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Defense Infrastructure Information/Common Operating Environment

 (DIICOE)

Primary Purpose To provide a software development

architecture/foundation which promotes

interoperability and software reuse in a secure,

reliable, and global networked environment.

Sub-Functions Serve as an implementation of the Joint Technical

Architecture (JTA), an approach to building

interoperable systems on a common platform, a

collection of software that is reusable by the

services and the agencies as well as a set of

guidelines and standards for building a system.

Equipment Requirements The DII COE software development environment

currently supports HP, Sun, and PC workstations.

The DII COE 3.X kernel/components, currently the

foundation for numerous fielded systems, only

supports the Unix platform using HP 10.20 and

Solaris 2.5.1. The 4.x DII COE Kernel/components

is currently supported on the following

operating systems: Sun Solaris 7/8, HP HP-UX

11.0, Microsoft Windows NT 4, and Windows 2000.

For a list of platforms (software running on

hardware) that have been validated through the

Kernel Compliance Program, see

http://diicoe.disa.mil/coe/kpc/KPCP_VPL.htm.

Connectivity Requirements No special requirements.

Crypto Requirements None.

Normal Locations All services.

Information Managed DIICOE does not manage information itself but the

systems utilizing DIICOE range from

administration, intelligence, logistics, fire

support, and various other command and

control/tactical systems.

Products Created None.

Lead Service/Contractor DISA.

Current Fielding Status Currently DII COE 3.X systems are fielded in all

Joint Command Centers and by all services (e.g.,

GCCS, GCCS-M, TBMCS, MSBL, USCG VTS, GCCS-A,

GCCS-AF, ABCS).

Known Problems Distributing Operating System (OS) patches as OS

vulnerabilities are identified.

DIICOE Compliance Rating N/A.

Point of Contact DISA DII COE Engineering Office or Wayne Duke at:

wduke@spawar.navy.mil

Updated by Capt. Gary E. Delgado, USMC, CCSC-01

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