Yes, here is a list of our current opportunities.
Like many technology-based companies, we recruit from a number of sources. One of our most frequent sources of new hires is referrals from our employees and business partners. Our website is also a great way to find qualified candidates. However, our most important recruiting tool is the ISS company culture that encourages growth and opportunity. You can read more about this here.
Our Certification & Accreditation (C&A) team are experts at leading projects through the appropriate government security and process requirements for operational use.
Yes, read about our Small Business and University Technical Transition Program.
Visit our Contact us page and select Partnerships.
What is Topic Builder?
Topic Builder is a highly configurable natural language tool for interrogating unstructured closed and open source information.
Can I get a demonstration of Topic Builder’s search, discovery and analytics features?
Yes. Visit our Contact Us page and select Topic Builder.
Does Topic Builder also extract intel from native languages?
Topic Builder uses natural language processing (NLP) capabilities to extract data from local languages.
Is Dfuze a Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) product?
No. Dfuze is a licensed product.
Who is Dfuze designed for?
Dfuze was designed to assist agency command staff, intelligence division chiefs, crime analysts, tactical intelligence officers, criminal investigators, patrol officers, and critical incident responders with using actionable data more effectively.
What products are available in the Dfuze suite?
The Dfuze suite includes Dfuze360, Dfuze Net, Dfuze Mobile, ReportDesk, and OnsiteC2.
Can I securely download intelligence from ReportDesk?
All data can be downloaded as secure Dfuze Transmission files for quick import into your Dfuze system.
What is the benefit of OnsiteC2?
OnsiteC2 gives Command the ability to not only monitor the geographical location of their assets while they are deployed, but also to view precisely what and where imagery was captured, allowing for an instant and informed decision to be made.
What languages does INDURE support?
INDURE is a multi-lingual reporting tool that supports a breadth of languages including English, Dari, Hangul & Pashtu.
Is INDURE web based?
INDURE is a web-based application that ensures government organizations have world-wide access.
Does INDURE come with mobile functionality?
INDURE’s mobile app is a direct interface to the INDURE system, delivering the same features as the web-based application (including multi-lingual support). It provides real time reporting and data sharing that may immediately affect the planning or logistics of a mission.
Is CIDNE a Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) product?
Yes. CIDNE is available license-free for any Federal Government agency. The newest release of CIDNE is built on open source components, meaning government clients will not pay licensing costs for database and software infrastructure. This results in reduced installation and operating costs across the board.
Is the information housed within CIDNE secure?
CIDNE is accredited for use on multiple US and Coalition networks. We leverage and extend the security of Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE) by limiting data access by classification and allowing information to be delineated by unit, theater and more.
Are the reporting capabilities customizable?
CIDNE provides the ability to create custom reports, dashboards, and queries that allow analysts and operators to drill down into relevant data.
Does CIDNE incorporate geospatial reporting?
Yes. Reports can be viewed on a map using GeoStratus, an embedded geospatial tool where search results can be visualized.
What is C2Core?
C2Core provides a single, temporal and geospatial data structure with supporting mission applications for managing and interacting with operational intelligence.
Does C2Core interface with both kinetic and non-kinetic engagements?
Yes, C2Core supports both kinetic and non-kinetic operations.
Is the C2Core system scalable for large-scale initiatives?
The C2Core system is highly adaptable with functionality ranging from one user to one-hundred.
What is the value of implementing a C2Core solution?
There are certain aspects of a commander’s environment that are common to multiple mission applications. For example, resources, taskings, requests, and locations are often utilized by multiple applications. A C2 framework will manage these common data elements via reusable software modules that are capable of being presented and packaged in a custom, tailored application.
What missions can benefit from using C2 software?
There are a wide variety of operations that can benefit from a C2 program including air operations, attack maneuvers, electronic combat, escorts, reconnaissance, ground alert, and refueling missions.
Is WebTAS a Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) product?
Yes. WebTAS is available license-free for any Federal Government agency.
What network accreditations does WebTAS hold?
WebTAS is accredited on all major DoD, Intelligence, coalition and NATO networks.
What domains has WebTAS been applied to?
WebTAS has been used in a wealth of domains including intelligence analysis, homeland defense, civil aviation, special operations, law enforcement, maritime, counter-terrorism, command and control, and space.
Is WebTAS customizable?
The WebTAS platform can be easily customized to fit any organization’s unique analytical and information technology needs.
