CSDA

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AcronymDefinition
CSDAChurch of Seventh Day Adventists
CSDAComputational Statistics & Data Analysis (International Association of Statistical Computing)
CSDACertified Software Development Associate (IEEE)
CSDACalifornia Special Districts Association
CSDACommission Scolaire des Affluents (French: School Board Referrals)
CSDAConnecticut State Dental Association
CSDACommonwealth-State Disability Agreement (Australia)
CSDAConcrete Sawing & Drilling Association
CSDACenter for Social and Demographic Analysis (University at Albany, New York)
CSDACenter for Sustainable Development in the Americas
CSDAContinuous Slowing Down Approximation (nuclear physics)
CSDACanadian Stamp Dealers Association
CSDACanadian Soft Drink Association
CSDAChild Support Directors Association of California
CSDACurrent-Source Density Analysis (neuroscience)
CSDAConnecting Soldiers to Digital Applications (US DoD)
CSDACreation Seventh Day Adventist
CSDACharleston Swing Dance Association
CSDACanadian Search Dog Association (formerly Civilian Search Dog Association)
CSDACentre Stage Dance Academy (various locations)
CSDAColorado Springs Dressage Association (Colorado, USA)
CSDACommunity Skill Development Activity
CSDAContent Delivery & Storage Association (formerly International Recording Media Association)
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Here at the Signal Center of Excellence, we are also working within TRADOC's Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications effort to ensure the processes, standards, and governance pieces are designed to meet the Warfighters' needs.
"We recognized the importance of providing personnel with mobile access to information two years ago when we kicked-off the Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications project for smartphones.
WHETHER you're tech savvy or not, you will like what Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications can do for you.
Army's "Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications" project.
"Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications" is a two-phase initiative with eight pilots that are designed to determine the value of using commercial smartphone technology in administrative tasks and tactical operations.
Army Training and Doctrine Command's lead action officer for the Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications initiative and serves as the TRADOC voice to organizations outside of TRADOC to help define mobile requirements to meet the needs of the Soldiers.