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Army and Joint Interoperability Certification and
Coalition Assessment and Validation Requirements
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July 2012
Mr. Alan Hentemann
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System of Systems (SoS) Integration & Interoperability
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Agenda
 References
 HQDA, CIO/G-6, Interoperability Mission
 Joint Guidance Transformation
• Interoperability Reference Changes
• Interoperability Steering Group (ISG)
• Change in ISG required documentation
 Army Interoperability Certification (AIC) Testing
• What is AIC?
• AIC Requirements
• AIC Determination
 Federation of Net-Centric Sites (FaNS)
• What is FaNS?
• Net-Centric Sites Environment
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References
DODD 4630.5
IT and NSS interoperability
shall be verified early, and
with sufficient frequency
throughout a system's life …
DODD 5105.19
DISA shall ensure
end-to-end
interoperability.
DOD 4630/5000
DODI 4630.8
All IT and NSS … must be
tested for interoperability
before fielding ... and
certified by DISA (Joint
Interoperability Test
Command (JITC)).
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DoD CIO Interim Guidance
All IT and NSS must be
evaluated and certified for Joint
interoperability by DISA (JITC).
(To become DoDI 8330.xx)
Interoperability is
“the ability to provide and accept data,
information, materiel, and services ...
...includes both the technical exchange of
information and the end-to-end
operational effectiveness of
that exchange, as required for
mission accomplishment.”
CJCSI 3170.01
Establishes JCIDS w/ NRKPP for
CRD, CDD
and CPD.
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CJCSI 6212.01F
All IT and NSS must have Joint
Staff approved Net Ready –
Key Performance Parameter .
(No longer IOP & Supportability)
DOD 8000 Series
GIG Policy
DOD 5000 series
For IT systems, including NSS, ...
JITC shall provide system
interoperability test certification
memoranda ... throughout the
system life-cycle and
regardless of ACAT.
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HQDA CIO/G-6 Interoperability Mission
To facilitate and ensure Army Net-Centric capabilities by
conducting System-of-Systems integration & validation of
digital interoperability across all Mission Areas, to include
Configuration Management of Certified Baselines, and
Software Distribution.
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Joint Interoperability Guidance
Transformation
Overview
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Joint Interoperability Considerations
Since 2012
Prior to 2012
 CJCSI 6212.01E – Interoperability and
Supportability of Information Techn0ology
and National Security Systems
 DoDD 4630.05 – Interoperability and
Supportability of Information Technology
(IT) and National Security Systems (NSS)
 DoDI 4630.8 – Procedures for
Interoperability and Supportability of
Information Technology (IT) and National
Security Systems (NSS)
 USMCEB Interoperability Certification Panel
(ICP) (Interoperability (IOP) Matters)
• Chair JCS J6
 USMCEB Interoperability Panel (IOP Policy)
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 CJCSI 6212.01F – Net Ready Key Performance
Parameter (NR KPP)
 DoD Memo – Interim Guidance for
Interoperability of Information Technology
(IT) and National Security Systems (NSS) using
DoDD 4630.05 and DoDI 4630.8
• DoDI 8330.XX – Interoperability of
Information Technology (IT) and National
Security Systems (NSS) (Under
Development)
• To incorporate and replace DoDD
4630.05 and DoDI 4630.8
 DoD Interoperability Steering Group (ISG)
(Interoperability (IOP) Matters
• Tri-Chair DOD CIO, USD(AT&L), and JS J8
 DoD CIO Executive Board (EB) (IOP Policy)
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Joint Interoperability Considerations (Cont.)
