Joint Interoperability Test Command

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The Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) is a United States military organization that tests technology that pertains to multiple branches of the armed services and government. There is a facility in Fort Huachuca, Arizona and in Indian Head, Maryland. JITC's vision is to be an important test and evaluation organization that advances global net-centric testing in support of warfighting capabilities. JITC's mission is to provide a full range of rapid, standardized and customized test, evaluation, and certification services to support global net-centric warfighting capabilities under all conditions of peace and war.

Various JITC Certifications[edit]

There are many testing, certification and accreditation programs at the JITC:

1. Joint Interoperability Certification on DoD Programs of Record (PoRs)
2. Defense Switching Network Special Interoperability Certification
3. DoD IPv6 Product Certification
4. National Imagery Transmission Format Standard
5. Interoperability (IO) and Information Assurance (IA) certification. Once this has been passed the products are added to the The UC Approved Products List[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ https://aplits.disa.mil/processAPList.do