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IT Registry


UPDATE: With the completion of the merger of the DoD IT Registry into the DoD IT Portfolio Repository (DITPR) as outlined in the 28 September 05 Memorandum titled DoD IT Registry Merger into DITPR, DITPR will become the official unclassified DoD data source for FISMA, E-Authentication, Portfolio Management, Privacy Impact Assessments, the inventory of MC/ME/MS systems, and the registry for systems under DODI 5000.02. The completion date is 1 Feb 06.

Overview: The DoD Information Technology Registry supports capital planning and investment processes of selection, control, and evaluation.  The Registry contains a comprehensive inventory of the Department's mission critical and mission essential national security systems and their interfaces.   It is web-enabled to .mil users, and has classified and unclassified portions accessible through NIPRNET and SIPRNET.  Department of Defense Information Technology (IT) Registry Policy Guidance for 2004, dated December 1, 2003 establishes Registry responsibilities to include update and maintenance of information in the Registry.

Who is Responsible? The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring the system is registered and should follow applicable Component CIO procedures and guidance.

IT Registry Update Procedure: The DoD Information Technology Registry uses a standard, documented procedure for updating its contents. Updates to the Registry are required on a quarterly basis. The rules, procedures, and protocols for the addition, deletion, and updating of system information are available to users once they are registered. Service and Agency CIOs confirm the accuracy of its contents on an annual basis.

Use of the IT Registry for Decision Making: The Registry has recently expanded its support to decision makers managing IT assets. In support of the Federal Information Systems Management Act and the Privacy Act additional fields have been added to the Registry. The Registry also supports the Comptroller's Business Management Modernization Program by providing baseline data on mission critical and mission essential financial systems. Service and Agency CIOs determine the addition or deletion of mission critical and essential systems based on mission needs and ongoing investment decisions.   

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