The DI2E Framework defines a set of standards that are meant to ensure interoperability between data systems across the Defense Intelligence Community. The DI2E SvcV–4 (the most recent DI2E “Services Functionality Description”) currently lists standards for 120 different services (.xls) across three different levels: Infrastructure Services, Common Services, and Mission Services. Palantir has services that map to each of these levels, and had more services mapped to the SvcV–4 than any other provider.
This certification represents an official validation of the work we’ve been doing since our founding. As a Silicon Valley technology company, we believe that open software is better software. An open architecture, open APIs, and an open data model have been central to the design of our platform from its inception. For years, this openness has enabled our software to interoperate with our customers’ existing systems across multiple industries, from defense to global finance.
As the DI2E Framework standards and specifications evolve in the future, our software will evolve with them to ensure that we can continue to provide our Defense and Intelligence customers with the capabilities that are revolutionizing the way they do their work. Beyond the DI2E Framework, Palantir is also working closely with the US IC and DNI IC CIO to ensure our technologies are fully compatible with the IC ITE ecosystem. Stay tuned for more on this.
As Shyam Sankar, our Director of Forward Deployed Engineering, explains in the video below, our platform provides users with not just an intuitive user interface, but an entire intelligence infrastructure that allows them to securely collaborate on their hardest problems across organizational and geographical boundaries.
Whatever we build next, we will continue to provide products that combine the efficiency, reliability, and value of a commercially developed platform with the extensibility, flexibility, and interoperability of an open system.