defense information


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defense information

[di′fens ‚in·fər′mā·shən]
(ordnance)
Official information which requires protection in the interests of national defense, which is not common knowledge, and which would be of intelligence value to an enemy or potential enemy in the planning or waging of war against a nation.
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The Defense Department notes that the impact guidance is "not to be used to assess implemented security requirements, nor to compare or score a company's approach to implementing a security requirement." But it could be used by the department to assess the risk of sharing covered defense information with a particular contractor.
The JIE-JRSS initiative is a long-awaited modernization project that will improve latency and streamline functionality of existing Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) networks.
Under the Defense Information System Network Transmission Services - Pacific II (DTS-P II) contract, Verizon Business will provide telecommunications services at military installations and other government sites located in the Asia-Pacific region, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America and South America, the Middle East and the United States.
Rogers managed network management programs for the Defense Information Systems Agency prior to his retirement and also provided contract support services to TSM Network Management before its merger with TSM WIN-T in 2001.
In February 2003, a federal jury in Virginia found Regan guilty of attempting to sell military secrets to Iraq and China and of gathering national defense information. He was acquitted of attempting to provide U.S.
MCI WorldCom Deutschland GmbH protests the terms of numerous solicitations issued by the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO)--Europe, Defense Information Systems Agency, for telecommunication circuits between various United States military installations located in European nations that are members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
The contract covers operation and maintenance of the DMS, frequency management, Defense Information Systems Agency circuit coordination and local area network support.
The contract covers operation and maintenance of the DMS, frequency management, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) circuit coordination, and local area network support.
Our director of DISA, the Defense Information Systems Agency, Lieutenant General Harry Raduege has noted:
"Once we start talking about our right to preempt our perceived threats, everyone else is going to talk about their right to preempt their own perceived threats," says Michael Donovan, research analyst at the Center for Defense Information. "Already in Israel, the day after Bush's speech, Israeli government officials were using the word `preempt' like it was going out of style."
The unit was especially interested in me as a recent graduate of the Defense Information School's Officer's course."
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), which manages Command, Control, Communications, Computing, and Intelligence systems for the Department of Defense, has adopted 25,000 units of StarOffice 5.2 software, a powerful, full-featured, multi-platform office productivity suite.

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