The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) is a component of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Information Analysis Center (IAC) enterprise, serving the defense enterprise of DoD and federal government users and their supporting academia and industry partner.
DSIAC provides information research and analysis to stimulate innovation, foster collaboration, and eliminate redundancy.
DSIAC generates, collects, analyzes, synthesizes, and disseminates scientific and technical information (STI).
DSIAC will be the premier information research partner and curator of technology advancements and trends for the defense systems community.
As a DoD IAC Basic Center of Operation (BCO), we perform activities that focus on collecting, analyzing, synthesizing/processing, and disseminating STI. We are staffed with subject matter experts to provide in-depth analysis services and create specialized technical information products. BCO products are made to be reused to perform additional or special activities or tasks.
We publish the DSIAC Journal, a quarterly publication featuring technical articles on DoD research efforts within our technical focus areas.
State-of-the-art reports (SOARs) provide in-depth analysis of current technologies, research, and the latest technical information.
We publicize events, technologies, information research products, and more to our +75,000 members.
We collect and publish articles on the web to share with the DoD community that are related our technical focus areas.
Technical Inquiries (TIs)
We offer 4 hours of information research (free to the client) in response to TIs on any of the DSIAC subject areas.
We participate, host, and promote key technical conferences and forums within the science and technology (S&T) community.
Scientific & Technical Information (STI)
We collect STI, add it to the DTIC collection, and ensure that the body of information is available to share with the DoD community.
Providing science and technology leadership throughout the DoD to meet the challenges of today and tomorrowVisit