DCGS

AcronymDefinition
DCGSDefense Common Ground System (DoD)
DCGSDouble Cowgirls (macro-sized muskie spinnerbait)
DCGSDistributed Common Ground Station
DCGSDistributed Common Ground System
DCGSDelaware County Genealogical Society (Ohio and Pennsylvania)
DCGSDistributed Common Ground/Surface System (US DoD)
DCGSDorset County Golf Union (UK)
DCGSDr. Challoner's Grammar School (est. 1624; UK)
DCGSDane Court Grammar School (South East England)
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The DCGS contract was awarded by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and directly supports the 25[sup.
As per Brian Clark, NCI's President,"We are pleased to continue our relationship with the AF DCGS and are proud to provide solutions to the AF DCGS enterprise by bringing innovation to the warfighter and enabling battlefield readiness through affordable IT and cyber capabilities".
DCGS is the Department of Defense s globally networked intelligence system.
SRA will support the AF DCGS FTU and Air Force intelligence courses by developing Web-based course technology, interactive courseware and e-learning solutions.
The DCGS-N Enterprise Team, consisting of DCGS experts from BAE Systems and Raytheon, will design and demonstrate a Web-based intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) and targeting capability to support naval operations and other U.
The plan for DCGS connectivity must be developed and understood by all operators.
While this article focuses on the joint PED portion of DCGS-Future, expanding DCGS as envisioned to include the IC and partner nations requires additional scope and effort.
A: The DCGS family of systems are key enablers for delivering IC ITE services and capabilities at the operational level of war and down to the tactical edge--afloat and ashore.
When DCGS was first conceived in the 1990s, it was during the heyday of "jointness," when the Pentagon was under pressure to consolidate programs that the services traditionally built separately.
The Air Force realizes tremendous efficiencies by using all of its available worldwide DCGS resources.
As such, a DCGS Acquisition Standards Handbook--Imagery (DASH-I) has been developed to identify the standards required to implement the DIB and the Multi-Intelligence Core applications.
DCGS provides both physical and electronic distribution of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data, processes, and systems.