The book, which draws heavily on eighteen years' experience providing anonymous direct foreign open source collection and analysis for selected national agencies and the Combatant Commanders (COCOM), is organized into four parts: Operational Challenges; Information Challenges; Strategic Concepts for Global IO inclusive of multinational, multiagency, multidisciplinary, multidomain information sharing (M4IS); and a Requirements Statement for a global defense open source information system open to all legitimate governments and organizations.
What does DOIT stand for?
DOIT stands for Defense Open (System Environment), Implementation and Transition
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 21 other meanings of DOIT in our Acronym Attic
- Dial Other Internet Providers (computer application)
- Digi Optical Image Processor (Sim2 Multimedia Fiber Optic Video Processor)
- Domotics Over IP (Internet Protocol; automation technology)
- Drive Over Internet Protocol (engineering project; Egypt)
- Department of Industry and Resources (Australia)
- Delivery Operations Information System (US Postal Service)
- Department of Investment Services
- Director of Industrial Security
- Director of Information Services
- Documents in Information Science
- Department of Information Technology
- Department of Personnel and Administration
- Development of Onsite Innovative Technologies
- Directorate of Information Technology (various locations)
- Division of Information Technologies (Colorado)
- Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications
- Distributed Operations Implementation Working Group
- Date of Joining (human resources)
- Day of Judgement
- Defender of Justice (comic)
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