Protective Design Center
Welcome to the Protective Design Center
If you are a U.S. citizen employed by a U.S. Government Agency or U.S. Government Contractor, you are invited to apply for access to PDC SharePoint sites <PDC Email>. All Foreign Nationals should consult their Embassy or Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC) for authorization to receive any FOUO tools or documents.
We now have 2 web sites to better serve you
1. This PDC public web site that contains general static information and training schedules. The URL for this site is https://www.nwo.usace.army.mil/pdc/home
2. Second website is a U.S. Government web site and is CAC access only web site. This site will still require approval to access and will be limited to U.S. Citizens only. Foreign nationals are recommended to consult with their Embassy or Office of Defense cooperation for authorization to receive any FOUO tool or documents. The URL for the IIntelink web site is https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/pdc/SitePages/Home.aspx Further instruction to access this website is in this downloadable document.. INTElink Registration Instruction
The purpose of the Protective Design Center website is to provide information, criteria, and programming tools to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors (U.S. citizenship required). Please honor the markings on all documents and web pages. Because of the sensitive nature of some of this site's content, full access requires an approved user account. If you would like to apply for an account, then click the 'join' link located in the upper-right corner of the screen. You may browse the site without registering, but you will only have access to public information.
The Protective Design Center (PDC) is the Army's center of expertise for engineering services related to force protection and protective design. We provide engineering design and support services to the Army for both permanent and expedient applications and to DOD and other U.S. Government agencies to protect assets against criminal, terrorist, conventional, nuclear and special weapon threats.
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