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The Security Equipment Integration Working Group (SEIWG) is a permanent working group of the Department of Defense (DoD) Physical Security Enterprise & Analysis Group (PSEAG). The SEIWG's mission is to coordinate and influence system architecture, technical design, and systems integration of all physical security equipment to be used within the DoD. SEIWG's strategy for addressing general and specific Service/Agency Physical Security Equipment (PSE) requirements includes:
- Providing DoDAF Architecture products/views in support of PSEAG initiatives
- Providing Interoperability Standards
- Sharing Information
SEIWG has four (4) main goals for establishing its Service/Agency approach to PSE:
- Provide DoD and its industry partners the means to achieve Physical Security Equipment interoperability
- Coordinate and influence system architecture, technical design, and systems integration of Physical Security Equipment to be used within DoD
- Develop Interoperability Standards to guide the Military services and their industry partners in development of Physical Security Equipment
- Ensure new systems integrate with existing systems and minimize architectural redesign
The SEIWG strives to accomplish a cohesive and collaborative environment. The SEIWG offers Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to aid services/programs who are implementing SEIWG Interoperability Standards and offers the SEIWG Interoperability verification Tool (SIV-T) for the Joint DoD Services' use to determine if their physical security equipment is in compliance with the SEIWG's suite of standards.