Communities of Interest
The UKCeB Task Force sponsors and facilitates a number of Communities of Interest.
Identity and Access Management (IdAM) is a topic of particular relevance to the activities of the Secure Information Sharing (SIS) Programme and of interest to members of the CIWG, IMWG and SWG.
At the January IMWG, members were invited to identify the issues that their Company’s recognised as important. A key theme that emerged was the need to develop Information Management skills and resultant change in culture in which IM is perceived.............
Documents relating to re-write work on Def Stan 00-60 towards 00-600 update.
Information relating to HFI - see also MOD/Industry Human Factors Integration Working Group.
Instigating the Application of Information standards. Identify and adopt appropriate international standards to enhance collaborative working capabilities and reduce bespoke interfaces.
Single approach to LCIA delivery and exploitation. Single governance and front door to IPTs required plus ongoing development and exploitation - see http://www.modinfomodel.co.uk
An informal forum for the advancement of HFI 'best practice' within defence acquisition, focused on HFI technical issues. See also Human Factors Integration.
Guidance to companies when adopting MOD's Purchase to Payment (P2P) system.
Representing the interests of packaging
Provides UK standpoint on this specificantion and reports to ASD S3000L Steering Group through its nominated representative
Promoting Secure Information Sharing, Interconnection & Secure Collaboration. Promote and introduce more effective measures to enhance information assurance in collaborative working. NB: Every 2nd Tuesday of the month, starting 8th Jan 2013, a allocated for a SIS Programme management meeting from 1000 - 1300 at the UKCeB offices for those involved in managing Step 5 and related SIS Programme activities.
[Since Dec 2011, selected documents from the MOD SIS Steering Group (Chair Hd J6 CIO) are published under the distinguishing prefix 'MOD SIS SG'.]
Click on any title for more information and associated documents.