Since 2012
Prior to 2012
 Interim Certificate to Operate (ICTO)
• All IT/NSS not Joint Certified with
urgent need to field
 Joint Interoperability Test Exemption
 Legacy Waiver (A and B)
 Information Technology Watch List
 Information Support Plan (ISP)
• Enhanced ISP Tool
• JCIDS review and comment
adjudication
• JCS Interoperability and Supportability
Certification
• Tailored ISP (TISP) for ACAT 2 and
below
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 Interim Certificate to Operate (ICTO)
• All POR IT/NSS not Joint Certified, urgent
need to field and not covered by a JUONS
 Joint Interoperability Test Waiver
 Waiver of Policy
 Operating at Risk List
 Information Support Plan (ISP)
• Enhanced ISP Tool
• Global Information Grid (GIG) Technical
Guidance Federation (GTG-F) online
portal for ISP review and comment
adjudication
• Service Component and Joint ISP review
with Service Component ISP Approval
• Tailored ISP (TISP) only for legacy
programs with no plan for upgrade, nonACAT programs with limited resources, or
programs with near future retirement
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Interoperability Steering Group (ISG)
Interim Certificate To Operate Request
(ANNEX D)
Section I: Contact Information:
1.
CC/S/A ISG POC:
_________________________________________
(Refer to the ISG POC list at http://jitc.fhu.disa.mil/cgi/isgsite/poclist.aspx)
2.
Requesting Organization:
3.
Program Manager:
4.
Phone (Commercial/DSN) ____________
5.
E-Mail Addresses:
_______________________________________
__________________________________
-- NIPRnet: _________________________________
-- SIPRnet: _________________________________
6.
Mailing Address:
-- City:
_________________________________
-- State: __
-- Zip:
____________
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Interoperability Steering Group (ISG)
Interim Certificate To Operate Request (Cont.)
Section II: System Information:
1.
Full System Name:
_____________________________
2.
Acronym: _____________________________
3.
Model/Version:
4.
Provide a short, high level description of what the system is, the function or functions it performs, the level of operation (e.g., tactical,
operational, strategic), whether it is intended for single service or Joint usage, and who the system’s customers are.
_____________________________
5.
Is the system currently fielded?
_____________________________
Yes
No (select one)
-- If not fielded, what is the estimated fielding date?______________
6.
What is the impact on program/mission if ICTO is not granted?
______________________________________________
REMOVED QUESTIONS ON “CONNECTIONS IAW DODI 8100.3, IA ACTIONS INITIATED TO SUPPORT DSN CONNECTION APPROVAL, AND
WHETHER THE SYSTEM IS LEGACY.
Section III. Certification Information
1.
Provide a road map on how and when the system plans to complete the Joint Interoperability Certification process.
___________________________________
2.
For systems that do not currently have JS certified requirements documents, please identify all system interfaces that have been
assessed by JITC such as a Standard Conformance Certification and/or Interoperability Assessments documents. Include JITC, a matrix
diagram of all joint/combined interfaces implemented or planned.
Ref to or note attached diagrams:
Supplemental Information

Provide OV-1 and SV-1 diagram

Summary quad-chart

For systems, provide a list of all equipment and corresponding software and firmware version numbers of the system, including Joint
Interoperability Certification (JIC) status of any component systems (e.g., Voice Grade LAN, VoIP switch) that have JITC certification.
Additional Comments
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Program Name and Version (STP#) / Program Manager
Name/ JITC AO Name/ ISG Representative Name
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
ICTO OVERVIEW
Provide a short, high level description of what the system
is, the function(s) it performs, the level of operation (e.g.,
tactical, operational, strategic), whether it is intended for
single service or Joint usage, and who are the system’s
customers.
ICTO Request: __ Initial __ Extension
Start Date:
Expiration Date:
Rationale for Request:
ICTO History:
IOP Certification History:
REQUIREMENTS & TESTING
Requirements derived from: (i.e. ISP, CDD, CPD)
– Status of the requirements document:
• Date submitted to GTG-F
• Where is the document in the review process:
• Projected completion date:
SUMMARY
– Fielding Date:
– ISP Completion Date:
– JITC Funding Status:
– Projected Joint Testing Start Date(s):
Previous Tests and/or Certifications:
– Projected Joint Testing Completion Date:
– Projected IOP Certification Date:
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Army Interoperability Certification
(AIC) Testing
Overview
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What is AIC?
