Joint Battlespace Infosphere : Information Management within a C 2 Enterprise

@inproceedings{Combs2005JointBI,
  title={Joint Battlespace Infosphere : Information Management within a C 2 Enterprise},
  author={Vaughn T. Combs and Robert Hillman and Michael T. Muccio and Ryan W. McKeel},
  year={2005}
}
System interoperability continues to be one of the key challenges facing the DoD as new capability is developed and fielded while maintaining operation with existing legacy systems. The concept of a Joint Battlespace Infosphere (JBI) was first created in 1999 by the US Air Force (USAF) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) to address a clear lack of information engineering and interoperability within and among existing, traditionally stove-piped fielded capability. 
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