A hub for technical knowledge management.
National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC) is a National center, organized under the Department of Justice (DoJ), designed as a hub for technical knowledge management that facilitates the sharing of solutions and know-how among law enforcement agencies, and strengthen law enforcement's relationships with the communications industry.
The NDCAC leverages/shares collective technical knowledge and resources of law enforcement on issues involving real-time and stored communications to address challenges posed by advanced communications services and technologies.
It is important to note that the NDCAC does not conduct Research and Development (R&D), is not responsible for the execution of any electronic surveillance court orders, and does not have any direct operational or investigative role in investigations. Rather, the NDCAC provides technical knowledge and referrals in response to requests for assistance from any member of the law enforcement community.
Members of the Executive Advisory Board (EAB) have been integrally involved in establishing the vision for the NDCAC. The EAB is comprised of approximately 15 members and represents a wide range of Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies.