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Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM)

The mission of the US Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) is to develop, acquire and sustain superior information technologies and integrated systems, enabling battlespace dominance for America's warfighters. CECOM provides the architectural framework and systems engineering to insure joint interoperability and horizontal technology integration across the TOTAL battlespace. CECOM executes its mission throughout the lifecycle of warfighting systems and platforms through an integrated process of technology generation and application, acquisition excellence, logistics power projection, project management and depot operations. The command furthers joint interoperability through an alliance with its counterpart commands in the Navy and Air Force, and through a jointly staffed Commanders in Chief (CINC) Interoperability Program Office (CIPO) at Fort Monmouth.

Fort Monmouth is home to a wide variety of Army, Department of Defense (DoD) and other government activities. CECOM, although geographically dispersed at various locations in the US and around the world, is the host and largest activity at Fort Monmouth. Among the government organizations located on Fort Monmouth are two Army Program Executive Offices - Command, Control and Communications Systems (PEO-C3S) and Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO-IEWS); the Defense Information Systems Agency/Joint Interoperability Engineering Organization; and numerous other resident activities. To accomplish CECOM's vision to be the Universally Recognized Leader in Providing Information Dominance Capabilities to America's Warfighters, "...So Overwhelming That Decisive Victory is Achieved,"

CECOM relies on seven major organizational components: the Research, Development and Engineering Center (RDEC); Software Engineering Center (SEC); Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC); Deputy for Systems Acquisition/Systems Management Center (DSA/SMC); Logistics and Readiness Center (LRC); Tobyhanna Army Depot; and CECOM Acquisition Center (AC).



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