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Standards Using NIEM

NIEM is the backbone of many existing standards.

NIEM provides a way to break down data silos and increase the shared value of data by creating an ecosystem in which government agencies (international, federal, state, local, tribal), and private industry can interoperate in powerful ways, enabling more applications to make sense of a broader set of data. Every producer and consumer of data that participates in this ecosystem can increase its overall value.

Here you can discover some of the best-known and widely-used standards leveraging NIEM.

ANSI 42.42 Radiological Nuclear Detectors - CBRN Domain
ANSI APCO Alarm Monitoring Company to Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
OASIS EXDL, Emergency Data Exchange Language FEMA (Emergency Management Domain)
NIST Big Data Framework Vol 7
Nation Fire Protection NFPA 950 calls for compliance with NIEM. Emergency Incident Data Document (EIDD) IEPD - NISTIR 8255
Biometrics ANSI/NIST ITL Standard - Biometrics Domain
Biometric Conformance Test Software (BioCTS)
BioCTS for AN-ITL v2 is a desktop application which tests electronic biometric data files, known as transactions, for conformance to NIST Special Publication (SP) 500-290
Conformance Test Architecture (CTA) and Test Suite (CTS) called "BioCTS for AN-2011 NIEM XML" designed to test implementations of AN-2011 NIEM XML encoded transactions
NIEM Cited in patent - Integrated Environment for Developing Information Exchanges patent No: US 8,769,480 B1 Dated July 1, 2014
Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria Guideline (MMUCC) - Department of Transportation