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Accession Number ADA562468
Title Strategic Vision 2012-2017.
Publication Date 2012
Media Count 27p
Personal Author G. Schneider
Abstract The Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Office (DS) and its mission are critical to our nation s security. Information Technology (IT) is a vital asset to intelligence analysts, warfighters, and national policy makers as they execute their mission. Threats to IT systems and information security are evolving; DS technology must evolve accordingly. We must defend against changing and diverse threats while delivering reliable and consistent services to our customers ensuring the success of the Department of Defense Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS). The DS Strategic Vision will attain this and will guide DS priorities, plans, resource allocations, and actions from fiscal year 2012 to 2017. Three change imperatives guide the DS strategy: 1. Enhance our technology advantage. 2. Build customer trust to strengthen DS as the preferred IT provider for DIA and DoDIIS. 3. Achieve operational excellence. The DS Strategic Vision reflects these imperatives and describes four actionable, measurable goals that lead to outcomes addressing our customers concerns: Goal 1: Facilitate and Enhance Information Sharing across DoDIIS. Goal 2: Achieve World-class IT Security and Collaboration across Multiple Networks. Goal 3: Develop the DS Workforce. Goal 4: Operate Effectively and Efficiently. Ultimately, DS will establish One Secure Environment (OSE) that hosts multiple levels of classified information. DS also will be able to define and designate defense intelligence IT as a weapons system. Designating defense intelligence IT in this category ensures that IT receives the management attention, resources, and oversight necessary to meet warfighters and policymakers evolving technology needs.
Keywords Classified materials
Collaborative techniques
Computer network security
Information assurance
Information exchange
Knowledge management
Military intelligence
Military publications
Planning programming budgeting
Resource management
Secure digital intelligence

Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 88B - Information Systems
62D - Information Processing Standards
74F - Military Intelligence
Corporate Author Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC. Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Office.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1225
Contract Number N/A

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