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Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
LT. GEN. MALCOLM O'NEILL, USA Deputy Director
DOUGLAS KLINE, Acting Chief of Staff
COL. ROBERT PEAVEY, USAF (For the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 32, Part 388)
The Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (formerly the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization) was established as a separate agency of the Department of Defense and is Presidentially chartered and mandated by Congress to develop ballistic missile defense systems that are capable of providing highly effective defense of the United States, forward-deployed and expeditionary elements of the U.S. Armed Forces, and allies of the United States.
The agency's mission is to manage and direct DOD's Ballistic Missile Defense acquisition programs, which
include theater missile defense, and to develop a national missile defense program for the United States. The agency also is responsible for the continuing research and development of follow-on technologies that are relevant for long-term ballistic missile defense. These programs will build a technical foundation for evolutionary growth in future ballistic missile defenses. In developing these programs, the agency utilizes the services of the Military Departments, the Department of Energy, private industries, and educational and research institutions.
For further information, contact Management Operations, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization,
Central Imagery Office
ANNETTE J. KRYGIEL
The Central Imagery Office (CIO) was established on May 6, 1992, and
operates under DOD Directive 5105.56. The Office ensures that Government
intelligence, mapping, charting and geodesy, and other needs for imagery are met effectively and efficiently in a manner conducive to national security, consistent with the authorities and duties of the Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence. It
provides support functions to the Department of Defense, the Central Intelligence Agency, and other Federal departments and agencies on matters concerning imagery relating to national security.
For further information, contact the Office of the Director, Administration, Suite 300, 8401 Old Courthouse Road, Vienna, VA 22182–3820. Phone, 703–275-5810.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is a separately organized agency within the Department of Defense under a Director appointed by the Secretary of Defense. The Agency, under the authority, direction, and control of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering (DDR&E), engages in advanced basic and applied research and development projects essential to the Department of Defense, and conducts prototype projects that embody technology that may be incorporated into joint programs, programs in support of deployed U.S. forces, selected Military Department programs, or dual-use programs and, on request, assists the Military Departments in their research and development efforts.
In this regard, the Agency arranges, manages, and directs the performance of work connected with assigned advanced projects by the Military Departments, other government agencies, individuals, private business entities, and educational or research institutions, as appropriate; recommends through the DDR&E to the Secretary of Defense assignment of advanced projects to the Agency; keeps the DDR&E, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Military Departments, and other Department of Defense agencies informed on significant new developments and technological advances within assigned projects; and performs other such functions as the Secretary of Defense or the DDR&E may assign.
For further information, contact the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, 3701 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22203-1714. Phone, 703–696–2444.
For further information, contact the Chief, Safety, Security, and Administration, 1300 "E" Avenue, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1800. Phone, 804_734–8808.
The Agency manages its operations overseas. Each region is responsible for through 5 regional offices responsible for the contract auditing function in its approximately 108 field audit offices
assigned area. throughout the United States and
Regional Offices-Defense Contract Audit Agency
Telephone CENTRAL Suite 300. 106 Decker Ct, Irving, TX 75062-2795
Suite 300, 2400 Lake Park Dr., Smyrna, GA 30080-7644 Richard R. Buhre 770_319-4514 MID-ATLANTIC Suite 1000. 615 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106 William H. Kraft 215597-5837
4498. NORTHEASTERN 83 Hartwell Ave., Lexington, MA 02173_3163
Francis Summers, Jr. 617-377-9715 WESTERN
Suite 300, 16700 Valley View Ave., La Mirada, CA 90638 Robert W. Matter 714-228-7001
For further information, contact the Executive Officer, Defense Contract Audit Agency, Cameron Station, Alexandria, VA 22304-6178. Phone, 703–274–7319. Information regarding employment may be obtained from the regional offices.
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
RICHARD F. KEEVEY
The Defense Finance and Accounting Service was established by direction of the Secretary of Defense on November 26, 1990, and operates under DOD Directive 5118.5.
The Service is responsible for making all payments, including payroll and contracts, and for maintaining all finance and accounting records for the Department of Defense. The Service is
responsible for preparing annual financial statements for DOD in accordance with the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990. The Service is also responsible for the consolidation, standardization, upgrading, and integration of finance and accounting requirements, functions, processes, operations, and systems in the Department.
For further information, contact the Public Affairs Office, Room 416, Crystal Mall 3, Arlington, VA 22240 5219. Phone, 703-607-2821.
Defense Information Systems Agency
LT. GEN. ALBERT J. EDMONDS,
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), originally established as the Defense Communications Agency, is a combat support agency of the Department of Defense.
The Agency is organized into a headquarters and field activities acting for the Director in assigned areas of responsibility. The field organizations include the White House Communications Agency, Joint Interoperability and Engineering Organization, DISA Western Hemisphere, Joint Interoperability Test Command, and Defense Information Technology Contracting Office.
The Agency is responsible for planning, developing, and supporting command, control, communications, and information systems that serve the needs of the National Command Authorities under all conditions of peace and war. It manages the Defense Information Infrastructure and is responsible for the
DOD telecommunications and information processing facilities. It provides guidance and support on technical and operational C3 and information systems issues affecting the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Military Departments, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Unified Combatant Commands, and the Defense Agencies. It ensures the interoperability of the Defense Information Infrastructure (DII), theater and tactical command and control systems, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and/or allied C) systems, and those national and/or international commercial systems that affect the DISA mission. It supports national security emergency preparedness telecommunications functions of the National Communications System (NCS), as prescribed by Executive Order 12472 of April 3, 1984.
For further information, contact the Public Affairs Office, Defense Information Systems Agency, 701 South Courthouse Road, Arlington, VA 22204_2199. Phone, 703-607-6900.
Defense Intelligence Agency
LT. GEN. PATRICK M. HUGHES, USA
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) was established by DOD Directive 5105.21, effective October 1, 1961, under provisions of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended (50 U.S.C. 401 et seq.).
The Defense Intelligence Agency is a combat support agency. The Agency's intelligence activities support military operations in peacetime, crisis, contingency, and combat; weapons systems acquisition and planning; and defense policymaking. To accomplish the assigned mission, DIA produces military intelligence for national foreign
intelligence and counterintelligence products; coordinates all DOD intelligence collection requirements; operates the Central Measurement and Signals Intelligence (MASINT) Office; manages the Defense Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Service and the Defense Attache System; and provides foreign intelligence and counterintelligence support to the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The Director of DIA coordinates the Defense General Intelligence and Applications Program, an element of the