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Ausschreibung - Er­neue­rung des Mes­sa­ging Ser­vice in Eschborn (ID:13452710)


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To meet these essential needs, the Military Messaging service is used for transactions between Organizations and delivery to the role responsible for acting upon the message on behalf of the...
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DE-65760: Er­neue­rung des Mes­sa­ging Ser­vice
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Auftraggeber:
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Communications and Information Agency (NCIA)

Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle (BAFA)
- Referat 423 -
Postfach 51 60
65726 Eschborn
Tel.: 06196/908-2257
Fax: 06196/908-11 2257

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To meet these essential needs, the Military Messaging service is used for
transactions between Organizations and delivery to the role responsible
for acting upon the message on behalf of the organization. This, combined
with survivability in times of crisis, are the key characteristics of the Military
Messaging service.

The NNMS project is intended to provide tools and services consisting of a
software application, message processing, management features and
gateway services that will allow Staff Officers to exchange Military
Messages within NATO and with connected NATO nations as part of the
formal Command, Control and Communications (C3) activities.
The solution will be based on the adoption of an operational Military
Messaging capability that already has hardened in-service maturity, has
been nationally accredited and can be evidenced as such to meet an
established set of requirements.

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Unternehmen werden gebeten, sich bis zum 07.11.2017 mit Bezug auf das Geschäftszeichen 423-7689/OS (NCIA) beim
Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle (BAFA)
- Referat 423 -
Postfach 51 60
65726 Eschborn
Tel.: 06196/908-2257
Fax: 06196/908-11 2257

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Sprache:
Deutsch

Sonstiges
Annex A- Summary of the Requirements
1. Introduction
The NNMS project will provide:
Exchange of critical information and official correspondence throughout
the NATO commands, agencies, and to connected NATO Nations, in a
manner optimised to meet stringent requirements for assurance of timely
delivery, survivability, reliability, ease of use, security, integrity, nonrepudiation and archiving commensurate with the executions of military
Command and Control (C2).

To meet these essential needs, the Military Messaging service is used for
transactions between Organizations and delivery to the role responsible
for acting upon the message on behalf of the organization. This, combined
with survivability in times of crisis, are the key characteristics of the Military
Messaging service.

The NNMS project is intended to provide tools and services consisting of a
software application, message processing, management features and
gateway services that will allow Staff Officers to exchange Military
Messages within NATO and with connected NATO nations as part of the
formal Command, Control and Communications (C3) activities.
The solution will be based on the adoption of an operational Military
Messaging capability that already has hardened in-service maturity, has
been nationally accredited and can be evidenced as such to meet an
established set of requirements.

2. Project Scope
This project will replace elements of the NATO legacy Military Messaging capability
with NNMS.
In line with ACT Supplemental Information Document (SID) and Minimum Military
Requirements (MMR), this project will provide the tools and services that will allow
exchange of Military Messages throughout the NATO Enterprise, and with
connected NATO Nations.

The NNMS service will be designed to satisfy the Military Messaging requirements
of the static entities of the NATO Enterprise, and of the 13 NATO Nations using the
current legacy NATO Military Messaging system. It will not initially change the
current interface to the National ACP 127 gateways to ensure continuity of the
current interoperability mechanisms. These interfaces will be migrated from AIFS
to NNMS after Final release of NNMS, during the in-support phase
NNMS will be deployed in static locations on the NS network.
NNMS will be designed so that the same capability can be deployed in both the
static and deployed environments, interoperable with Deployable Computer
Information Systems (DCIS). NNMS deployment on DCIS is currently out of scope
of this project.

The NNMS service will be virtualised and hosted on the infrastructure provided by
the ITM project.
The NNMS capability will provide the following:
A single user interface for message drafting and receiving;
Message handling to pass messages from the originator to the recipient;
Automatic distribution of incoming and outgoing messages to local
addressees based on information within a message, and rules reflecting
operational and administrative procedures;
An Address List Expansion component to expand address lists in a message;
Archiving of all incoming and outgoing messages;
A Workflow Engine to support the coordination of message preparation;
Service Management & Control tooling to ensure the solution is up and
running, accessible and available to users, messages are tracked and
monitored, and the service is operating and performing within the
parameters agreed;
A dedicated repository to store user, role, organizational, and systemwide
information;
Interoperability mechanisms, i.e.:
An ACP 127 Gateway to exchange messages with connected ACP
127 networks. The gateway will initially only interface with the legacy
solution (AIFS).
An ACP 145 gateway (as costed and evaluated option) to exchange
messages with Nations and external systems.
A multi-purpose gateway (as costed but non-evaluated option) to
exchange messages with Nations and external systems.
As part of the in-suppport phase, migration where current ACP 127
interfaces with Nations will move to the NNMS ACP 127 Gateway and
some interfaces will move to new protocols ACP 145 or Multi-purpose
gateways.

NNMS will be robust and reliable, with a 24/7 availability.
NNMS will utilise certificates provided by the NATO Public Key Infrastructure
(NPKI) service.
NNMS will utilise the NATO Enterprise Directory Services (NEDS); which will
provide Directory synchronisation between various NATO directory and data
repositories. NNMS data repository will synchronise with NEDS to make use of the
directory information available, in particular ACP 127 addresses. NNMS will also
publish/replicate information back into NEDS so as to make them available to other
sources.
The NNMS project scope includes:

Project management
Requirements Analysis, System Engineering/Design, Testing, Site
Surveys
Security accreditation
Site implementation
Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)
5 years of Operation and Maintenance support
3. Geographical implementation
The NNMS Service will be provided centrally from the following sites where NNMS
components will be deployed:
Operational
MARCOM (Northwood, UK)
NATO Headquarters (NATO HQ) (Brussels, Belgium)
SHAPE (Mons, Belgium)
JFC NAPLES (Lago Patria, Italy)
Training and Reference
NCIA Training Academy (Lisbon, Portugal)
NCIA PMIC Testbed (The Hague, The Netherlands)
NCIA IV&V Testbed (Mons, Belgium)
JFTC (Bydgoszcz, Poland)
JWC (Stavanger, Norway)
Mission Preparation Environments (Mons, Belgium and Lago Patria,
Italy), also known as Mission Information Rooms (MIR)

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