DSA may stand for:
- Data Structure Analysis, a pointer analysis used in LLVM
- Debian Security Advisory, a notice regarding security-related problems to users of the Debian GNU/Linux operative system
- "Detect, see, avoid", an aircraft anti-collision technology program, part of the NASA ERAST Program
- Digital Signature Algorithm
- Directory System Agent, part of X.500
- Distributed Systems Architecture, a strictly OSI-compliant network architecture developed by Honeywell-Bull
- Dynamic Storage Allocation, a frequent synonym for Dynamic Memory Allocation
- Debating SA Incorporated, a South Australian organisation that conducts debating activities.
- Democratic Socialists of America, an offshoot of the historic Socialist Party of America established in 1982
- DeKalb School of the Arts, a grades 8-12 public school in an Atlanta, GA.
- Denver School of the Arts, a grades 6-12 public school in Denver, CO where students audition in 12 major arts areas.
- Department of Social Affairs of the fictional British Government from the television comedy satire The Thick of It
- Development Studies Association
- Down's Syndrome Association, UK charity
- Driving Standards Agency, an executive agency of the British Department for Transport
- DSA Myanmar, Defense Services Academy
- Durham School of the Arts, a grades 6-12 public school in Durham, NC.
- German School of Athens, also known as "Deutsche Schule Athen"
- Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, IATA airport code
- Deducting Search Algorithm, Mathematical Algorithm to determine shortest route to information
- Das Schwarze Auge, the original German title of the adventure role-playing game The Dark Eye
- Disabled students allowance, a UK government grant for disabled students in higher education.
- Distinguished Service Award (OA), Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America
- Direct School Admission, a program in Singapore for students to be guaranteed a place in a school
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