Data sharing initiative

Defense Department CIO John Stenbit mandated the creation of a central registry of extensible markup language, or XML, components. Defense Department offices will register components they build or procure through this clearinghouse, which is run by the Defense Information Systems Agency. This registry will pave the way for offices to easily create systems that share information, said Patrick Fines of defense integrator FGM Inc., Dulles, Va. Fines is the director of the registry work that the company is doing for DISA.


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