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JOINT ANALYSIS NET-CENTRIC EVALUATION TESTING TOOLKIT (JANETT)
WHAT IS JANETT?
- Flexible rule-based tool suite allows for adding new protocols and updating existing protocols.
- Reduces the amount of code changes required to support new and updated protocol versions.
- Supports protocol message Data Collection, Reduction, Analysis (DCRA), and display in support of Developmental Testing, Operational Testing, Standards Conformance Testing, Interoperability Testing, and Cyber.
- Data monitoring interfaces for multiple message protocols
- Real-time and post-test situational and scrolling message displays
- Real-time and post-test analysis with standards validation capability
Over the years, as JANETT capabilities and services have evolved, so have our customer’s needs. We clearly understand those needs and that they are asking us to go beyond tracking and reporting capabilities and move towards product validation against standards and specifications. They need a support tool to better capture the collective direction of their efforts. As a result, we've put significant investment and sweat equity into our JANETT program and services over the past year. JANETT was developed to support gaps in automated testing and quickly adapt to changes in digital data structures. In doing so, we have catapulted JANETT from a data collection and display tool to a tool that provides the analyst with a multitude of near-real time and post-test validation capabilities. Our goal is to provide the data developing and architecture data flow communities a clear insight towards meeting their interoperability requirements and efforts.
JANETT IS A CONSTRUCT THAT...
JANETT POINTS OF CONTACT
- Focuses on functional services that are needed by users — and demands cross-organizational cooperation.
- Provides a framework for building / leveraging net-centric solutions that are:
- More cost effective
- Supporting incremental (spiral) fielding of capabilities
- Promoting re-using and web service interfacing with existing systems and services
Commercial: (520) 538-3955, DSN: 879-3955
Commercial: (520) 538-1765, DSN: 879-1765
Joint Interoperability Test Command
Public Affairs Office
Attn: JANETT Support Team
PO Box 12798
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85670-2798
JITC DATA MANAGEMENT TOOL (JDMT)
WHAT IS THE JDMT?
The Joint Data Management Tool (JDMT) is a Web-based application. JDMT comprises modules tailored to the collection of common types of test data used to support test missions.
JDMT provides worldwide, online, standardized capabilities for data entry, access, and use of various Data Management (DM) and data analysis tools, data authentication, test incident reporting,
template data collection forms, Test Strategy creation and management, Joint Information Environment (JIE) Evaluation Framework creation, management and association, user manuals and tutorials,
help desk support, and data storage for unclassified and classified data. JDMT stores test data in a centralized repository in near-real-time and, when warranted, associates the collected data to the intended requirements
(e.g., Critical Operational Issues (COIs), Measures of Effectiveness/Measures of Suitability (MOEs/MOSs), and Measures of Performance (MOPs)) when created in the JIE Evaluation Framework. Additionally, JDMT provides meaningful exception, help messages, online help capability, and "mouseover" help, where applicable.
JDMT begins analyzing the data, both quantitative and qualitative (surveys, data collection forms, incident reports, Use Cases, Test Cases, Test Scenarios and Test Steps), as it is collected during test execution. Users can quickly access JDMT to determine the status of data collection as well as the status of the
measures for which the data is being collected. Users can also employ JDMT to generate reports showing a graphical representation of the collections against COIs, MOEs/MOSs, and/or MOPs.
Projects opting to use JDMT can select which modules to use. However, tailoring of the JDMT for specific projects is primarily accomplished through the assignment of user roles and privileges
HOW DO I ACCESS THE JDMT?
The JDMIT is located at https://jdmt.nit.disa.mil/JDMT/. Visit the link to create a user account and request access to a project or event.
For assistance, contact the JDMT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JITC INDUSTRY TOOLKIT (JIT)
WHAT IS THE JIT?
The JITC Industry Toolkit (JIT) provides high speed access to key interoperability information. The heart of the system is an extensive data repository featuring the JITC Lessons Learned Reports, JITC Test Reports, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Interface Guide, Joint Interoperability Certification Letters, and other interoperability documents and references; as well as a high speed search engine to quickly access data. This tool gives a quick and easy on-line capability which identifies system/equipment characteristics, tested configurations and practical "how-to" information to facilitate Interoperability.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE JIT?
To access the JIT you will require access to either a NIPRNET/Internet or SIPRNET workstation and a web browser.
1. NIPRNET INSTRUCTIONS
Please visit this URL: https://jit.fhu.disa.mil
IMPORTANT: The JIT requires the use of a DoD-issued Identification Certificate to gain access to the website. An Identification Certificate issued by a DoD-approved External Certificate Authority is also acceptable. When asked to verify certificate, be sure to select your Non-email certificate.
Please direct any questions to the JITC Webmaster.
2. SIPRNET INSTRUCTIONS
If you would like more information about the SIPRNET JIT please contact JITC Webmaster.
SYSTEM TRACKING PROGRAM (STP)
WHAT IS THE STP?
The System Tracking Program (STP) is an on-line database that tracks a system's progress toward joint interoperability certification. The STP monitors the complete life-cycle of Information Technology (IT) and National Security Systems (NSS) from requirements/capabilities document status, to Interim Certificate to Operate (ICTO), through test and evaluation, and culminating with joint interoperability certification status.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE STP?
Please visit this URL: https://stp.fhu.disa.mil
Click on "Apply for STP User Account." Fill out the form completely, then press the "Submit Request" button. A username and password will be assigned after designated approval authorities at the JITC review the application. Turnaround time is approximately two workdays. You will then receive an e-mail informing you if your request has been approved or denied.
Please note that the NIPRNET STP is available to .MIL or .GOV domain users only. Contractors applying for STP access must have a government sponsor and a need-to-know.
Please visit this URL: https://stp.fhu.disa.smil.mil
Please note that the SIPRNET STP does not require a user account (i.e., username and password). Access to the SIPRNET STP is open to all cleared personnel with access to a SIPRNET workstation.
STP ACCESS PROBLEM POINTS OF CONTACT
(520) 538-1753, DSN 879-1753 or (520) 538-4396, DSN 879-4396
GENERAL STP QUESTIONS POINTS OF CONTACT
(520) 538-5480, DSN 879-5480