CCT has designed and prototyped, as part of the Phase-1 SBIR, a generic platform independent software capability for exchange of semantic control and monitoring information. In addition, CCT has laid the foundation for auto-generation of semantic construction and interpretation libraries from semantic databases that can be used for message-based communications between loosely coupled systems. This new capability will reduce development, operations, and support costs for legacy and future systems that are part of ground and space based distributed command and control systems. It will also establish a space systems information exchange model that can support future highly interoperable and mobile software systems. CCT has also leveraged Phase-1 results to develop a common data description language approach for NASA-ELV launch operations, creating a pathfinder that will eventually allow all launch service providers, range systems, and ground operators to use common data descriptions, processes, and tools for ground systems configuration.