DCI systems engineers have accumulated in-depth knowledge of shipboard combat systems, and their
associated development and training disciplines, after years of working “in the trenches” on multiple combat system
elements as they’ve evolved since the 1970’s. Their tasks have ranged
from developing the computer programs of the shipboard combat systems to defining new capabilities and assessing state-of-the-art
technologies that should be added to future upgrades.
Several decisions within the Department of Defense which focus more on streamlining the
non-warfighting aspects, such as the decision to transition to the Navy Marine Corps Internet (NMCI), are having a profound
impact on the day-to-day management of the business operations of our military. DCI is currently providing both systems
engineering and management support to the Joint Services to ensure the computing systems delivered will meet the needs of
the warfighters over the next decade.