Securboration, working closely with Dartmouth College (Drs. Eugene Santos Jr. and George Cybenko) and George Mason University (Drs. Alex Levis and Abbas K Zaidi) has created a uniquely qualified team to develop an innovative approach called Ontology Generation and Evolution Processor (OGEP) that directly attacks the main barrier which prevents the self-learning of ontologies: the ability to understand the meaning of artifacts and the relationships the artifacts have to the domain space. OGEP leverages existing lexical to ontological mappings integrated with Securboration’s proven Semantic Grounding Mechanism (SGM) and Semantic Processor Engine (SPE) resulting in an innovative approach to user assisted semantic-based ontology generation. Ontologies generated with OGEP will provide capabilities to discover and evolve semantic relationships breaking through the barrier that prevents self-learning ontologies. The team’s extensive experience in ontology development will ensure the ontologies generated by OGEP will support automated reasoning within the fusion/uncertainty domain as opposed to ending up as a ‘paper’ document on a shelf.