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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 updated DoD instructions leverage and build upon numerous existing federal policies and standards, decreasing the amount of DoD policy to write and maintain.
Recommendation: To assist DOD with management of the CRAF program, and to help DOD identify and analyze risks associated with achieving program objectives, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Commander, U.
The R & E Portal allows every DoD program manager, planner, researcher, acquisition professional, tester, and operator find, from their desktop computer:
THE CURRENT DOD SOFTWARE METHODS ILLUSTRATE AND EMBODY THE CATHEDRAL BUILDING METHODS
Before the 2002 lawsuit even arose, the DOD had proposed new legislation called the Readiness and Range Preservation Initiative (RRPI) to prevent just such lawsuits attempting to use hazardous waste laws to limit training.
DoD uniformed duty employees, qualified reserve personnel, DoD civilians, and authorized contractors use these standard identification cards to gain physical access to secure areas and logical access to the Department's computer networks.
To make certain that we accomplish these goals, certain security arrangements must be in place prior to any foreign participation in DoD programs.
La Verne, 91750: DoD for All Other Heavy Construction (NAICS 234990) $327,000; DoD for Highway And Street Construction (NAICS 234110) $33,000; DoD for Highway And Street Construction (NAICS 234110) $5,000; NASA for Commercial And Institutional Buildi (NAICS 233320) $34,000; NASA for Commercial And Institutional Buildi (NAICS 233320) $131,000
The VA respondents reported that 24% ([+ or -]26%) of patients who came to the otolaryngology department for evaluation of snoring or sleep apnea brought sleep test results with them, as did 19% ([+ or -]22%) of the SDB patients seen at the DOD hospitals.
Doctors at Veterans Affairs' hospitals took their cues from DOD.
When DOD chose to use the sensor, it was looking for something that went off instantly in the presence of chemicals, Prociv said.
believes that there is little or no enforcement of the minority-procurement goals by the DoD.