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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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In their lawsuit against DOD, FET and the Potomac River Association charged that DOD violated the Nationl Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) by setting up and operating EMP test facilities without first formally assessing whether the non-ionizing radiation they emit might harm the environment.
Infrastructure development, international military education and training, the role of security assistance officers in building personal as well as professional international relationships, and the interoperability edge enjoyed by the military forces of coalition defense partners as administered by the DoD's ILCOs have contributed significantly to the successes of the past.
One of the most important tools covered is the DoD DMSMS Center of Excellence.
Active Plumbing & Heating, Inc, 9940 Detroit St, Thornton, 80229: DoD for Commercial And Institutional Buildi (NAICS 233320) $271,000; DoD for Plumbing, Heating, And Air-Conditlo (NAICS 235110) $10,000; DoD for Remediation Services (NAICS 562910) $59,000
The directive authorizes the DoD CIO, in consultation and coordination with the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, to issue policy guidance to the Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (DIRNSA/CHCSS), regarding network operations and cybersecurity matters.
Recommendation: In addition to reiterating our prior recommendation regarding the need for a management plan to address deficiencies in DOD's database of domestic violence, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness to finalize and issue DOD's Instruction 6400.01 on the Family Advocacy Program, which has been in draft since 2006, and the accompanying multivolume manual that is also currently in draft form.
* The DoD shall mandate that prime contractors submit a circuit board technology GAP analysis in their formal bids to the DoD to ascertain what is feasible and dedicate R&D funding for technologically limited areas.
The workshop will also allow functional users of DoD automated systems a forum to identify current issues and generate possible solutions to enhance current processes as well as gather feedback on their experiences working with them.
A joint effort of the Office of the Director, Defense Research & Engineering (DDR & E) and the Defense Technical Information Center, the Portal provides single-sign-on access to current and historical DoD R & E information, including DTIC technical data resources.
DOD issued new guidance in 2005 requiring additional reviews of purchases through GSA schedules and other interagency vehicles, but the IG report says, "The new policy was not effective." It said a contracting officer should review all procurements through interagency contracts.
This article will focus on how a generic open-source approach could be applied to DoD projects.