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DCMA Newsroom


All News and Features

Feb. 15, 2023

My DCMA: Daniel Curto, computer assistant

My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.

Feb. 8, 2023

My DCMA: Stephen Jenking, industrial specialist

My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.

Feb. 1, 2023

CMT visits submarine shipyard, gains insight

“Without the factory floor insights, the American taxpayer wouldn’t receive fair value, the warfighter wouldn’t receive the right capability at the right time, and we wouldn’t have a robust and innovative defense industrial base that is postured to meet the demands of an ever-evolving national defense posture,” said Army Maj. Reed Timme, DCMA Hartford.

Jan. 30, 2023

AIMO team member named 2023 Science Spectrum Trailblazer

“We need more minorities and women in STEM careers because it helps to increase the aperture of ideas and solutions through varying perspectives,” said Brandon Bennett. “The reason diversity is so important in the industry, and the world, is because we often provide solutions based on the interactions and experiences that we have encountered in our life.”

Jan. 26, 2023

OPSEC: Team members play vital role in program success

A critical step in implementing the agency’s OPSEC program is to ensure personnel stay current on training requirements. Additionally, employees should become familiar with the organizational specific or unique CIIL.

Jan. 19, 2023

OPSEC: Do you know what CIIL indicates?

The DCMA OPSEC Program’s goal is to prevent inadvertent disclosure, loss or compromise of critical information or indicators, known as CII.

Jan. 13, 2023

The OPSEC cycle explained

January is National Operations Security Awareness Month, and this week’s focus is the OPSEC cycle. Per National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM)-28, “The National Operations Security Program,” the intent is for OPSEC to be a repetitive cycle, not a single process.

Jan. 11, 2023

FIRM Center leads agency’s PIEE transfer effort to modernize e-tool standardization, access

The undertaking required a large multifunctional team from the agency and its outside partners to identify requirements and participate in development.

Jan. 5, 2023

OPSEC history: from ancient origins to modern challenges

The OPSEC program is designed to deny adversaries the ability to collect, analyze and exploit critical information.

Jan. 4, 2023

January welcomes National Mentoring Month

“Thank Your Mentor Day” is Jan. 26.