JIEDDO

AcronymDefinition
JIEDDOJoint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (US DoD)
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(21) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO), Weapons Technical Intelligence Handbook, Version 2.0 (Washington, DC: DIA and JIEDDO, March 2014), 4.
The JIEDDO was taken to task by the Government Accountability Office for not providing ready metrics or having definable goals through which to justify its large budget and personnel.
The military is the biggest customer for these technologies, but as the demise of JIEDDO shows, the Defense Department is taking its eye off the ball in this regard.
As casualties mounted, a number of joint task forces were formed, which culminated in the formation of the JIEDDO in February 2006 (DoD, 2006).
3254 would transfer to the OCO accounts $227.4 million for JIEDDO, which the Administration requested as part of its base budget.
Exnovo can present concepts in partnership with Sotera to JIEDDO to expect a fast-track R&D process and rapid fielding of these new technologies and strategies.
Additionally, we supported three Combined EOD Exploitation Cell (CEXC) Level II laboratories, eight electronic warfare officers (EWO), and nine aerial detection and surveillance systems introduced by the Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO).
(38.) Chart, "Afghanistan IED Data for Stratcomm," November 2010, Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO).
In 2006, the Department of Defense (DOD) established the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) to lead, advocate, and coordinate all DOD actions to defeat improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
Once the brigade confirmed that it could not secure a CTC rotation for the 65th Engineer Battalion, it coordinated with the Joint IED Defeat Organization's (JIEDDO's) JCOE for assistance.
Since JERRVs are not available for training in the United States, an effort by the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) provides ILAVs as training surrogates--or JERRV surrogate vehicles (JSVs).
The study's director, Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D., said JIEDDO leadership was hearing stories from the field about Soldiers who were exceptional in their ability to identify IEDs.