Our troops need your brainpower: here's a way to put it to work.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
* Share your knowledge. Every contribution counts. The more you contribute, the more the collective knowledge base expands. The wiki can easily be edited by any user, broadening your access to the latest and best research and ideas. DoD-Techipedia is open to federal government employees and contractors with Common Access Card or DTIC registration.
* Connect across walls. Reach across command chains and departmental divisions to find other people working on ideas and solutions that interest you. Discuss hot topics. Stay on top of new trends. Read technical blogs--or create one of your own. You don't need to know the right people--you can connect on the wiki.
* Collaborate. The wars we are fighting today require immediate solutions. The wiki is the biggest brainstorming session ever at DoD. Network with others working in your areas of interest. Present new ideas or technical challenges. Stay abreast of research and development initiatives, conferences, and symposia. Collaboration across DoD increases our ability to identify challenges as they emerge and deliver vigorous solutions fast.
* START CONTRIBUTING TO DODTECHIPEDIA NOW
If you have CAC or DTIC registration, you already have access to the wiki. Go to https://www.DoDTechipedia.mil and log in. Once on the wiki, visit the tutorials link to learn how to add or edit information.
THE INFORMATION ASSURANCE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS CENTER (IATAC) MAINTAINS THE FOLLOWING TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREAS:
Information Assurance: Protection and defense of information and IT systems
Information Warfare: Capabilities used to exploit information and IT systems
Networking Technology: Technologies that interconnect groups and/ or systems
IATAC POC: Rogelio Raymond 703-984-0072 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The U.S. Department of Defense Science and Technology Wiki
A project of Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Defense Research and Engineering, Defense Technical Information Center, Networks and Information Integration and Department of Defense Chief Information Officer, and Rapid Reaction Technology Office