ISS to Participate in the Upcoming DODIIS Worldwide Conference

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Intelligent Software Solutions to Participate in the Upcoming Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems Worldwide Conference in San Diego CA, 16-19 March 2008

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DODIIS Worldwide is an important interface with many of our customers in the intelligence community. We look forward to demonstrating the latest in our technologies to attendees. We also anticipate coming away with an improved understanding of intelligence requirements from DIA and other DOD intelligence community users.

ISS invites you to join us in booth number 846 at the San Diego Convention Center from March 16th to the 19th, as we participate in this conference. Organizers expect this year's event to be the largest ever gathering of intelligence professionals from around the DoD, as well as vendors and technology providers enabling the intelligence community.

ISS has a long history of involvement in all aspects of the DODIIS community, with products and services employed by many members of the National Intelligence Community, as well as tactical intelligence analysts and operators around the world. The company is the prime developer of analytical workflow products that enable rapid and informed decisions in time critical situations. ISS tools also enable strategic, term analysis, as well as operations planning and execution monitoring.

Dennis Linn, ISS Sr. Vice President of Intelligence Systems offered "DODIIS Worldwide is an important interface with many of our customers in the intelligence community. We look forward to demonstrating the latest in our technologies to attendees. We also anticipate coming away with an improved understanding of intelligence requirements from DIA and other DOD intelligence community users."

On display and available for demonstration at the ISS booth will be a wide range of the company's technologies which focus on Defense Intelligence Agency areas of interest in Planning, Operations, and Intelligence. These include:

ACUMEN - Advanced Capability for Understanding and Managing Effects Networks
ACUMEN is a technology research program for the Air Force Research Laboratory. The objective is to design, develop, and demonstrate a capability for continuous Effects-Based Assessment within the Combined Air & Space Operations Center (CAOC). ACUMEN fills critical gaps within current Effects-Based Operations systems by providing the data framework to enable a dynamic and adaptive effects-based planning, execution and assessment process. ACUMEN assesses the status, detects problem areas, and develops recommendations at all levels within the Effects Based Plan (EBP), from National Objectives to mission execution.

CIDNE - Combined Information Data Network Exchange
CIDNE is a web-based tool that provides coalition forces with a unified event reporting system for operations and intelligence information. Within CIDNE, significant activities and events throughout all of Iraq are entered, correlated, aggregated and managed through a user-definable and customizable workflow model. The model provides tactical level reporting flexibility while simultaneously maintaining the force-level data standardization necessary for analysts to perform theater-wide analysis and reporting of trends. CIDNE gives commanders at all levels the ability to not only see rollups of significant activities within their specific area of operations (AOR) and "drill into" the underlying data, but to do so across multiple AORs throughout all of Iraq.

SWIC - Strategic Worldwide Integration Capability
SWIC is a Global Cyberspace Integration Center (GCIC) initiative designed to deliver planning and execution capabilities needed for US Strategic Command (STRATCOM) Joint Functional Component Command for Global Strike and Integration (JFCC-GSI) and the Air Forces Strategic Command (AFSTRAT) Air Operations Center (AOC) at Barksdale AFB. SWIC is designed to deliver capabilities to aid in the Time Sensitive Planning (TSP) processes associated with Global Strike and Global Effects tasking.

SWIC is an integrated toolset for Global C2 integrating theater and global data sources. SWIC was built from the ground up to comply with service oriented architecture (SOA) and DoD network-centric standards. It incorporates PC-based applications, web-based capabilities and web services integrated with third party systems.
Our team will also be demonstrating the latest version of our flagship Web-Enabled Temporal Analysis System (WebTAS), version 3.3. WebTAS provides a net-centric framework of components ranging from data access to enterprise data manipulation, visualization, analysis and collaboration. The toolset is currently deployed across the military services in planning, intelligence, and operations related missions. Previous versions of WebTAS are DODIIS network accredited and this latest version is going through DODIIS certification at the present time.

About Intelligent Software Solutions: ISS, one of the country's fastest growing software companies, has offices in Colorado Springs, CO, Washington DC, Rome NY, and Hampton, VA. ISS provides data analysis solutions to the Department of Defense and National Intelligence Organizations and has specific strengths in providing solutions in Command & Control, Special Operations, Intelligence, Counter-Drug, Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security/Defense. ISS has a diverse set of customers which include: Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Electronic Systems Center (ESC), Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), National Intelligence Community Agencies, CENTCOM, SOCOM, NORTHCOM, SOUTHCOM, STRATCOM, US Coast Guard and many others.

For more information on ISS and WebTAS, visit http://www.issinc.com .

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