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Joe Cunningham of the U.S. Navy's National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office in Suitland, MD, briefs National Defense University (NDU) class of Latin American Maritime Professionals to discuss Maritime Security Domain Awareness.
 
Alex Hoover of the U.S. Navy's National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office in Suitland, MD, briefs NDU class of Latin American Maritime Professionals to discuss Maritime Science & Technology.

 

On Wed, 15 May, NMIO briefed the National Defense University class of Latin American Maritime Professionals. Topics included Maritime Domain Awareness and Maritime Technology.  The audience consisted of 29 senior civilian and military officials from 13 countries.

 

 

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National Training and Simulation Association's Congressional M&S Leadership Summit 2024 

The NMIO represented IC equities at the National Training and Simulation Association’s
Congressional M&S Leadership Summit 2024 (NTSA) discussed topics focused on the employment of
advanced technologies by US government, academia, and industry to keep ahead of disruptive change and
provide service to the nation through advanced M&S and AI tools.
 


FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Initiative to Bolster Cybersecurity of U.S. Ports |The White House
The Biden-Harris Administration will issue an Executive Order to bolster the security of the nation’s ports.

 

Federal Register : Amending Regulations Relating to the Safeguarding of Vessels, Harbors, Ports, and
Waterfront Facilities of the United States

The Federal Register for the Daily Journal of the United States Government released by the Executive Order for amending
regulations related to the safeguarding of vessels, harbors, ports, and other waterfront facilities etc.

 

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The National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) provides a national-level service to improve Global Maritime Community of Interest (GMCOI*) policy, increase data collection, broaden information sharing, enhance organizational
and analytic integration, and advance technology improvements for national-level priorities against threats to, from, and
in the global maritime domain.***

 

Responsibilities. As a Service of Common Concern (SoCC) NMIO is responsible for coordinating maritime information sharing and intelligence integration throughout the GMCOI and implementing the National Strategy for Maritime Security and its supporting
plans. Another responsibility is the Chair and Executive Secretariat for the Maritime Domain Awareness Executive Steering 

Committee (MDA ESC) in support of the National Security Council, Maritime Security Interagency Policy Committee.  NMIO enhances
GMCOI capability and capacity through five strategic mission integration tasks; NMIO does not conduct collection or perform analysis.

 

 

 

 

The mission of the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) is to advance maritime intelligence integration, information sharing, and domain awareness to foster unity of effort to protect the United States and its global interests, its allies, and its partners against threats to, in, or emanating from the global maritime domain.

 

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