Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)

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Our combating weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) efforts are driven by the threats we face today. A terrorist attack utilizing WMD can result in enormous loss of life, negatively impact economies, constrain national budgets, create political unbalance in geographic regions, and most certainly promote additional proliferation and terrorist activity around the world.
Our focus is to keep WMD out of the hands of terrorists and other enemies by locking down, monitoring, and destroying weapons and weapons related materials. We also assist Combatant Commanders with their plans and responses to WMD events and develop and deliver cutting-edge technologies to assist with all of these endeavors.
There is no other country or government that is solely focused on combating weapons of mass destruction 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Every day, 2000 people from our organization come to work in locations around the United States and around the world focused on one thing, and that's safeguarding the American people against these threats. Our success is determined by what didn’t happen –what we prevented, what we helped to interdict, what we eliminated, what we mitigated, and how prepared we are to respond. That is the basis of the shield that we can provide across the full threat spectrum -- chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosives (CBRNE).
As a Combat Support Agency, we support the Combatant Commanders and Services in responding to any WMD threat. This requires us to not only address current needs but also to anticipate future threats to our warfighters. In our Defense Agency role, we manage a research and development portfolio to develop tools and capabilities. As a USSTRATCOM Center, we support USSTRATCOM’s synchronization of Department of Defense planning efforts to counter weapons of mass destruction. And the complementary Standing Joint Force Headquarters for Elimination provides both steady state CWMD planning support and can be deployed to provide direct operational support for US Military task forces in hostile environments

פרטי קשר:

Director, DTRA/SCC-WMD
(703) 767- 4883
The DIR is responsible to both the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs (as the director of DTRA) and the Commander, U.S. Strategic Command (as the director of SCC-WMD) for leading and coordinating the DoD’s combatting weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) efforts.
Deputy Director, DTRA
(703) 767-4551
The DDIR-D serves as a principal advisor and assistant to the director.
Deputy Director, SCC-WMD and Commander, SJFHQ-E
(703) 767-6622
The DDIR-S serves as a principal advisor and assistant to the director, and is also the commander of the Standing Joint Force Headquarters for Elimination (SJFHQ-E) of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Command Senior Enlisted Leader, DTRA/SCC-WMD
(703) 767-0848
The CSEL serves as a principal advisor to the director and offers an enlisted perspective on operational issues and missions.
Executive Director
(703) 767-6977
The ED is the senior career executive and oversees day-to-day operations and business planning, long-range budgetary and strategic management of the agency.
Chief of Staff, DTRA/SCC-WMD
(703) 767-6977
Chief of Staff, SJFHQ-E
(410) 436-7183
J1 – Human Resources
(703) 767-5945
Disability Programs
(703) 767-4451
Military Tours
(703) 767-5755
Employment Verification
Requested in MyBiz by employee
J2/5/8R – Intelligence, Plans and Resource Integration
(703) 767-4264
J3/7 – Operations, Readiness and Exercises
(703) 767-7864
Cooperative Threat Reduction
(703) 767-7785
On-Site Inspection
(703) 767-4449
Operations and Nuclear Support
(703) 767-7804
Operations Center
(703) 767-2000/2003 or 877-240-1187
J4/8C – Acquisition, Finance and Logistics
(703) 767-7900
Small Business Programs
(703) 767-7889
J6 – Information Operations (CIO)
(703) 767-4918
J9 – Research and Development
(703) 767-1302
Basic & Applied Sciences
(703) 767-2999
Chemical/Biological Technologies
(703) 767-3480
Chief Scientist
(703) 767-1302
Counter WMD Technologies
(703) 767-4176
Nuclear Technologies
(703) 767-2500
The DNWS is a DoD schoolhouse that provides education and training on a wide variety of CBRN courses to
members of the military as well as federal, state and local authorities.
Defense Threat Reduction Information Analysis Center
505-853-0854 or 800-701-5069 (DSN 246-0854)
DTRIAC the DoD’s premier source of information and analysis on a wide range of nuclear and conventional
weapons-related topics.
Defense Treaty Inspection Readiness Program
DTIRP is a DoD program for security education and awareness concerning the operational activities associated
with arms control implementation
Equal Opportunity and Diversity Programs
(703) 767-4451
Freedom of Information Act Office
(703) 767-1792
General Counsel
(703) 767-4561
Inspector General
(703) 767-5849
Legislative and Governmental Affairs
(703) 767-5943
Nuclear Test Personnel Review Program ('Atomic Vets')
NTPR is a DoD program that works to confirm veteran participation in U.S. atmospheric nuclear tests from 1945-1962, as well the occupation forces of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after WWII (members of this group are often referred to as ‘atomic vets’).
Department of Energy’s Nuclear Testing Archive
(702) 794-5117
Department of Justice Radiation Exposure Program
Department of Veteran Affairs
Mission Support
(703) 767-5862
Public Affairs
(703) 767-5870
Security and Counterintelligence
(703) 767-4502
Travel Services (Carlson Wagonlit)
(703) 767-5052/5053
Unsolicited Proposals
Video Teleconference Assistance
Ft. Belvoir, Va
(703) 767-5540
Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.
(505) 853-4743
Visitor Procedures
iRAPT (Formerly WAWF) Help Desk email
(703) 767-6840

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