Information Analysis Centers
GSL manages three Department of Defense Information Analysis Centers (IACs):
These Centers are among nine Military Service-sponsored IACs. Other such Centers provide information products and services related to Coastal Engineering Defense, Cold Regions Science and Technology, Defense Threat Reduction, Environmental, Hydraulic Engineering, and Shock and Vibration.
The GSL IACs respond to user requests through oral and written counsel from technical experts on the staff. Many IAC services are available at little or no cost. Some abstracts and indexes, current awareness products, and technical inquiry services are free. However, fees may be charged to offset the costs of collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information.
The APMIAC is a focal point for information related to all aspects of airfields, pavements, and vehicle mobility, including analytical modeling, criteria development, laboratory testing, full-scale test tracks, field investigations, modeling and simulations, and operations research.
Requests for information can be directed to the APMIAC Director via e-mail, telephone 601-634-2955, or fax 601-634-3020, or can be mailed to the address at the bottom of the page.
The CTIAC has gathered, analyzed, evaluated, condensed, and published reports on the state of the art in a number of areas related to concrete technology. The CTIAC draws upon the experience of GSL engineers and scientists who have expertise in related disciplines, including chemistry, physics, civil engineering, materials science and engineering, and structural engineering.
Requests for information can be directed to the CTIAC Director via e-mail, telephone 601-634-3261, or fax 601-634-3242, or can be mailed to the address at the bottom of the page.
Requests for information from any of the GSL IACs can be mailed to this address:
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
Date: Feb 2010