency and cost benefits of integrated surveillance efforts by allowing agencies the opportunity to leverage each other’s work while striving for convergence of efforts.
Representatives from the DOD, FAA and the JPDO comprise the ISSO, with ad hoc participation from ODNI, DOC and DHS. ISSO team members will analyze findings from the TIM-2 for opportunities for further collaboration with partner agencies. A follow-up meeting is planned in spring 2012 to outline next steps for moving forward.
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