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Buzz in the ISE: Big News for Stakeholders

It’s the end of the year, which means parties, calories, cold weather – and agencies trying to push out their big stories before the holiday rush! In this edition of the Buzz, we’re highlighting some “big news” stories in information sharing.

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Buzz Around the ISE

Every couple of weeks, we’ll recap a sampling of stories or events from the Information Sharing Environment and its stakeholders. Check back often!

D-Day & the Greatest Generation

As our President today commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the event recognized as the beginning of the end of World War II, the Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment joins with our Nation in recognizing with awe and sincerest appreciation the sacrifice of our country’s greatest generation. 

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Nine Years of Information Sharing and Safeguarding Success

As a direct outcome of the events of September 11, 2001, the Information Sharing Environment (ISE) and the Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) were officially stood-up when President Bush designated the first PM-ISE staff member on April 15, 2005.

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Major step for implementation of FICAM on the Secret network

Throughout 2014, we will be blogging about the 16 priority objectives contained in the National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguarding, now that we have a roadmap for the strategy’s implementation. This blog post is about Priority Objective 4: “Extend and implement FICAM roadmap on all security domains.”

Responsible information sharing, including ensuring that shared information is adequately safeguarded, isn’t just a priority for sensitive, unclassified information. It’s also a priority for classified information.

The Job of Protecting Security and Privacy

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

By Alexander W. Joel

Many Americans probably don't know that there is a senior official whose job by law is to help ensure that civil liberties and privacy protections are built into intelligence programs. I am that official - the "Civil Liberties Protection Officer." I engage with the director of national intelligence and other intelligence officials to oversee and guide intelligence activities.

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