Tammie McClellan is the Program Director for Information Systems Technology at the University of Central Florida’s School of Modeling, Simulation, and Training. She oversees the development for the Defense M&S Catalog and provides operations and application hosting support for the various Modeling Simulation Enterprise Websites and tools.
Podcasts / Webinars
One of the goals of the DoD Net Centric vision is to provide visibility into the Modeling & Simulation (M&S) resources across the DoD enterprise. In order to manage and employ M&S capabilities effectively, senior leaders and managers must have visibility into the DoD’s M&S portfolio; organizations supported by M&S need visibility into the tools, data, and services that meet their requirements; and M&S developers need access to what has already been created in order to capitalize on existing investments.
The DoD has outlined a Strategic Vision and goals for DoD Modeling and Simulation (M&S). One of the goals is to “Promote the sharing of tools, data, and information across the DoD Enterprise,” to enable reuse and interoperability of models,…
The Defense M&S Catalog was established by Defense Modeling & Simulation Coordination Office to support the visibility component of the DoD data strategy and to provide an avenue for M&S organizations to make resources available for reuse. The Catalog is…
Modeling and simulation (M&S) is critical to the success of the Department of Defense. It is utilized both as a predictive tool and as part of an iterative design process. Everyone can agree that M&S capabilities should be planned and resourced early, and that characterizing the capabilities and limitations of the M&S in relation to its specific intended use is essential. The problem many practitioners face is the ability to find M&S to support their requirements and a lack of incentives to encourage information sharing.
This webinar will provide an overview of the current capabilities of the Defense M&S Catalog, a look “under the hood” of the Catalog into the technologies that power discovery and contribution capabilities, and a discussion of the evolution of the Catalog’s capabilities.