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NATO Wants Public Input on Information Environment Assessment Capability
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NATO Wants Public Input on Information Environment Assessment Capability

Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation Norfolk, Virginia has issued a request to information for public comments on the future NATO Information Environment Assessment Program.

HQ SACT published a special notice Tuesday stating that the intergovernmental military alliance needs an information environment assessment capability. This ability combines analysts experience with predictive analytics, data management, visualization, and visualization to create a common digital platform to support strategic communications.

The capability would enable NATO analysts to visualise open-source, publicly-available information and draw conclusions and suggestions to support senior leaders and communicators making data-driven decision-making.

The IEA team is looking for information on data management tools and data analysis tools that can be used to support the development of a modular, non-monolithic platform.

The RFI is open for responses from interested parties until February 28, 2021.

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