PAC IT provides support for 53 educational and logistical support locations, approximately 4,000 staff and 24,000 student accounts coupled with server and infrastructure management requirements.
The IT workforce is a combination of Government Service and Contract Personnel, sharing expectations and responsibilities ranging from network infrastructure configurations and end user desktop support, to Information Assurance and the Student Information System.
The DoDEA Computer Acquisition Program (DCAP), is the purchase and replacement process focused to meet computer to student ratios, while maintaining current technology for our staff and students. This program is built upon a 5-year plan, providing a 100% computer refresh to a set number of locations per year.
DoDEA Pacific Information Technology (IT) Division provides comprehensive technology services and management in support of students, staff and faculty at all DoDEA Pacific schools, District Offices, and the Pacific Region Director’s Office.
With the goal of providing a safe and productive experience for all of our end users, PAC IT employs enterprise level web content filtering to identify and block inappropriate content, while also offering our students email access using a filtered, monitored email system designed specifically for school use.
DoDEA Pacific IT Division is focused on supporting student education. We work diligently to enhance technology experiences through the use of interactive flat panel screens, digital projectors, color scanners and printers to support not only instructional requirements, but the creativity within each of our students.