The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had three different systems with data for each aircraft in flight; the air route, the weather, and the aircraft itself. If a problem arose, each of these systems had to be looked at separately to determine the best solution. Dovel was an integral part of a team that developed the System Wide Information Management (SWIM) environment that used Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to pull disparate data into apps so that it can be viewed holistically for better decision-making. SWIM is an integral part of the National Airspace System (NAS) enterprise architecture roadmap and can be used as an information-centric system for NextGen.