The scope of DTIC's scientific and technical (S&T) collection covers all areas of defense research, including biological and medical science, environmental pollution and control, and behavioral and social science. The collection also contains Department of Defense (DoD) directives and instructions, budget information, conference and symposia proceedings, patents and patent applications, and other topics of interest to the defense community.
DTIC offers various Web sites for access to its resources and services: DTIC Online; DTIC Online Access Controlled; DTIC Online Classified; Aristotle and DoDTechipedia. Entrance to each site is based on an individual's registration level and provides the respective access and information coverage.
DTIC Online (Public) does not require registration and offers easy access to publicly accessible information from defense and federal Web sites.
DTIC Online Access Controlled is the DTIC gateway to an enhanced collection of Department of Defense (DoD) unclassified, controlled information. This includes science and technology (S&T) and research and engineering (R&E) resources. DOAC provides access to technical reports including Information Analysis Center (IAC-TEMS database) reports, DoDTechipedia, and Aristotle.
You must be registered to use the DOAC search and other resources including querying congressional budget information, DoD S&T planning documents and tools, over three and one half million technical reports, information on research in progress, and collaboration opportunities. Features and resources include:
Register or Access DTIC Online Access Controlled
(Top of Page)
DTIC Online Classified
DTIC Online Classified requires additional registration and is available on the SIPRNET (Secret Internet Protocol Router Network). It is free and accessible to individuals granted access to the SIPRNET. DTIC Online Classified includes the following:
To register for DTIC Online Classified, you must have a SIPRNet account and would need to log on to the SIPRNet and then go to https://reg.dtic.smil.mil/SDTICreg.
(Top of Page)
Aristotle is a Web-based professional networking tool designed for federal government and Department of Defense (DoD) employees and contractors in the Science and Technology (S&T) community. Aristotle connects federal and DoD customers, users, and collaborators. The system allows you to search People, Projects and Topics and provides a constantly evolving snapshot of what is going on across the S&T community.
To use Aristotle, you must be registered with DTIC. Once you are registered with DTIC, you may access Aristotle with your user ID and password or your Common Access Card (CAC). You may also move seamlessly to Aristotle when logged on to DTIC Online Access Controlled. For additional information about Aristotle, call 1-800-225-3842 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For registration assistance, email: email@example.com.
Register or Access AristotleConnect Now
(Top of Page)
A DoD scientific and technical wiki, DoDTechipedia is designed to increase communication and collaboration among DoD scientists, engineers, program managers and operational warfighters. This tool enables DoD personnel to collaborate on technological solutions, reduce costs, add capability and avoid duplication. DoDTechipedia aids in the rapid development of technology and the discovery of innovative solutions to meet critical capability needs and gaps.
Creating a valuable source of information requires your input. Share
your knowledge, assist a colleague, ask a question, post an event,
start a blog to and be part of the development of the DoD's first
knowledge network. To ensure that the most advanced technologies reach
the warfighter tomorrow, collaborate on DoDTechipedia today. For additional
information about DoDTechipedia, call 1-800-225-3842 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For registration assistance, email: email@example.com.
Register or Access DoDTechipedia
(Top of Page)