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September 04, 2003

In a crisis, interoperability is paramount

The homeland security task force of the Government Electronics and IT Association has published a study, which GCN reports says: In a crisis, interoperability is paramount.

From the study:
The Department of Homeland Security architecture should be interoperability driven versus technology driven. The Federal environment often is focused primarily on control and governance, not always about defining how the job really needs to get done.

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