Danish Defence IT Agency

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Danish Defence IT Agency
Forsvarets Koncernfælles Informatiktjeneste
Danish Defence IT Agency logo.svg
Agency overview
Formed 1 January 2006; 10 years ago (2006-01-01)[1]
Type Support organisation
Headquarters Kastellet
Employees approx. 300[2]
Agency executive
  • Asger S. Olesen[3], Director
Parent Agency Ministry of Defence
Website Official Webpage

The Danish Defence IT Agency ((Danish): Forsvarets Koncernfælles Informatiktjeneste, abbrev. FKIT) is a joint service under the Danish Defence Command, tasked with service and support of IT-equipment in the Danish Defence.


The Danish Defence IT Agency services approx. 21,000 units and support approx. 17,000 users.[4] This include infrastructure, hardware and software maintenance and reconstruction, covering all Danish military installations; both local and abroad and embedded in deployed units as well as maintenance of the Danish Defence SAP-based DeMars (Defence Management and Resource Control System) ERP-system.


The Danish Defence IT Agency is divided into seven departments, each containing a number of sections:[5] The support staff department, the plans, policy and projects department, the infrastructure and application department, the communication and classified systems department, the service department, the resource and tender department, the DeMars architecture and economy department and the DeMars personnel, structure and logistic department.


  1. ^ [1] in Danish
  2. ^ [2] in Danish
  3. ^ [3] 2011-04-11 in Danish
  4. ^ Om FKIT in Danish
  5. ^ FKIT Organisation in Danish

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