AIC test process validates:
1) a system, or groups of systems, successfully performs its digital interoperability and Net-Centric
(NC) missions as defined within its interoperability test requirements (mission threads), applicable
capabilities or requirements documentation and baselined within its Information Support Plan
(ISP);
2) those systems can securely generate and consume accurate, timely and actionable
information/data/services as expected in order to execute specified operational processes; and
3) a system does not negatively impact the functionality of its expected network environment
* Note- The term ‘System’ encompasses ‘Platforms’, ‘applications’ and ‘services’ and includes the
hardware, software and other components. A ‘System’ may be a component of a family-of-systems
(FoS) or system-of-systems (SoS).
 Bottom Line: The ability of IT/NSS, Units, or Forces to successfully digitally exchange secure and timely
data, information, materiel, and services, to enable them to operate effectively and efficiently together,
thus achieving information superiority
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HQDA CIO/G-6 Policy
 CIO/G-6 Policy Signed 28 April 2009:
AIC determination is required for all IT/NSS that have a Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter
(NR-KPP) and/or have the current capability or requirement to externally generate, utilize,
transmit or process Information. All other IT/NSS must attain an AIC Exemption or Waiver, as
appropriate.
 CJCSI 6212.01E Definition of Interoperability:
The ability of systems, units or forces to provide data, information, materiel and services to and
accept the same from other systems, units or forces and to use the data, information, materiel
and services so exchanged to enable them to operate effectively together. IT and NSS
interoperability includes both the technical exchange of information and the operational
effectiveness of that exchanged information as required for mission accomplishment.
Interoperability is more than just information exchange. It includes systems, processes,
procedures, organizations, and missions over the lifecycle and must be balanced with IA.
• The USA CIO/G-6 is the AIC Certification Authority (CA) – Title 40
– Test Agent executes AIC on behalf of and under the direction of the USA CIO/G-6
–
For MDA/GMD the CTSF will Execute AIC
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Overarching AIC Requirements
AIC applies to all Army Information Technology (IT) & National Security
Systems (NSS) prior to release to the field, to include:
• All Mission Areas/Domains (WMA, BMA, EIEMA, DIMA)
• All ACATs
Programs are required to complete the AIC testing process:
• Prior to conducting OT events (IOT&E, LUT, LFT&E, etc.)
• Prior to or in coordination with Joint Interoperability Certification (JIC) by the
Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)
Completion of AIC is the way ahead to Joint Interoperability Certification
(JIC), either sequentially or in coordination with the JITC, for IT/NSS with
Joint interoperability requirements
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AIC Determination Options
Criteria
Through Portfolio Management,
conduct analysis of the
applicability of Mission Area
IT/NSS systems required to
undergo the AIC testing process
1
ID
Exemption
Systems without current
or planned interoperability
capabilities
or requirements
Legacy system
AIC Test Data
Test
FANS-CTSF provides AIC
test data to the CIO/G-6
Wavier
Systems that have Army
Interoperability requirements,
but cannot currently meet the
requirements (i.e., due to the
state of the art, requirements
blocking, evolutionary
acquisition programs, etc.)
Categorize
Identify type of certification
required
Certification
Systems that have current
interoperability requirements
must undergo AIC
testing before deployment to
the operational User
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Determine
Test
Location(s)
WHERE
3
CIO/G-6 Disposition
CERTIFY
4
SORT
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Federation of Net-Centric Sites
(FaNS)
Overview
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What is FaNS?
IS:
A federation of existing Army and Joint (when applicable) facilities, network-connected together to
execute horizontal integration, AIC testing and Configuration Management ISO applicable Army and
Joint Information Technology/National Security Systems (IT/NSS), across all Mission Area’s
(MA)/Domains, executed in a predictable and repeatable process.
End State:
An agile, efficient, flexible and persistent horizontal integration and interoperability testing capability.
FANS will allow the Army to grow its integration and interoperability testing capacity, over time, by
leveraging existing facilities, both Army and Joint.
