disa disa  /ˈdɪ sə/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) any orchid of the genus Disa; beautiful orchids with dark green leaves and usually hooded flowers; much prized as emblematic flowers in their native regions
  2. (n) a combat support agency in the Department of Defense responsible for developing and operating and supporting information systems to serve the needs of the President and the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Usage(s):

  1. Architect Paul Rudolph of the Yale School of Art and Architecture disa grees.
  2. While drovin' and delvin' into de subject of Prohibition, I digs up plenty of data not disa and dat-abut data, data.
  3. If the court disa grees, the House may simply ignore it.

News

  1. Japan formally OKs new nuke safety requirements

    Japan's nuclear watchdog formally approved a set of new safety requirements for atomic power plants Wednesday, paving the way for the reopening of facilities shut down since the Fukushima disa
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Provo Daily Herald

  2. Griffin searchers: Timber found in Lake Michigan 'many centuries' old

    Fairport — A wooden beam embedded at the bottom of northern Lake Michigan appears to have been there for centuries, underwater archaeologists announced Tuesday, a crucial finding as crews dig toward what they hope is the carcass of a French ship that disa
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Detroit News

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Quotes

  1. "The DVS II requirements are far beyond any currently fielded system, as DISA wants a net-centric solution to grow well into the future," said Dr. Jack Anderson, DVS II technical lead and communications manager, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems....
    on Nov 28, 2005 By: Jack Anderson Source: Business Wire (press release)

  2. "Since GIG-BE is a DISA program, obviously cyber security is an integral part of the network design," said Paul Kurtz, executive director of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance. "This is an excellent illustration of government leadership by...
    on Nov 4, 2004 By: Paul Kurtz Source: Business Wire (press release)

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