DTIC IACs: On-call Technical Expertise for the US Military

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$18M to Alion for Special Ops mobile repair systems under WSTIAC contract. (Nov 22/10) The US Department of Defense’s Information Analysis Centers (IACs) are research and analysis organizations operated by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Chartered by the DoD to help researchers, engineers, scientists and program managers, IACS offer specialized research staff to DoD agencies and military services. The mission of the IACs is 2 two-fold: (1) IACs provide access to worldwide scientific and technical information to improve the productivity of personnel in the defense science and technology communities. The IACs accomplish this mission by collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and disseminating relevant information in clearly-defined and structured subject areas; (2) IACs serve their respective fields by providing technical services and solutions… * List of IACs * CBRNIAC * IATAC * MSIAC * RIAC * SNIM * SURVIAC * WSTIAC List of IACs The IACs sponsored by DTIC are: * AMMTIAC – Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, and Testing Information Analysis Center, Rome, NY; * CBRNIAC – Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Information Analysis Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground-Edgewood Area, MD; * CPIAC – Chemical Propulsion Information Analysis Center, Columbia, MD; * DACS – Data and Analysis Center for Software, Rome, NY; * […]

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