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Net-Centric Sites Environment
PERSONNEL
SEC
LOGISTICS
FINANCIAL
MEDCOM
BMA
COALITION CTE2
The Tactical Logistics
Directorate SIL was
Accredited on 26 May
2011.
FT Belvoir
1ST IO
COMMAND
INSCOM
TBD
FT HOOD
MCTSSA
FT HUACHUCA
TIC
FT HUACHUCA
JITC
SPAWAR
The Camp Pendleton
DIMA
MCTSSA facility was
(BA Domain) Accredited on 22
May 2012.
HQDA FaNS Accredited site
Sites in one of the four phases of accreditation.
APC
OHIO
EIEMA
EGLIN AFB
JOINT
The San Diego
Enterprise Engineering
and Certification (E2C)
facility was Accredited
on 22 May 2012.
Other Mission Areas report to ACMO for baseline
Objective: A federation of existing Army, Joint and Coalition facilities, networked together to execute horizontal and
vertical integration, AIC testing and CM ISO applicable Systems IT/NSS, across all Mission Areas/Domains.
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CONUS FaNS Capability Nodes
WPAFB SIMAF /
Agile Fires
PEO Ground
Combat
Warren MICH
Nellis / AFB
Agile Fires
APG
NAS Patuxent
River / Agile Fires
INSCOM
(Intel)
Fort Lee
MCTSSA /
Camp
Pendleton
SPAWAR Systems
Center, Charleston.
SPAWAR Systems
Center San Diego
JITC
(Joint)
ISEC TIC
(Infrastructure)
Ft. Bliss/WSMR
(FCS)
Eglin AFB
46th Test Squadron
CTSF
(TBC)
Fort Hood
(FIRES) Ft. Sill
Knox Hall / I-SEEO-Hall
Redstone
AVN/SMDC
APTU
PEO
STRI(SIM/STIM)
Current FaNS location
Projected FaNS location JOINT
Projected FaNS location Army
States with FaNS activities Army and JOINT
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Key AIC/FaNS Take-Aways
 CIO/G-6 is Decision Authority for AIC
 Test Agent, ICW FaNS, executes AIC on behalf on CIO/G-6
 AIC technically validates the end-to-end flow of information/data
through an operationally representative architecture in a system
of systems environment
 We continue to streamline interoperability testing through
partnerships with Joint, DoD and Federal Agencies through
the FaNS Environment
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Contact Information
Mr. Steven M. Roscoe
HQDA CIO/G-6, Cybersecurity Directorate
Director; Interoperability, Acquisition and
Certification Division
Bldg 220, Fort Belvoir, VA
(703) 545-1410, DSN: 865-1410
[email protected]
Ms. Jacqueline Zachgo
HQDA CIO/G-6, Cybersecurity Directorate
Branch Chief; Joint Interoperability and
Configuration Management
Fort Belvoir, VA
(703) 545-1583, DSN: 865-1583
[email protected]
Mr. Alan Hentemann
HQDA, CIO/G-6, Cybersecurity Directorate
Acting Branch Chief; Army Interoperability
Certification
Fort Belvoir, VA
(703) 545-1418, DSN: 865-1418
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Mr. David Brumlow
HQDA CIO/G-6, Cybersecurity Directorate
Liaison Officer (CTSF) / FaNS Coordinator
(254) 624-5091
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Questions
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Backups
 AIC Test Process & CM AICFB Process
 Framework for Army Interoperability Testing
 The Integrated Architecture
 Program / System Specific Processes
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The CIO/G-6 AIC Test Process & CM AICFB
Process
Title 40
Title 10
SW Execution
Phase
Begins
SW/HW Dev
(MATDEV)
PEO RRT
(MATDEVs)
Integration
Activities
(I2E)
SoS
ASA (ALT)
MATDEV
• AIC certification
• Fielding authorization to operational
environment
• Materiel Release authorization
• Continued Congressional funding
• Meets OT/JITC entrance criteria
• Supports JTIC Certification
Products
(Output)
Software Under Test CM controlled by ANCMO & executed by ACMO
Change Control managed by Test Agent
