The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) is advancing the way it engages stakeholders in order to enhance data sharing across diverse mission sets. To create a more user-friendly, streamlined, and engaging online experience, NIEM has launched a new website.
The new NIEM.gov was developed with the NIEM community in mind. Inspired by community feedback, the new platform offers a sleek, modern, and intuitive look and feel as well as easy-to-understand content. The new design also provides streamlined menus, simple navigation, and a responsive layout for all platforms, including mobile and tablets.
“NIEM brings together diverse communities that collectively leverage tools, processes, and technologies to increase efficiencies and improve decision-making,” says NIEM Managing Director Christina Bapst-Stump. “Our new website will help further that focus by making it easier and faster for new users to learn about and adopt NIEM, and for current users to take their NIEM initiatives even further.”
In addition to an improved design, NIEM.gov also features new and refreshed content for users to explore and share, including:
- A simplified navigation structure, featuring “TechHub,” the go-to spot to learn about the technical aspects of NIEM
- Multimedia outreach materials, including new videos, brochures, and graphics
- A look into the future with NIEM’s strategic initiatives page
- Updates on what NIEM is doing with JSON
- Revitalized community pages
- A dedicated page for success stories
As part of the website refresh, we have phased out MyNIEM. Users still can access relevant resources, news, event information, and tools as well as perform searches on the new NIEM.gov – only without logging in. The program is also evolving online collaboration. MyNIEM’s active Collaboration Zones have been transitioned to the Department of Defense-hosted All Partners Access Network.
Regardless of NIEM experience or technical expertise, both new users and seasoned adopters can leverage the new NIEM.gov for a variety of organizational needs.
User feedback is crucial to ensure the site is valuable and continually meets diverse community needs. Connect with NIEM by submitting you questions, comments, and ideas as well as join the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.