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joint deployable intelligence support systems

Definition/Scope: (JP 2-0) A Joint Deployable Intelligence Support Systems (JDISS) is a transportable workstation and communications suite that electronically extends a joint intelligence center to a joint task force or other tactical user. A program that provides a family of hardware and software capabilities that allow connectivity and interoperability with intelligence systems supporting forces. It provides the Joint Intelligence Center (JIC), Joint Task Forces (JTF) and operational commanders with on-site automation support and the connectivity necessary to execute the intelligence mission. JDISS and the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) together comprise the joint standard and foundation for commonality among intelligence support systems. OLD VERSION A transportable workstation and communications suite that electronically extends a joint intelligence center to a joint task force or other tactical user.



Acronym:

JDISS

Broader Terms:

CCDR
JTF
National Intelligence Support Team
NIST

Narrower Terms:

intelligence collection management
situational awareness

Related Terms:

Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System
JWICS


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