The HDIAC's community of practice (CoP) is a feature that adds an additional element to the IAC's traditional capabilities. In addition to providing access to a wealth of reports, resources and related STI, the HDIAC website now provides social networking functionality that allows practitioners to directly communicate with one another on a variety of topics
The HDIAC relies on its expansive network of subject matter experts (SMEs) for a number of activities, including: HDIAC community of practice (CoP) participation HDIAC Reports and Best Practices Responding to technical inquiries Webinar presentations Core Analysis Task (CAT) support HDIAC Journal Articles To learn more about the HDIAC's SME
HDIAC document holdings are accessible through the Total Electronic Migration System (TEMS), a DTIC-sponsored database containing documents from all DoD IACs. You must be a registered DTIC User to access TEMS. You may also submit a request for a document to HDIAC by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by submitting a Technical Inquiry.
Go to DTIC Online to search DTIC's publicly accessible collections and read or download scientific and technical information. DTIC also makes available sensitive and classified information to eligible users who register for DTIC services. Go to the following link to register for a DTIC account: https://reg.dtic.mil/DTICRegistration/. Once registered, you can
If you have documents in hard-copy or electronic format or media that you would like to donate to the HDIAC collection, send an email to email@example.com describing the collection. A HDIAC staff member will contact you to make appropriate arrangements for receipt and disposition. The proposed contribution will be analyzed to eliminate duplicates of materials
No, the HDIAC does not have classified documents or classified media in its collection.
Information on the DoD IAC Program can be found at https://dodiac.dtic.mil/.