Description: The transdisciplinary approach to the formation of a network-centric information environment is described. A number of SISO standards as a technological basis for providing distributed interaction of modeling spaces in a network-centric informa-tion environment are analyzed. A number of network-centric solutions, based on an attempt to use ontologies that describe the objects semantic are described. One of the problems of network centrism - ensuring a high level of interoperability of the compo-nents of information systems interaction - is formulated. The characteristics of the basic states of an open network-centric envi-ronment are given: the absence of mechanisms for rigidly fixing centralized control and management; interaction of complex systems based on the principles of self-organization; a certain level of autonomy; support for dynamic equilibrium in the interac-tion of systems. The definition of transdisciplinarity as a manifestation of recursive and reflective properties of network informa-tion resources is given. Ontological solutions used in world practice in the construction of a network- centric environment are outlined. The configuration of the network-centric ontografic information-analytical system as the basis for the effective interac-tion of distributed information processes is given. The system-forming categories TERMINFIELD and TAXONOMY are intro-duced. The conditions for the information processes taxonomization as one of the technological condition for the network-centric environment formation are determined. To define TRANSDISCIPLINARITY, the concept of the multiple hyperorderedness of taxonomic categories is introduced. A generalized procedure for supporting the formation of contexts taxonomy in a network-centric environment is presented. The operational platform of the ontological system, which is formed on the basis of multiple classes of classification relations usage, on the set of which a multiple binary relation of the partial ordering of the type “group of objects - group of objects” is specified is defined. The technological advantages of a transdisciplinary approach to the use of information resources in a network are formulated.
Keywords: network-centrism, ontology, transdisciplinarity, operationality, interaction, taxonomy, context, information process