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DOD Secure Access File Exchange achieves Initial Operating Capability
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In response to a DOD Chief Information Officer (CIO) directive, the Defense Information Systems Agency Services Development Directorate deployed Department of Defense Secure Access File Exchange (DOD SAFE) Aug. 15.
DOD SAFE, a replacement for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) Safe Access File Exchange (SAFE) slated to be retiring in August, will provide, at no cost, users with a DOD enterprise-wide method of securely transferring files.
“The service provides exceptional functionality to our active and reserve service members, DOD civil servants, eligible DOD contractor personnel, and even our federal mission partners,” said Brian Hermann, director, SDD. “Now when a DOD team member needs to send or receive a large file, they have a simple and secure method in which to do so.”
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