Defense Threat Reduction Agency

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 169
Defense Security Cooperation Agency
2800 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301–2800
Phone, 703–601–3700. Internet, http://www.dsca.mil.
Director VICE ADM. WILLIAM E. LANDAY, III,
USN
Deputy Director RICHARD A. GENAILLE, JR.
The Defense Security Cooperation
Agency (DSCA) was established in 1971
and is under the authority, direction,
and control of the Under Secretary
of Defense (Policy). DSCA provides
traditional security assistance functions
such as military assistance, international
military education and training, and
foreign military sales. DSCA also has
program management responsibilities for
humanitarian assistance, demining, and
other DOD programs.
For further information, contact the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, 2800 Defense Pentagon,
Washington, DC 20301–2800. Phone, 703–601–3700. Email, lpa-web@dsca.mil. Internet, http://www.dsca.
mil.
Defense Security Service
1340 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA 22314–1651
Phone, 703–325–9471. Internet, http://www.dss.mil.
Director STANLEY L. SIMS
Deputy Director JAMES J. KREN
The Defense Security Service (DSS)
is under the authority, direction,
and control of the Under Secretary
of Defense for Intelligence. DSS
ensures the safeguarding of classifi ed
information used by contractors on
behalf of the DOD and 22 other
executive branch agencies under the
National Industrial Security Program. It
oversees the protection of conventional
arms, munitions, and explosives in the
custody of DOD contractors; evaluates
the protection of selected private
sector critical assets and infrastructures
(physical and cyber-based systems)
and recommends measures needed
to maintain operations identifi ed as
vital to DOD. DSS makes clearance
determinations for industry and
provides support services for DOD
Central Adjudicative Facilities. It
provides security education, training,
and proactive awareness programs for
military, civilian, and cleared industry to
enhance their profi ciency and awareness
of DOD security policies and procedures.
DSS also has a counterintelligence
offi ce to integrate counterintelligence
principles into security countermeasures
missions and to support the national
counterintelligence strategy. Information
on DSS operating locations and centers
is available at http://www.dss.mil/isp/
dss_oper_loc.html.
For further information, contact the Defense Security Service, Offi ce of Congressional and Public Affairs,
1340 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA 22314–1651. Phone, 703–325–9471. Internet, http://www.dss.mil.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
8725 John J. Kingman Road, MS 6201, Fort Belvoir, VA 22260–5916
Phone, 703–325–2102. Internet, http://www.dtra.mil.
Director KENNETH A. MEYERS
Deputy Director MAJ. GEN. JAY G. SANTEE, USAF

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