Summaries - Research
Back Continued Support for Disaster Response Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Information Sharing Assessment Capability Creation: Rapid Technology Assessment Teams (RTAT)
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
Higgins, Susan L.
Steckler, Brian D.
|Sponsor||Office of the Secretary of Defense (DoD)|
|Summary||Under this proposal the NPS's Hastily Formed Networks (HFN) Research Group will continue to be the DoD-CIO Information Enterprise Strategy and Policy global lead for an initiative which the DoD-CIO started in FY 2012. The initiative is to work with the Inter-Agency, NGO and 10 communities to create and assess information sharing capabilities among all early ICT responders by creating Rapid Technology Assessment Teams (RTAT). RTAT is a Naval Postgraduate School HFN Research Group creation (under direct financial sponsorship of the DoD CIO Office) for the global disaster early response community to create as a closely aligned group the capability to conduct disaster scene assessments of information and communication technology (ICT) immediately after a major disaster. The concept includes organizing the deployment of small multi-agency, multi-organizational (global) assessment teams to conduct general ICT assessments with the assumption that ICT capabilities and status in the first few days to weeks after a major disaster are critical enablers for the sharing of information and thus essential to overall mission success.|
|Keywords||Information Enterprise Strategy Rapid Technology Assessment|
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