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Mission
Protect.  Connect.  Perform.

Vision
To Deliver an Information Dominant Domain to Defeat our Nation's Adversaries

Key Focus Areas
Artificial Intelligence. Cloud. Communications. Cybersecurity. Data.

Welcome

Welcome to the Website for the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer (DoD CIO). The DoD CIO is the principal staff assistant and senior advisor to the Secretary of Defense and Deputy Secretary of Defense for information technology (IT) (including national security systems and defense business systems), information resources management (IRM), and efficiencies. This means that DoD CIO is responsible for all matters relating to the DoD information enterprise, such as cybersecurity, communications, information systems, and more. To learn more, please read about the DoD Digital Modernization Strategy, the DoD CIO organization’s current charter, or browse this website.

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#ICYMI: Today is the last day to register for the DIB CS Program’s Working Group Meetings. Contact OSD.DIBCSIA@mailhttps://t.co/sI5bnsO4SE
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RT @DoDJAIC: Read how the @DoDJAIC is looking to enable disadvantaged users in the @DeptofDefense to help them pursue their use cases. #ma
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The Cyber Threat Roundup is a weekly collection of recent open-source articles of interest for the Defense Industri… https://t.co/4hsM4mdiup
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RT @DoDJAIC: While the @DeptofDefense and @DoDJAIC accelerate and scale AI at home, we continue to work with our allies and partners https:…
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As we conclude this year’s #NCSAM, listen to this message from @DeptofDefense CIO Dana Deasy and @US_CYBERCOM Gen.… https://t.co/ymiB6ks1xS
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RT @DeptofDefense: Today, we released the Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy which will help ensure our warfighters have freedom…
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Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. #NCSAM #BeCyberSmart https://t.co/zsQFL6ZbyX
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Own your role in protecting your part of cyberspace. Follow along for more tips to be safer online. https://t.co/ckuAFeYKdM #BeCyberSmart
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