The software and systems development industry as a whole has realized that there are benefits to advanced program and development methodologies where the users are intimately involved in making incremental and iterative progress (e.g., Agile development process) rather than the traditional system development life cycle (e.g., waterfall). That same realization carries over into the development of Information Sharing and Safeguarding (IS&S) Environments, and engaging end users not only speeds development, but it also increases the likelihood of the end result being acceptable and useful to the users, thus eliminating do-overs that can be costly in both time and money.