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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Watch for modifications to existing contracts: Some defense contractors already have accepted the November 2013 version of the DFARS clause, which covered a narrower set of defense information and imposed different security controls than the NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-171 controls imposed by the interim rules.
Under the provisions, the total headcount of the Defense Information Service will be downsized by 150.
The DTS-P II network, part of the Defense Information System Network (DISN), is managed by Verizon Business round-the-clock, 365 days a year.
The new agreement is for the provision of bandwidth manager services to DISA's Defense Information System Network (DISN) and extends from the contract initially awarded in 1996.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is transforming the way Department of Defense users move, share, and use information.
He agrees with the Center for Defense Information that upgrading weapons systems is silly.
The grand jury said Nicholson ``transmitted national defense information to agents of the Russian Federation in twice yearly meetings outside the United States in places such as Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.
Contract Awarded for the Defense Information Systems Agency Information Technology Enterprise Support Services (DESS) project, to provide military IT services and equipment to 8,200 DISA employees
The multiple award contract will include set-asides for one woman-owned business, one owned by a service-disabled veteran and one HUBZone firm, according to the Defense Information Systems Agency.
The Defense Information Systems Agency Joint Interoperability Test Command report, issued on June 18, states that Groove Workspace v2.
To ensure ESC sets the pace with technology, we have adopted strategic goals that include achieving acquisition cycles of eighteen months or less from program start to first item delivery; developing systems that are fully interoperable using the Defense Information Infrastructure common operating environment; and reducing the cost of command and control system acquisition.
5 billion, seven-year contract to provide information assurance for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

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