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​To improve the global deployability and sustainment of U.S. Armed Forces by providing the Department of Defense (DoD) with transportation engineering, policy guidance, research, and analytical expertise to support the National Military Strategy.

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​To be an organization with a performance based reputation for excellence in Transportation Engineering built by a committed workforce that inspires trust and confidence by providing best value solutions to the joint warfighter in supporting improved deployment and distribution capabilities.

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As the premier Department of Defense deployment engineering and analysis center, SDDCTEA (formerly MTMCTEA) employs state-of-the-art computational and analytical tools as well as the most advanced information system technologies to satisfy the war fighter's total force projection needs. Today's National Military Strategy is built on our ability to rapidly deploy, project and sustain armed forces anywhere in the world. These force projection goals are constantly evolving and becoming ever more demanding. SDDCTEA supports these requirements with timely and accurate deployment and surface distribution-related analyses and transportation engineering solutions.


Our highly motivated team includes civil, mechanical and computer engineers, operations research analysts, transportation specialists, computer specialists, engineering and computer technicians, and a diverse and highly skilled support staff. For us, customer satisfaction is the number one priority.

We are proud to play a key role in ensuring that our military forces can respond successfully to any requirement anywhere in the world.

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Mr. Bruce A. Busler, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is dual-hatted as the Director of the USTRANSCOM Joint Distribution Process Analysis Center (JDPAC) and Executive Director of the SDDC Transportation Engineering Agency (TEA). He also serves as the Special Assistant for Transportation Engineering to implement DOD policy guidance for highway, railroad, and port for national defense programs.

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