NATO RFI: Enablement Support Services to include Electronic Health Records Exchange

Notice ID: RFI-ACT-SACT-21-37

Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT) has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to establish the art-of-the-possible and state-of-the-art with respect to technologies and products in the area of NATO Enablement (Logistics, Medical, and Military Engineering) Command and Control so as to support NATO Governance decision-making on Common-Funded Capability Development.

ESS will provide NATO commanders the greatest Logistics, Medical, and Military Engineering flexibility for the conduct of future NATO operations through coordinated Command and Control (C2) services across Logistics, Medical, and Military Engineering business processes. For this RFI, “C2” means the ability to plan (including modelling and simulation), choose, prepare, execute, assess, and adapt actions (e.g. military operations).

4.2. The ESS solution must provide consistent, coherent, and collaborative C2 using integrated and managed data, in static and deployed environments, integrating Alliance, NATO Nations, and non-NATO data sources, with managed access control. Non-NATO sources may be non-member countries with which the Alliance has established cooperation and partnership, international or non-governmental organizations, and the commercial sector.

4.3. To deliver this consistency, ESS will deliver a set of systems that facilitate reporting, modelling and simulation, analysis and visualization, data management, and collaboration across all three ESS domains (Logistics, Medical and Military Engineering)…

Coordinate Electronic Health Records Exchange

Act as a facilitator / broker for the sharing of patient information to support medical treatment within applicable regulations for Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and Personal Health Information (PHI)…

Maintain Processes (Log) Assist in the maintenance of logistics business processes between the end of one operation and the initialization and configuration of logistics capabilities in support of another operation. This entails adaptation to processes, functions and supporting applications due to developments in logistics policies, directives, guidance, logistics agreements and priorities. Existing NATO Operations Logistics Chain Management policy and procedure should be applied to logistic applications where possible. Maintain Processes (Med) Support medical and health services to maintain the force strength through disease prevention, evacuation, rapid treatment of the diseased, injured and wounded, their recovery and return to duty.

Manage Core Information (All) Enable information lifecycle management within the NATO enterprise architecture, providing a common view and single source of truth for all data, with the ability to search, capture, store, process, publish and archive data for visibility and access across stakeholder communities.

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