Signals Intelligence

IIT provides intelligence, security, and technical support to future organizational and operational actions impacting Army Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) capabilities. Our personnel support the Army Cryptologic Operations (ACO) staff located at the National Security Agency; Fort Meade, MD, and the TROJAN Management Office under the auspices of the INSCOM Deputy Chief of Staff; Operations/G3; and INSCOM Major Subordinate Commands (MSC) in ongoing programs to realign missions, personnel, systems, and other resources to ensure support to the Army, Ground Component Commanders, and the Intelligence Community at large.

IIT routinely participates in multi-service and multi-agency working groups developing the SIGINT and cryptologic plans for the future of national, theater, and tactical intelligence. This includes support to the development of the Army Cryptologic Architecture (ACA) and ensuring service and ground component requirements and equities are captured within the overarching Unified Cryptologic Architecture (UCA).

In support of on-going TROJAN Management Office Operations, IIT provides analytical and technical personnel to assist in the planning and implementation of TROJAN systems that have evolved from training systems to critical elements in the Army’s Intelligence Strategy. IIT supports the ARMY/INSCOM TROJAN Management Office through systems and operational concept development and review; system security/accreditation; and, coordination and planning of deployments, upgrades and new system fielding.

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