DoD CIODepartment of Defense Chief Information Officer
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Under the sponsorship of the DCMO, DoD CIO, and USD(AT&L), a community of practice has been established to serve the workforce as its authoritative source for guidance, advice and information regarding the successful acquisition of a business system or capability and application of the BCAC.
(4.) As of August 2012, DOD CIO was working to modify the language within DOD 8570.01-M, Chapter 6 to include additional direction regarding user awareness.
The DoD CIO office and Common Access Card Program, as well as the GSA Federal Bridge Committee have been key participants with industry.
Any element of a DoD component, e.g., domain, organization, task force, project team or group who must exchange information may be considered a "COI." (DoD CIO, 2004)
As part of your situational awareness and professional development reviews, visit the DoD CIO's Web site at
Mulvihill, SES, Director, C4, Information Infrastructure, DoD CIO Office
Formatting changes would be transparent between stakeholders, allowing the DOD CIO to query and review a request without the Army investing man hours in document conversion.
As the DoD CIO, this new instruction also reinforces early consideration of information security, information technology architecture, and interoperability to ensure we can continue to benefit from assured net-centric operations."
The DoD CIO's vision slogan is "Power to the Edge!" where "people throughout the trusted, dependable, and ubiquitous network are empowered by their ability to access information and are recognized for the inputs they provide." The goals toward this end are to make information available on a network that people depend on and trust; to populate the network with new, dynamic sources of information to defeat the enemy; and to deny the enemy advantages and exploit his weaknesses.
DON CIO Publishes Cyber Glossary Congratulations to the DON's DoD CIO Award Winners