Welcome to MITRE's Knowledge Driven Enterprise Partnership Network

Let’s learn from one another! You’ll find stories about our people, processes, tools, and cultural practices. Engage with us freely and often. We want to share what we do to help you do what you do.

Explore Programs and Publications

We recognize and reward staff who collaborate across and beyond MITRE with sponsors, partners, industry, and academia. We freely share resources of interest with scientists, engineers, and problem solvers like you.

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You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. Or you can share our articles to your social media streams. Machine learning, knowledge management, data science, patient experience, aviation safety, design thinking, cyber, our partnerships with universities and other FFRDCs, and more — learn about what we’re doing and share what you’re doing!

Advancing the Knowledge-Driven Enterprise

Bridging Knowledge and Technology in a Dynamic World
Capturing Knowledge for Future Work

Capturing Knowledge for Future Work

Like life, our projects move fast, and it is hard to find the time to stop and look around, causing us to miss insights that could be valuable to future projects. That’s where the Knowledge Harvesting (KH) Framework comes in.

Capturing Knowledge for Future Work

Like life, our projects move fast, and it is hard to find the time to stop and look around, causing us to miss insights that could be valuable to future projects. That’s where the Knowledge Harvesting (KH) Framework comes in.

Internet of Things Security: Challenges and Solutions

Internet of Things Security: Challenges and Solutions

Considered the first Internet of Things (IoT) device, the toaster John Romkey created could be turned on and off over the Internet during the October ’89 INTEROP conference! Since then, more people have begun to use IoT devices. Simply put, IoT connects devices with the Internet, from things as simple as smart light bulbs and coffee makers to things as complicated as robots and drones.

Internet of Things Security: Challenges and Solutions

Considered the first Internet of Things (IoT) device, the toaster John Romkey created could be turned on and off over the Internet during the October ’89 INTEROP conference! Since then, more people have begun to use IoT devices. Simply put, IoT connects devices with the Internet, from things as simple as smart light bulbs and coffee makers to things as complicated as robots and drones.

The ROAR Awards: Two Years and Counting

The ROAR Awards: Two Years and Counting

Charles Schmidt worked with his leadership in the Cyber Security Technical Center to figure out ways to incentivize better use of Tech Stature to record outreach activities. The Collaboration & Information Management department in Corporate Operations created the initial ROAR website to record awardees, and the Digital Content and Creative department designed the ROAR ribbons with their roaring lion icon. Thanks to these collective efforts, the Ribbons for Outreach Activity Recognition, or ROAR, was born.

The ROAR Awards: Two Years and Counting

Charles Schmidt worked with his leadership in the Cyber Security Technical Center to figure out ways to incentivize better use of Tech Stature to record outreach activities. The Collaboration & Information Management department in Corporate Operations created the initial ROAR website to record awardees, and the Digital Content and Creative department designed the ROAR ribbons with their roaring lion icon. Thanks to these collective efforts, the Ribbons for Outreach Activity Recognition, or ROAR, was born.

5G: How It Works and What It Brings

5G: How It Works and What It Brings

Cars field more than 100 sesors. All these sensors turn our automobiles into mobile Internet of Things (IoT) devices. With on-board computers providing a vast number of functions, including mobile communication and entertainment systems, most cars today can also perform limited auto-piloting, communicate with nearby cars, and transmit sensor data over the internet. All of these activities are made possible because of increasing deployment of 5G.

5G: How It Works and What It Brings

Cars field more than 100 sesors. All these sensors turn our automobiles into mobile Internet of Things (IoT) devices. With on-board computers providing a vast number of functions, including mobile communication and entertainment systems, most cars today can also perform limited auto-piloting, communicate with nearby cars, and transmit sensor data over the internet. All of these activities are made possible because of increasing deployment of 5G.

Knowledge Advantage

MITRE brings knowledge advantage to the corporation and to our sponsors and partners. We collaborate and learn, using practices that take people, process, data, content, tools, and culture into account.

Cross-Organizational Information Sharing

We use a wide range of processes and platforms to help stakeholders solve problems, enhance networking for distributed teams, and establish external partnerships.

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Science

We design and deliver modern knowledge-sharing capabilities that help stakeholders work safely, efficiently, and accurately. Our efforts improve the signal-to-noise ratio and focus attention on the right things at the right times.

Intranets, Business Process, and Knowledge Operations

We enable business processes and internal knowledge operations. Our search capabilities, for example, connect staff to project, staff, and career management tools as well as technical content, libraries, news, and business-related services. Technical stature pages, another capability, display degrees, coursework, technical activities, publications, conference participation, patents, and additional information of interest to project leaders looking for staff with particular skills; and other business process and operations functionality.

Collaboration, Partnerships and Social Media

We use wikis, SharePoint, persistent chat, and business social media capabilities to engage staff with one another and with stakeholders securely. MITRE is a trusted broker, gathering the right teams and capabilities to solve challenging problems.

Learning Organization

We assess quality by capturing lessons learned, re-purposing solutions, gathering team input on project assessments, and sustaining project workbooks to provision new project teams with the knowledge they need. Our products and recommendations reflect our philosophy of bringing the whole company to bear.

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