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Information Sharing, Collaboration and Open Government

Enabling transparency, collaboration and open communication through leading edge information technology, processes and governance.

As a key initiative of Government 2.0, information sharing, collaboration and open government programs can improve performance of mission delivery by enabling greater intra-agency and inter-agency collaboration, and citizen accessibility. Invoking these changes necessitates changes to traditional organizational structures, processes, systems, and culture which often times impede the flow of information and stress resources.

BruckEdwards’ management and information technology consultants are helping our customers improve information sharing and collaboration with both internal and external partners and provide greater transparency to citizens and government regulators. BruckEdwards Information Sharing, Collaboration and Open Government service offerings include:

  • Strategic Planning—BruckEdwards focused on operationalizing information sharing by helping our customers improve the accessibility and discovery of information; and transform data locked in legacy systems to provide users with enhanced decision-support capabilities. The goal of this approach is to ensure the right information is readily available to the right (authorized) individual when, where and as they need it in order to make the most informed decision. Our subject matter experts bring extensive experience with federal information sharing and collaboration, and open government initiatives such as the DOJ’s Law Enforcement Information Sharing Program (LEISP) and SSA E-Authentication Program.
  • Policy and Governance Development—Crucial to effective sharing of information and transparency is a policy and governance structure collectively developed by program stakeholders and actively managed by an authoritative entity to achieve program success. BruckEdwards understands these
  • System Architecture, Design, and Integration—Key components of the design process are a practical concept of operations and realistic cost model to enable program decision makers to understand the core functional elements and forecast anticipated costs of the program. BruckEdwards’ information sharing , collaboration and open government System Architecture, Design and Integration services include:
    • Concept of Operations (ConOps)
    • Operational Lifecycle Cost Model
    • National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Standards architecture, development and implementation
    • System / Service component design and integration
  • Identity and Access Management (IdAM)—Help customers establish unified, robust, and enterprise-wide user authorization and authentication frameworks to enable streamlined access without compromising the security that more sensitive applications and data demand.
    • Trust Model and Assurance Level Analysis and mapping
    • Registration and Credentialing Workflow Development
    • Authentication and Authorization integration and implementation
    • Credential Life-cycle Management