The Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) application continues to grow as SCIP team members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), and Defense Security Assistance Development Center (DSADC) participate in a number of business process and system design meetings to develop new user functionality.
Case Information Community
Upgrades to this community were migrated into the production environment on 18 November 2009. Changes include:
* Case Status Page: On the Customer Service/Implementing Agency sort, document type and document status are now visible after the case ID in each scrollable section. Document type is also visible after the case ID in each scrollable section of the Case Status by Status sort.
* Case Detail Report: All documents for a case, regardless of a document's type or status or what was selected on the Case Status screen, are now reflected. General case-level information is on the left, and document-specific information is on the right. Using tabs and dropdowns at the top, users can select a document to be viewed, after which the report will regenerate with the selected document's information.
* The Case History Report is no longer available. All data that was available on it can now be found on the Case Detail Report.
* The Milestone Report is now available to all users. The milestones are listed across the top of the report in typical chronological order. The document types are listed down the left-hand side. The Basic document is listed first, followed by Amendments and Modifications in alphabetical order, and then the Implemented document.
* The Inputs page was significantly redesigned to retain consistency across the Case Information community in the way input forms are displayed. Users now make selections from various dropdown menus in order to see the appropriate input form.
Case Execution Community- Department of Defense Electronic Mall
The Department of Defense (DOD) electronic mall (EMALL) application is once again available through SCIP as of 19 November 2009, employing a single sign-on (i.e., once you log into SCIP, you do not need a separate user account to log into the DOD EMALL). The EMALL application, found in the Case Execution Community, is automatically made available to all SCIP users who have the authority to view requisitions in the Case Information Community.
The EMALL allows authorized users, by country, to query and view the status of all open foreign military sales (FMS) requisition orders found in DLA's Enterprise Business System (EBS) and also allows users to …