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IDDIodine Deficiency Disorders
IDDInderdaad (Dutch: Indeed)
IDDInternational Direct Dialing
IDDInfrastructure Development Department (India)
IDDInvestment Dealers' Digest
IDDImmune Deficiency Disease
IDDInstitutional Development Division (various locations)
IDDIntrathecal Drug Delivery
IDDIdentifier Dialog
IDDIntegrated Data Directory
IDDInterface Design Description Document
IDDIntegrated Data Dictionary
IDDInteractive Digital Disc
IDDInternet Data Distribution
IDDItinéraire de Découverte (French: Routes of Discovery; education)
IDDIntellectual and Developmental Disabilities
IDDInitial Disclosure Document (UK)
IDDInstrument Deployment Device (NASA JPL Mars Exploration Rover)
IDDInfrastructure Design Document
IDDInstructor Dive Development (est. 1992)
IDDIntegrated Dell Desktop
IDDInterface Design Document
IDDInterface Design Description
IDDInternal Disc Decompression (lower back pain treatment)
IDDIntelligent Downlink Diversity (computer networking)
IDDIntervertebral Differential Dynamics (therapy)
IDDIntervertebral Differential Dynamics
IDDInterface Definition Document
IDDIntervertebral Disc Disease
IDDInternal Displacement Division
IDDIntervertebral Disc Degeneration
IDDIntegrated Data Dictionary (CA-IDMS)
IDDInterior Design Directory
IDDInitial Delivery Date (various organizations)
IDDInnovative Drug Discovery, Inc. (Pennsylvania)
IDDInternational Direct Deposit
IDDI Don't Disagree
IDDInstitut für Druckmaschinen und Druckverfahren (German: Institute of Presses and Printing; Darmstadt, Germany)
IDDImprovised Device Defeat (US TSWG)
IDDIn-Device Delay (US Department of Energy)
IDDInsulin Dependant Diabetes
IDDInternational Defence Directory (Jane Research and Information Services)
IDDInstrument Description Document
IDDInterface Description Document
IDDInstructional Development and Delivery (Fox Valley Technical College; Appleton, WI)
IDDInventory Dollar Days
IDDInstituto de Desarrollo de Directivos (Spanish: Management Development Institute)
IDDInfratools Desktop Discovery (Peregrine Systems)
IDDInvatamint Deschis la Distanta (Romanian: Open Distance Education)
IDDInterim Dry-Docking
IDDInformation Delivery Device
IDDIdeal De-Correlating Detector
IDDIdentity of Key to Be Discontinued (FIPS)
IDDI Don Die (Internet slang)
IDDInformation Data Display
IDDIrrigation and Drainage Department
IDDI Disagree Dude (Internet slang)
IDDIntentional Deficit Disorder
IDDInterpacket Delay Difference
IDDIntermediate Design Document
IDDInterface Designation Drawing
IDDInterdirector Designation
IDDIntegration Design Document
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At the improvised device defeat and explosive countermeasures division of CTTSO, the group continues to monitor IED threats, said program manager Edwin Bundy.
Improvised Device Defeat (technologies to render terrorist explosive devices safe);
The Boston Marathon attack, which employed two explosive-laden backpacks, brought into sharp focus some of the shortcomings of the nation's bomb squads, particularly when it comes to robots, said Edwin Bundy, program manager of the improvised device defeat subgroup of the technical support working group at the combating terrorism technical support office.
You have IED incidents occurring all across the United States daily that never get put into a database, never get brought forward and are only seen in the news," said Edwin Bundy, program manager of the improvised device defeat subgroup of the technical support working group at the combating terrorism technical support office.
The Defense Department's response was the creation in February 2006 of the Joint Improvised Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO), which reports directly to the deputy secretary of defense and which has since spent more than $25 billion to counter the threat.
The vehicle-born IED threat is growing, said Ed Bundy, program manager of the improvised device defeat section.
For example, TSWG's improvised device defeat subgroup has been searching for a multi-purpose collapsible cart, which would allow bomb disposal personnel, or a robot, to haul up to 600 pounds of equipment to an incident sight.
In addition to that money, the Pentagon's joint improvised device defeat task force--which was established in 2003--is providing another $20 million.
During the agency's annual briefing for industry earlier this year, TSWG officials cited seven areas that will require new technologies: explosives detection, improvised device defeat, personnel protection/tactical operations support, infrastructure protection, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear countermeasures, investigative support and forensics, and physical security.