DISA


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AcronymDefinition
DISADefense Information Systems Agency (US DoD)
DISADirect Inward System Access
DISAData Interchange Standards Association
DISADual Resonance Intake System
DISADynamic Internet Solutions Architecture
DISADifferentiated Intake System
DISADefense Information Systems Agency
DISADigital Imaging South Africa
DISADirect Inward Station Access
DISADistributed Internet Server Array
DISADirect Inward Service Access
DISADemon.IP.Support.Amiga (Usenet group)
DISADivision of International Security Affairs
DISADistributed Sequential Allocation
DISADefense Intelligence Agency Information Systems Architecture
DISADeployable Information Systems Architecture
DISADefence Institute of South Africa
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According to a DISA message released in July, DoD SAFE is not intended to allow for transfer of files to classified domains.
Montemarano described for attendees the attributes that make DISA the premier information technology combat support agency, and said the agency continues to evolve.
Jaehnig said DISA has been working with the affected organizations for months, ensuring the network consolidation effort is a collaborative process.
In addition to the warning light on top of the DISA MAC bracket, operators can access more detailed DISA MAC data at the operator panel of the molding machine, viewing real-time data in dashboard, table or graph views.
DISA's CEO, John Peterson stated, "Acquiring SECON was a strategic next step to further strengthen our market presence in the Gulf Coast region.
DISA, partnering with the US Army and Air Force, has fundamentally changed the way the DoD secures and protects its information networks by deploying JRSSs.
VistaInsight for Networks enables DISA to effectively meet and exceed its network performance expectations, while granting them the insight necessary to implement next- generation networks and IT services.
DISA plans to finish implementation for a total of 90 sites, by September 2015.
The Army's partnership with DISA and the Air Force is also part of the joint information environment concept.
This was also one of the most interactive sessions seen at a symposium conducted by DISA India in recent times.
"We're very pleased to become part of one of the largest standards development organizations in the world," says Jerry Connors, DISA president.
DISA's journey was not unlike that of other Department of Defense (DoD) Components (the Military Departments and Defense Agencies) seeking to prove that their financial information is reliable for decision making.