The Joint Network Management System (JNMS) is a software system consisting of modules for planning and engineering, monitoring, control and reconfiguration, spectrum management, and security (information assurance /communication security). It provides the commanders, combatant commands, joint task forces and service component headquarters a common, automated planning and management tool that will plan, monitor and control the joint communications and data backbone associated with a JTF/JSOTF.
The Integrated System Control (ISYSCON) V(I), V(2) provides the signal commander and staff with a centralized automated planning and control capability to assist in managing tactical communication systems in support of combat forces, weapons systems and battlefield automated systems. It will function as the battlefield signal command and control management system at division through theater echelons or in support of independent task force operations. The ISYSCON V(4) is the S6's tool to provide network management to the local area network (LAN) at division, brigade and battalion tactical operation centers (TOCs) and command posts (CPs). The ISYSCON (V)4 gives the signal soldier the capability to manage the Tactical Internet (TI), perform Force XXl battle command, brigade and below (FBCB^sup 2^) network and security administration functions, and monitor the enhanced position location reporting system (EPLRS) network.
Information Dissemination Management-Tactical (IDM-T) is a suite of tools that enables tactical users to distribute mission-critical information to commanders, allowing them to streamline the decision-making process on the battlefield. …