Transforming Intra- and Interagency Processes through Advanced Models and Simulations: An Information Assurance Model
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC
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Collaboration among government organizations offers a venue for dramatic improvement in times of national stress. In no technical area is there a greater requirement for collaboration and cooperation than in the field of Information Assurance. Recent innovations in agent-based modeling and other information technologies offer potential for significant progress in improving intra- and interagency processes in Information Assurance and other disciplines. This paper demonstrates how a convergence of Stuart Kauffmans Patches Theory with Agent-Based Evidence Marshaling can lead to new ways of visualizing and leveraging areas for cooperation among US government organizations and the policies that guide them.
- Computer Systems Management and Standards