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On behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Physical Security Enterprise & Analysis Group (PSEAG) Detection & Assessment (D&A) Integrated Process Team (IPT), I invite and/or seek your assistance to gather information to further our understanding on currently technologies and/or prototypes efforts, that could align within the PSEAG D&A focus area and meet capability gaps faced by the Services today and into the future. PSEAG invites industry, academia, and other Government organizations to submit their innovative technology solutions through an RFI process. Select information gathered will be used to populate a PSEAG D&A Technology Roadmap and catalog/archive for possible capability demonstration events focused on the protection of government infrastructure and facility security.
The current PSEAG D&A Roadmap RFI is posted on the VULCAN platform. (https://www.vulcan-sof.com). Vulcan is a technology scouting platform that allows the enterprise to collaborate readily and by default on the discovery and assessment of technologies of relevance to the warfighter. Vulcan is a responsive web-based application that allows scouts to rapidly collect technology information in the form of scout cards on multiple devices. It allows scouts to easily share technology profiles and conduct collaborative assessments so as to eliminate redundancies and increase efficiencies for the enterprise. For those that are unfamiliar with VULCAN I have included an attachment above explaining the platform and its utility. The submission deadline is 5:00 PM EST on 15 June 2018.
The SEIWG proudly announces the public availability of the SEIWG National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) and the SEIWG-0102-NIEM Interoperability Standard, "The SEIWG Force Protection Systems Physical Security Equipment Information Exchange." SEIWG-0102-NIEM focuses on transitioning the established SEIWG data model to conformance with NIEM in response to DoDI 8320.07, which stipulates the use of NIEM-based exchanges for new or modernizing Extensible Markup Language (XML) information exchanges.
The SEIWG proudly announces the availability of its 0101C Interoperability Standard, the SEIWG Force Protection Systems Sensor Information Interchange. The updated XML communication interoperability standard focuses on the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network transport interface using subscription messaging. In addition, it increases the prescriptiveness of the interoperability standard from past versions and eliminates previous potential ambiguity.
Although the next FPED is currently not scheduled at this time the PSEAG fully intends to execute future FPED events.
The PSEAG has undergone a drastic branding change to update the logo in an effort to modernize the look of the PSEAG. Wonder what the symbols and text mean? Take a look here and find out more...
The PSE RDT&E equipment and studies summarized in this document represent the culmination of identified PS and FP requirements from the Services and coordinated with appropriate Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Joint Staff organizations, as well as identified findings and recommendations reported by ongoing Department policy and security reviews.Download the PDF
The Department of Defense has the responsibility to protect its personnel, installations, and resources from various threats throughout the world. This Strategic Plan Summary outlines the path the PSEAG is taking forward to ensure its personnel, installations, and resources are protected.PSEAG 2016-2021 Strategic Plan Summary
DoD Instruction 3224.03 - Physical Security Equipment (PSE) Research, Development, Test, and EvaluationOctober 1, 2007
The DoD Instruction regarding Physical Security Equipment (PSE) Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) updates policies and assigns responsibilities for the RDT&E, Advanced Component Development and Prototypes (ACD&P) and System Development and Demonstration (SDD) of PSE in the Department of Defense according to Reference (d), DoD Instruction 5000.2, DoD Directive (DoDD) O-5210.41, DoDD 5143.01, Part 12 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and Deputy Secretary of Defense guidance of July 19, 2004, and October 10, 2005 (References (e) through (j)).Download the PDF
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