Sharing the most current and relevant information over a secure network among geographically separated groups is critical to mission success. However, organizations generally lack standardized, enterprise-wide reporting tools to properly collect, analyze, and present their mission information.

The Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE) addresses the unmet need of getting classified information to authorized groups who might not otherwise share data. CIDNE’s robust, net-centric reporting, automated workflow management, and faceted search tools provide a sophisticated, secure method of data collection, data analysis, and information dissemination—all within a customizable, user-friendly interface—for organizations in any area of operation.

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CIDNE’s common framework allows structured information to be shared vertically and horizontally within a flexible, user-defined workflow process that collects, correlates, aggregates, and exposes data as part of the end-user’s unique information needs. To keep data secure, access can be limited by classification and is delineable by unit, theater, clearance level, and more.

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CIDNE features a user interface with customizable dashboards for creating and modifying reporting and information displays as well as new delete and restore permissions for authorized users. The framework supports kinetic and non-kinetic operations capabilities, and the form-authoring tools allow for custom, complex, and interactive report forms. Users can also search multiple data types and view workflow histories for any report and audit changes.

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CIDNE complies with multiple U.S. and coalition network requirements and is interoperable with more than 30 U.S., NATO, and coalition systems. As a result, it has become the primary tool for authoritative data in deployed environments worldwide, supporting several communities, to include the following:

  • Civil Affairs
  • Counter IED
  • Engagement
  • Human Terrain
  • Indirect Fires
  • Information Operations
  • Operations
  • Targeting