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What does IER stand for?

IER stands for Information Exchange Requirement

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  • Military and Government

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The aforementioned ECPs, which comprise Block 1, address three of the ESCs' top four information exchange requirements (9-line brief/target coordinates, DGTs/SPI to JTAC and FAC(A), target area imagery marked with targets or DGTs).
The integration of the Direct Project software into the iMedicor SocialHIE platform will now allow for secure transmission of patient-specific data, including records, files, test results, images and other healthcare related information, both inside and outside our secure network, and give organizations with health information exchange requirements a low-cost alternative to the more expensive platforms.
Its software sits at the heart of many secure messaging infrastructures that cater to specific Communities of Interest (CoI), all of which are steadily evolving their 'ways of working' and refreshing technology to meet ever more complex 21st century information exchange requirements.
One of the ways this is accomplished is by developing Army Information Exchange Requirements (IERs) that establish reporting criteria for time-critical and actionable "survival" information and intelligence to support Army mission planning and execution of operations, to include support to both Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
The traffic profile consists of a subset of mission independent information exchanges between producer-consumer pairs that is directly traceable to the operational information exchange requirements and is required for modeling application-level user traffic.