NIEM has model content for 17 sub-committees, which are community-specific business areas. In addition, several emerging communities are working toward developing data model content, which may lead to the establishment of new sub-committees.
Improving decision-making by organizations that share info relating to emergencies.
The standard of choice for exchanging intelligence among any federal, state, and local agencies on a foreign or domestic basis.
Learning and Development
Enhancing the interoperability and standardization of information exchange between the gamut of learning and development systems.
Supports information sharing and promotes interoperability among transportation regulators, operators, and stakeholders
Supporting information-sharing through the joint development and alignment of XML Biometric Standards.
Promoting interoperability between and across social service providers at the federal, state, local, and tribal levels.
International Human Services
Supporting info sharing and promoting interoperability between service providers in pension and benefits service delivery.
Supporting the global maritime domain that could impact the United States’ security, safety, economy, or environment.
Supporting the national effort to detect and interdict radiological and nuclear (Rad/Nuc) threats.
Supporting those entities with immigration-related services and benefits, such as naturalization and work authorization.
Standardizing international standards in data and messaging for transit, export, and import transactions.
Manages those unique military operations and missions data components used to define NIEM-based information exchanges.
Supporting a coordinated community effort to increase broad visibility of cyber risks through info sharing.
Supporting those entities protecting the nation's critical infrastructure and key resources (CIKR).
Providing the criminal justice system with the data it needs to share critical information between jurisdictions and levels of government.
Supports, coordinates, and harmonizes the information needs of a number of homeland security mission areas.