DOD JSIN

DOD JSIN

Full IT Services in support of the Joint Services Information Network.

 

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IntePros Federal supports the Joint Staff Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) which requires full service information technology (IT) support for the Joint Staff Information Network (JSIN) enclaves, to include systems integration, network operations, information assurance execution, end-user support, asset management, and procurement. The JSIN enclaves currently consist of NIPRNET, SIPRNET, Top Secret Collateral, and a Coalition Releasable networks which are known as JSIN-U, JSIN-S, JSIN-T, and JSIN-REL, respectively. There are a total of over 5,000 desktop terminals and 300 servers of varying security levels. There are approximately 2,500 users of the JSIN enclaves which reside mostly at the Pentagon and senior leaders are provided support at their quarters. In addition, there are approximately 100 DoD Intelligence Information System Trusted Workstations (DTW) that support cross-domain connectivity to include Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS). Alternate sites are supported for Continuity of Operations (COOP). The JSIN enclaves are state-of-the-art infra-structures that support cross-domain (network security administration), client-server, thin-client, external access, remote access, service-oriented architecture-based applications, collaboration tools, web portal, organizational messaging, and audiovisual capabilities. While the Joint Staff runs its servers, services, and applications, the U.S. Army ITA manages the Pentagon wide-area network infrastructure (i.e., technical control facility, switches, routers, cryptography, and circuit monitoring).

IntePros Federal has provided cloud migration of major applications such as email, EJMAPS, and NIPR. IntePros addresses specifically the support required to plan effectively and efficiently manage, develop, deliver, test, integrate, and sustain capabilities while providing effective oversight to support the JSIN architectures and enable the needed connectivity with other networks. Although the Joint Staff OCIO is the service provider for the JSIN enclaves, OCIO provides a central role by tracking and facilitating IT requirements solutions and support issues with external IT service providers (i.e., DoD TS/SCI networks, Pentagon network services, various command and control systems, and DISA cloud network services).

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