Allied Information Technology’s (AIT) mission is to enhance U.S. and partner nation security and interoperability by delivering non-standard command, control, communications, computers, cyber and intelligence capabilities under the auspices of Defense Security Cooperation and Assistance programs, primarily using the foreign military sales process.
Applied Cyber Technologies (ACT) is a leader in delivering world-class cyber capabilities to the Army’s cyber force. ACT develops innovative, rapid acquisition processes to procure cutting-edge cyber capabilities, and skillfully integrates and fields those technologies to our cyber warriors.
Cyber Analytics and Detection (CAD) provides capabilities that help Soldiers analyze and detect external and internal cyber threats to the Army. CAD focuses on software-based programs that support mission command, planning, integration, analysis and execution at all levels.
Cyber Platforms and Systems (CPS) provides total life cycle management capability to the force. CPS focuses on the procurement and delivery of cyber platforms and cybersecurity tools for the Armed Forces.
Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) provides the hardware, software and tools to proactively defend and enable the Army’s network to operate unfettered from the threat of cyber attacks. DCO equips our partner nations with cutting-edge information infrastructure capabilities.
PEO EIS’s Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) hosted a change of charter ceremony at Fort Belvoir on July 28 for the Cyber Platforms and Systems (CPS) product office, bidding farewell to outgoing product manager Lt. Col. Mike Lind and welcoming Lt. Col. Brad Son as his replacement.