DISA provides access to SKIWeb (pronounced Sky-Web), which is accessible on the Secure Internet Protocol Routing Network (SIPRNet) and provides a net-centric, asynchronous, collaborative event management capability that includes features and capabilities designed to reduce information overload and improve user effectiveness at the Enterprise level. The SKIWeb user-base is very widespread, ranging from Combatant Commanders, Joint Staff Chiefs of Staff decision makers, and general action offers. The user base covers over 200 commands, agencies, and organizations to include coalition Partners via the Releasable Domain. Any worldwide SIPRNet or Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) user that has a vested interest in, or can inject pertinent information on, an event of interest is a potential SKIWeb user.
Since introduction by United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), SKIWeb has evolved into one of the DOD's most widely utilized web-based tools and used to rapidly gather and disseminate critical information in real world events such as natural disasters and terrorist attacks, as well as day-to-day activities. SKIWeb is rapidly gaining a reputation as a valuable strategic decision support tool throughout the DOD and among a growing list of strategic allies.
VALUE TO OUR MISSION PARTNERS
SKIWeb provides decision and event management support to all levels of a widespread user base ranging from Combatant Commanders to the Joint Staff to Coalition Partners on the SIPRNet. The individual suite of capabilities within the portfolio of services provides the user with the flexibility to couple the services in varying ways that support their mission needs. This flexibility provides unprecedented access to web and application content, critical imagery, intelligence and warfighter information, and forward-cached critical data in a secure environment.