Information Systems & Services
|Formed||April 1, 2008|
|Jurisdiction||Government of the United Kingdom|
|Headquarters||MOD Corsham, Wiltshire|
|Annual budget||£1.8 billion|
|Parent department||Ministry of Defence|
|Parent Organisation||Joint Forces Command|
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Information Systems and Services (or Information Systems & Services or ISS) is a Cluster within the Joint Forces Command Top Level Budget of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence. With its headquarters at Corsham, Wiltshire, and satellite sites elsewhere, it employs around 5,000 people.
ISS was created on 1 April 2008 from the former Defence Communications and Services Agency (DCSA). In turn, the DCSA had been formed in 1995 from many single-Service signals organisations including RAFSEE (the Royal Air Force Signals Engineering Establishment). On 1 April 2014, ISS moved from Defence Equipment and Support to Joint Forces Command.
- MOD Bicester, a military storage and distribution centre in Oxfordshire.
- Blandford Camp, a British Army facility in Dorset, home to the Royal Corps of Signals.
- ISS Boddington, a former non-flying RAF station in Gloucestershire.
- RAF Henlow in Bedfordshire, home to parts of Communication and Information Systems Branch (CIS) and Operations Support Branch (OSB).
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