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    A-Space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      The United States Intelligence Community A-Space, or Analytic Space, is a project from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence's (ODNI) Office of Analytic Transformation and Technology to develop a common collaborative workspace for all analysts from the USIC. It is accessible from common workstations and provides unprecedented access to interagency databases, a capability to search classified and unclassified sources simultaneously, web-based messaging, and collaboration tools. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is the executive agent for building the first phase of A-Space. Initial operational capability was scheduled for December 2007.[1] A-Space went live on the government's classified Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System 22 September 2008.[2] A-Space is built on Jive Software's Clearspace application (which has been superseded by Jive's Social Business Software).[3]

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