We support a vast majority of technology solutions to include data integration, visualization, Semantic Reasoning, Complex Event Processing, Natural Language Processing (NLP), cloud computing, etc.
What are intelligence analytics?
Intelligence analytics are programs that help analysts make data more understandable and, in sophisticated ways, empower intelligence analysts to find clues and create knowledge that would be otherwise hidden within vast stores of sensor data and archived reporting.
How does the ISS analytics system work?
ISS analytics operate in the background performing four specific tasks that help analysts make sense of their data. The first function creates a workflow that parses and formats data, which in turn prepares the data for concept extraction. Secondly, the concept extraction function creates new data that prioritizes the original data by flagging pertinent instances of entities, events, locations, and time.
The third function is association, which gives the data basic context by linking together the instances of entities and events to their specific times and places. Finally, the fourth enrichment function is the correlation of associated events—the development of relationships between related entities and events within the context of their specific times and places.
How does the analytics system impact the user?
The ISS analytics system provides a user-controlled sandbox to facilitate finding and comparing existing intelligence and creation of intuitive visualizations; automatic source material meta-tagging for classification, sources, and authority; user-customizable production and coordination workflows with organizational templates; and support for organizational collaboration.
Which ISS products offer intel analytics?
Both our WebTAS Enterprise and Dfuze programs offer intel analytics as a part of their suite of services.
Counter – Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IEDs)
How do ISS solutions combat IEDs?
Our solutions provide a community-based approach to combatting IEDs, collecting data from sources across the globe for a multi-disciplinary, worldwide, whole-of-government response. The ease of operational reporting and data quality assurance has given ISS a leadership role in the application of cloud computing and service oriented architectures to counter IEDs.
Which products use Counter-IED technology?
Many of our products feature Counter-IED technology including CIDNE and Dfuze.
What are the benefits of implementing humanitarian assistance software?
Multi-national humanitarian assistance initiatives require a pathway for intel communication while simultaneously maintaining security over access to that intelligence. A humanitarian assistance software platform provides permission controls to maintain security, makes it easy to share mission-essential knowledge with other national forces, and creates a data transferal channel to leave invaluable intelligence behind with the local government when pulling out.
Why is the transferal of data so important in a humanitarian assistance mission?
The common goal of all humanitarian assistance is to transition the responsibility for maintaining strength from external entities to local or national ones. Passing on the knowledge gained while operating in-country to local forces is invaluable in ensuring the continued strength of the nation or region. It allows local commanders to take over country-wide initiatives seamlessly and make tactical decisions with actionable data.
Where has humanitarian assistance software been used successfully in the past?
Humanitarian assistance software has been used in conflict zones across the world including Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Pacific Rim.
Air Force C2
Which products include a C2 framework?
Our C2Core product is a C2 framework with deep command and control functionality.
What is predictive policing/intelligence-led policing?
Predictive policing aims to reduce the amount of reactive decisions by providing analysts, police and decision makers the intelligence needed to be proactive about anticipating and countering possible incidents.
We offer training and certification programs for CIDNE, WebTAS, INDURE, C2CORE, and Dfuze product suites. To ask about training for one of our products visit the Contact Us page and select the product you want to know more about.
We work under contract for multiple government agencies. Visit our contract vehicles page to learn more.
We work closely with the AFRL in a variety of fields including advanced research, intelligence systems, ISR, machine learning, complex event processing, and C2 applications. The ASPERE contract leverages our ability to field operational capability of WebTAS, C2CORE and CIDNE products to Air Force and Joint Enablement customers.
Absolutely. Our products and services are adaptable to any organization’s unique situation, operational needs, and analytical technology infrastructure.
Many of our technologies and products are available license free to the US Federal Government. Our products are Government off-the-shelf (GOTS) meaning they are also reusable to our government customers.
Yes, you can find the schedule here.
We provide our services to US organizations around the world operating in many different theaters, including CENTCOM, AFRICOM, EUCOM, PACOM and SOUTHCOM.
We have offices across the U.S. in New York, Virginia, DC, and Florida, as well as an office in the UK. For more information visit our Contact page.
Our headquarters is in Colorado Springs, CO.
ISS develops sophisticated data visualization, event analysis, pattern detection, mission planning, and mobile software using net-centric and enterprise architectures. This allows us to provide top of the line solutions for government organizations to manage, disseminate, and take action on pertinent intelligence.