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DOD

(communications)

DoD

(body)

DoD

(2)
Dial on Demand.

DOD

(1) (Dial On Demand) A feature that allows a device to automatically dial a telephone number. For example, an ISDN router with dial on demand will automatically dial up the ISP when it senses IP traffic destined for the Internet.

(2) (DoD) (Department Of Defense) The military branch of the U.S. government, which is under the direction of the Secretary of Defense, the primary defense policy adviser to the President. The Annual Report to the President and the Congress (Annual Defense Report) outlines the DoD's capabilities and plans.
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The first is the foreign military sales program between the DoD and the Department of State.
DoD must be more deliberate in developing its senior civilians, she said, so they acquire a joint view of the military and a better understanding of how it accomplishes its missions.
Contains information for use in addressing tax issues under DoD contracts.
Defense Acquisitions: DoD Management Approach and Processes Not Well-Suited to Support Development of Global Information Grid, GAO-06-211, January 30, 2006
In the case of fundamental research, the argument over DOD controls on sensitive but unclassified information has been to some extent resolved, largely in favor of the universities that do this type of research (SN: 9/22/84, p.
If the trends in globalization and service continue, what are the policies and practices which allow DoD to benefit most from the future industrial base?
The main objective of the JITC testing was to provide Fujitsu with a thorough assessment of their FLASHWAVE products' ability to provide protocol compliance, stability, scalability, management, and security to potential DOD network configurations.
Acquire commercial software from one of the existing ESI or SmartBUY agreements listed on the left side of the DoD ESI website, Designated Agreements (http://www.
WSTIAC supports the DoD research, acquisition, and user communities with up-to-date information and analysis of weapons and delivery systems technologies.
as amended by section 801 of the Strom Thurmond National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 and section 816 of the Bob Stump National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2003, requires DoD to suspend the regulation implementing the authority to enter into a contract for a price exceeding fair market cost if the Secretary determines at the beginning of the Fiscal Year that DoD achieved the five percent goal established in 10 U.
Designed to improve asset management, the DoD's UID policy mandates all DoD suppliers and manufacturers to uniquely identify property, plant and equipment, operating materials, and supplies using DoD-approved identifiers.