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CI/HUMINT All Source Integration System

Definition/Scope: The Counterintelligence /Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT) All Source Integration System (CI/HUMINT) All Source Integration System (CHASIS) is suite of software designed to operate on the CI/HUMINT Automated Tool Set (CHATS) hardware. With CHASIS, CI units will be able to query stored information in local databases and share databases with like systems. CI/HUMINT Teams will also be able to interactively generate standard messages, and transmit/receive information over existing military and civilian communications. The CHASIS provides these functions with a combination of commercial off the shelve (COTS) and tailored software, operating on a CHATS laptop computer within a hardened transport case. CHASIS is a collection of both commercial off the shelf (COTS) and government developed software. The commercial components provide the operating system, common automation functions, and support for the peripheral suite. The government developed Data Management Tools, Mapping Tools, and Reporting Tools provide mission specific capabilities. These are collectively known as the CI/HUMINT Utilities.



Broader Terms:

Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Information Management Systems

Related Terms:

human intelligence

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