The HDIAC, one of three IACs sponsored by DTIC, performs the Basic Center of Operations (BCO) functions necessary to fulfill the mission and objectives applicable to the DoD Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Acquisition communities’ needs. These activities focus on the collection, analysis, synthesizing/processing and dissemination of Scientific and Technical Information (STI).
The BCO functions, specifically the collection and dissemination of STI, produce several valuable resources (e.g., reports, tool databases, data collections, etc.) in the HDIAC’s core technology areas (Alternative energy, Biometrics, CBRN Defense, Cultural Studies, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Homeland Defense & Security, Medical, and Weapons of Mass Destruction). In addition to providing access to these resources, the HDIAC also performs up to four hours of support (free of charge) in response to Technical Inquiries. The HDIAC can also provide services as Core Analysis Tasks (CATs) procured and funded through the issuance of Delivery Orders (DO).
The HDIAC is chartered to leverage best practices and expertise from government, industry, and academia on cyber security and information technology.
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What types of services does HDIAC provide?
HDIAC customers include researchers, engineers, scientists, and program managers from the DoD, government, industry and academia.
DTIC’s IAC Program
The IACs are research and analysis organizations chartered by the DoD and operated by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) IAC program, to help researchers, engineers, scientists and program managers utilize existing Scientific and Technical Information (STI). They establish and maintain comprehensive knowledge bases that include historical, technical, scientific, and other data and information collected worldwide. For more information on DTICs IAC click here.
The HDIAC is currently operated by Quanterion Solutions Incorporated.
Mr. Stephen Redifer
Arlington, VA 22203
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