The Tiburon Group, LLC
Project Descriptions
Sandia National Laboratory, Distributed Information Systems Laboratory ($27.0 million)
The Tiburon Group established schedule control systems, and later managed the schedule on this complex project.  The Distributed Information Systems Laboratory (DISL) project is a new research facility at Sandia National Laboratories to develop and implement distributed information systems for Defense Programs (DP).  It consolidates at one accessible location all activities focused on incorporating those systems to support DP's Stockpile Stewardship Program (SSP).  Research at DISL will concentrate on secure networking, high performance distributed and distance computing, and visualization and collaboration technologies that do not exist today, yet need development to help create design and manufacturing productivity environments for the future Nuclear Weapons Complex (NWC). The major objective of DISL is to bring together these technologies to develop a distributed information systems architecture that will link the NWC of the future.  The facility is a multi-story high security facility.