The Intelligence Functional Services (INTEL-FS2) will provide an information management capability that will enable the NATO Commands to execute the Intelligence Support function effectively and efficiently, and to provide comprehensive and relevant intelligence in a timely and responsive manner in accordance with NATO policy, doctrine and guidance. The purpose of the Intelligence Functional System (INTEL-FS2) is to provide the NATO Intelligence community with an integrated, robust and flexible capability supporting a set of services available throughout the Bi-Strategic Command Automated Information System (Bi-SC AIS) for the direction, collection, processing, and dissemination of intelligence.
INTEL-FS Functionality is planned to be performed in spirals. In the scope of this present Spiral 2, delivery of the functionality of INTEL-FS2 will be performed by two separate contracts:
Within the scope of I2BE Contract, new NATO-owned INTEL-FS backend services will be delivered for deployment to the NATO Command Structure (NCS) operational network.
The I2BE will replace the current web application backend part of INTEL-FS Spiral 1. Within the scope of I2UA Contract, a set of user applications will be delivered to NATO for directing intelligence collection, and for analyzing and visualizing intelligence data in support of the NATO Intelligence community and the Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) community. The I2UA will replace the current user interface part of INTEL-FS Spiral 1.”
Project Kick-Off meeting held on September 12, 2022. Project duration is approximately 3.5 years. After final system acceptance, 1 year warranty period will begin.
There are 9 Increments in the project. Each increment will be approximately 4 months. At the end of the each increment, planned applications and services will be delivered to NCIA.
All project development and delivery will be on Azure NSF (NATO Software Factory). System will run on NATO SOA&IdM platform. Project will be developed in accordance with Agile Software Development Methodology, BDD (Behavioral Driven Development) and DSDM (Dynamic Systems Development Method).
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