Case Execution Management Information System and Security Cooperation Information Portal Updates

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Case Execution Management Information System and Security Cooperation Information Portal Updates


[Reprinted from the Defense Security Assistance Management System's, Security Cooperation Information Portal Newsletter, Volume VII, Issue No. 3, March 31, 2003, https://dsams.dsca.osd.mil/longon/logo.asp.]

The Case Execution Management Information Systems (CEMIS) Team met at the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) Headquarters on 19 through 21 March 2003, in their continuing effort to support CEMIS requirements development and the ongoing analysis of alternatives (AOA) study being performed by DSCA in conjunction with the Standard Systems Group (SSG) at Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, Alabama. They are the only CEMIS team actively meeting at this time. Primarily, the System's Team is concentrating on the completion of two products which have been in development for several months.

* The Master Data Table Inventory - The team is developing a comprehensive file of all the following legacy system records file sizes and total data storage/working storage requirements.

** Centralized Integratey System for International Logistics (CISIL)

** Management Information System for International Logistics (MISIL)

** Security Assistance Management Information System (SAMIS)

** Case Management Control System (CMCS)

** Defense Integrated Financial System (DIES)

This information will be used to: "size" the future CEMIS database, estimate the cost of conversion program software development and estimate the conversion duration (i.e., downtime).

* The Interface Master Table -- The team is developing a comprehensive file of all existing legacy system interfaces, a list of all current interfaces not addressed in the current CEIvilS ORD requirements version, and a list of all interfaces that may not exist today, but are necessary to accommodate CEMIS requirements for the future.

In addition, the team also met with the U.S. Customs Service and Department of Commerce who provided an introductory brief on a new systems development effort entitled Automated Commercial Environment -- International Trade Data System (ACE-ITDS). ACE-IDTS will be developed as the single Federal system for the entry of all data/information relating to imports and exports. …

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