USAF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Client: NAVAIR / US Air Force
Historically, USAF deficiency reporting that involved classified information or equipment was either reported on common, non-secure systems with classified information removed (impairing the investigation of problems) or processed using program specific, stovepipe secure systems with no standardized process or data collection.
Sierra developed and maintains the Joint Deficiency Reporting System-Classified (JDRS-C) website, hosted on the DoD Secure Internet Protocol Router (SIPR) network. JDRS-C implements the same standardized dataset and workflow process as the non-secure version that is hosted on the Non Secure Internet Protocol Router (NIPR) network which is mandated for use by all services.
- All deficiency reports investigated in JDRS-C enable specific data controls that isolate deficiency data to only those individuals cleared by the Program Office associated with the investigation.
- Standardized datasets and workflow process eliminates the need to develop program unique solutions to mandatory deficiency reporting.
- Provides the ability to collaborate among services for commonly used equipment and material.
- Common access/account maintenance process shared with the non-secure version to simplify JDRS-C access for users while keeping account data separate/secure.