Test Floor
Established
(G-6)
AIC
Test
(G-6)
TTP
Validation
Backwards Compatibility
and Interoperability
Testing (G-6)
Baseline
Established
(G-6)
Verified during the CRR
IA SoS NVA
Entrance Criteria
•PM’s AIC Request Memo
•Approved ISP
•Approved Test Requirements
•Funding in Place
•IATO/ATO documentation
•SUT delivered to Test Agent CM
•System Begins IA Scan Process
•Systems loaded, config’d & IAVA’s applied
•Systems Pass IA Scans
•Systems Probed by Test Agent CM
• Configuration Control Board (CCB)
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Fielded Software CM under ANCMO control
[Software Baseline Change Process Compliance Required]
Create & Distribute
Baseline Products
(G-6)
Golden Bricks
Approved SW
Fielded
(MATDEVs/LCMCs)
[Maintains Baseline]
CM Audit
of Fielded
Software
(G6/LCMC)
Step 1 – Conduct AIC Event Using CTSF and FaNS Test Facilities
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Entrance Criteria
Software
Interoperability
Testing
Architecture
Network/Comms
Threads
Test Incident Reports
DAG
ESC
Test Schedule
CCB/TRR/CRR
Subject Matter Experts
Learning Curve
Configuration Management
Configuration Management
Interdependencies
Framework for Army Interoperability Testing
Technical
Expertise
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The Integrated Architecture
Foundational
TV-1
Project Specific Application
“A Structured Approach”
Feedback / Results
ERP
Deviation
Enterprise
Approach
Warfighting
Community
ISP
Capability List
Developed by the
Requirements and
Architecture
Working Group
(RAWG) with the
help of the DCD/
TSM
Tailored Test Thread to
FaNS Specs
(Loads StarGen)
OV-6c
CADIE Project:
SWB III
3
2
OV-3
OV-5’s
1
OV-4
Warfighting Community
ORG UNIT
5
4
SV-10c
Collaborative project
between AIMD,
NetOps, and ASEO
using CADIE portal and
tool sets with a
common data set.
CTSF
PEO/ PM
Community
CM
Scenarios
&
Test Cases
Modular Force Baseline Models
Validated Modular Force Operational
Architecture provided the base models
to begin the architecture effort.
7
6
Node
SV-5
SV-4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Basic Process Outline for Capability Based Thread Analysis
Start with Desired Operational Capability from the user community
Use baseline architecture (Use Enterprise Approach for ERP Programs.)
Leverage an integrated architecture process that will use the baseline models to deliver the customer desired information sets
Refine and Specialize the required products (as specified in AV1)
Develop OV6c from applied models and associated SV10c product information (ERP Programs Deviation)
Run OV6c and SV10c thru AIMD GOTS application to create an integrated test thread to customer specs (This step is an iterative cycle of Community Review and
Architecture Update)
Deliver to CTSF --- Test Threads in CM Status; ‘Sponsor’ of Block responsible for CM until AIC Cert complete
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FIRE SUPPORT
Step 3 – Process Mission to
Step 2 – Process Mission.
Firing Unit
Step 1 - Initiate Call for Fire from an Aerial
GIG
Interface
CTSF at Fort Hood, TX
Fires BDE
GIG
Interface
Observer
Step 6 – Receive Message from Fires BN
Step 8 – Receive Shot
Step 10 – Receive Splash
Step 12 – Receive Rounds Complete
Step 13 – Send End of Mission
SEC at Fort Monmouth, NJ
BCT
SED at Huntsville, AL
AV BDE
X
Fort sill, OK
Fires BN/Guns
Step 4 – Conduct Firing of the Mission.
Step 5 – Send Message to Observer
Step 7 – Send Shot
Step 9 – Send Splash
Step 11 – Send Rounds Complete
Step 14 – Receive End of Mission
COP
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