The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) is a component of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Information Analysis Center (IAC) enterprise. DSIAC was established on January 1, 2014 from the consolidation of six legacy DoD IAC basic center operations (AMMTIAC, CPIAC, RIAC, SENSIAC, SURVIAC, and WSTIAC). The establishment of DSIAC represents the largest consolidation of IACs under the DoD’s “Better Buying Power 2.0” initiative.
The scope of DSIAC includes nine subject areas, the six areas covered by the legacy DoD IAC operations: Advanced Materials; Energetics; Military Sensing; Reliability, Maintainability, Quality, Supportability, Interoperability (RMQSI); Survivability and Vulnerability; and Weapon Systems; plus three more focus areas of Autonomous Systems; Directed Energy; and Non-lethal Weapons.
The purpose of DSIAC is to provide information research and analysis for DoD and Federal government users to stimulate innovation, foster collaboration, and eliminate redundancy.
The mission of DSIAC is to generate, collect, analyze, synthesize, and disseminate Scientific and Technical Information (STI) to DoD and Federal government users and industry contractors.
DSIAC will be the premier information research partner and curator of technology advancements and trends for the defense systems community.
For more information, download the DSIAC Brochure.