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DoD Information Technology Security Certification

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How would a company go about getting this certification for their products they sell?
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First I think you need to work for the gov or mil: http://iase.disa.mil/ditscap/index.html http://iase.disa.mil/ditscap/ditscap-to-diacap.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DIACAP (the replacement of DITSCAP)
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Thanks guys. So I have to be a government employee?  What about sponsors? I was told you need a sponsor to get this certification?
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From the FAQ it does look like a sponsor (a DoD employee) can get your accreditation started http://iase.disa.mil/ditscap/diacap-faqs.pdf
For additional information, contact Technical Inquiries by phone or email:
       Phone: (703)377-0001
       email: support@diacap-knowledgeservice.org
       Hours of operation: 0900-1700 EST, Monday – Friday
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cool thanks
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