Defense Information Infrastructure Master Plan: Overview Version 7.0
DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY ARLINGTON VA
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The Defense Information Infrastructure DII supports the Warfighter. The DII is a DOD and National asset. It is the sum of all information management assets owned by each of the Office of the Secretary of Defense OSD Principal Staff Assistants PSAs, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Combatant Commanders, the individual Military Services, and Defense Agencies. The DII is not a single program, but a capability resulting from the integration of individual information management programs within the DOD. The DII Master Plan is a tool for managing the DII evolution. It is a living, evolving document prepared through the combined efforts of OSD, the Joint Staff, the Military Services, and the Defense Agencies. The DII Master Plan is written from a DOD-wide perspective. It reflects the views of all owners, operators and users of the DII for achieving the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence For The Warrior C4IFTW Vision, and Joint Vision 2010 described further in section two of this plan. The DII Master Plan is primarily a descriptive document. It is prescriptive only in that it reflects policy guidance stated elsewhere. The DII Master Plan provides the baseline description of DII policy, guidance, strategies, and initiatives. It is a management tool for identifying voids, overlaps, discrepancies, issues, and opportunities. These are addressed by the appropriate organizations. Each version of the DII Master Plan will further refine this living document and will foster the ongoing collaborative process for focusing DOD-wide information technology efforts in support of combat and mission support forces.
- Administration and Management
- Computer Systems