Whitepapers


Get a Clear View of Your Agency’s Enterprise Architecture

Many federal agency CIOs are seeking a clearer, more accurate view of their agency’s Enterprise Architecture (EA) project management information, in order to better manage their enterprise technology. Taking a data-driven approach will help ensure data truth. Agency CIOs also need an enterprise-level management tool set that helps every agency staffer in the enterprise management or analysis team interact with the same information. This whitepaper will describe an approach toward data truth that includes a web services solution like InQuisient's IQ Architect. This tool makes it unnecessary to hire expensive database developers to build out the Enterprise Architecture. This not only provides the requisite view of data, but also makes the total cost of ownership much lower than other solutions.


Improve Agency Portfolio Management

Federal agencies are acquiring more technology and different types of technology than ever before. IT Portfolio Management rapidly becomes an issue when managing new IT projects, and integrating them with existing systems. Are you looking to improve IT Portfolio Management within your organization? Download this whitepaper for strategies to get a better handle on IT projects, including how tools like InQuisient's IQ Portfolio Insight can help you monitor and manage data across federated organizations and systems, allowing you to deliver trusted, up-to-date information for your decision-makers. Thousands of users across federal agencies, including the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, already use InQuisient to manage billions of dollars in single instances.


Use Data to Drive Better Decisions

Using a browser-based platform to collect an agency’s enterprise data in one place and providing a seamless view of that information to agency executives is critical for comprehensive agency management and better decision-making. Agency executives have to see everything from the organization’s Enterprise Architecture to IT Portfolio Management in order to enable business transformation at the speed of the agency’s mission. This whitepaper will explain how using a browser-based platform like InQuisient puts users in control, providing advanced visualization for real-time health assessments and decision-making.


Digital Dialogue: Control the Data

Data is getting a lot of attention as a critical element to unleashing the full potential of government information technology. And it can be vital—as long as it’s handled properly. Download this digital dialogue to hear from the Army’s chief data officer on the strategies to make mission data more usable and manageable.


Fighting Cybercrime with Actionable Insights

Download this Infographic to learn how you can fight cybercrime with actionable insights using IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis. Learn how cyber criminals can be identified and disrupted with the same data they use to exploit companies!


Drive Data to Decision

Data and information assist the decisions made during military defense operations. In this eBook, we look at the rapidly evolving use of advanced analytics in defense intelligence.


JIE Delivers Enterprise View on Security and Data Sharing

The Defense Department launched a modernization effort to create a single join enterprise information technology platform the DOD can use to conduct all its missions. The eventual goal is to achieve what will be called a Join Information Environment (JIE). This will be a seamless DOD-wide environment to deliver information when and where it is needed. Download this article to learn more!


Case Study: Operation Nighthawk

Special Operations Forces (SOF) from friendly countries use joint training exercises, such as Operation Nighthawk, to improve their own capabilities and to ensure that they can work together to counter cross-border and multi-national threats. Operation Nighthawk was a 2014 multinational SOF training exercise, bringing together 1,600 personnel from military and police forces from more than 10 countries. The goal was to simulate a fast-paced deployment of SOF units to an active hotspot, and train both field operatives and support staff to plan and conduct special operations.