DCIO C4&IIC focuses on empowering data access through mobile devices
and networks and leveraging spectrum resources

Leadership

Photograph of Brian Teeple            Dr. Brian Teeple is the Acting DCIO for Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) and Information Infrastructure Capabilities (IIC) (C4&IIC).  In this capacity, he provides expertise and broad guidance on policy, programmatic, and technical issues relating to C4&IIC in order to achieve and maintain information dominance for the Department.  Previously, Dr. Teeple directed the Advanced Technology Office, Advanced Systems and Technology Directorate for the National Reconnaissance Office. He earned a doctorate in Aerospace Systems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Photograph of MG Kennedy            Maj Gen (Sel) Kevin Kennedy is the Principal Director to the DCIO C4&IIC.. As Principal Director, General Kennedy provides technical expertise and broad guidance on policy, programmatic and technical issues relating to C4IIC to integrate and synchronize Defense-wide communications and infrastructure programs. He also advises on efforts to achieve and maintain information dominance for the Department of Defense (DoD). He manages efforts defining DoD policies and strategies for design, architecture, interoperability standards, capability development and sustainment of critical C2 and communications for nuclear and non-nuclear strategic strike, integrated missile defense and Defense and National Leadership Command Capabilities.

Overview

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Deputy Chief Information Officer for Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) and Information

Infrastructure Capabilities (IIC) provides expertise and broad guidance on policy, programmatic, and technical issues relating to C4&IIC to integrate and synchronize DoD-wide communications and infrastructure programs and efforts to achieve and maintain information dominance for the Department.

DCIO C4&IIC also manages efforts defining DoD policies and strategies for design, architecture, interoperability standards, capability development, and sustainment of critical C2 and communications for nuclear and non-nuclear strategic strike, integrated missile defense, and Defense and National Leadership Command Capabilities. Its sub organizations include Spectrum Policy and Programs; C4 and Information Infrastructure, including military and commercial SATCOM and Positioning, Navigation, and Timing; National Leadership Command Capabilities; and DoD CIO’s International Affairs.

This organization focuses on several DoD CIO top priorities, including empowering data access for DoD personnel through mobile devices and networks as well as sharing scarce spectrum resources with partners across industry and government. These efforts are critical to empowering secure, efficient, effective information technology for the Warfighter, because they look toward the future of accessing and utilizing information.