National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual


Author: Department of Department of Defense,Under Secretary Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781542871792


Page: 142

View: 9669

This Manual is issued in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program (NISP). It prescribes the requirements, restrictions, and other safeguards to prevent unauthorized disclosure of classified information. The Manual controls the authorized disclosure of classified information released by U.S. Government Executive Branch Departments and Agencies to their contractors. It also prescribes the procedures, requirements, restrictions, and other safeguards to protect special classes of classified information, including Restricted Data (RD), Formerly Restricted Data (FRD), intelligence sources and methods information, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), and Special Access Program (SAP) information. These procedures are applicable to licensees, grantees, and certificate holders to the extent legally and practically possible within the constraints of applicable law and the Code of Federal Regulations.

National Industrial Security Program

Operating Manual


Author: DIANE Publishing Company

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788121357


Page: 130

View: 3527

Creates a new government & industry partnership which empowers industry to more directly manage its own administrative security controls. Covers: security clearances; security training & briefings; classification & marking; safeguarding classified information; visits & meetings; subcontracting; automated information system security; international security requirements; & much more. Also contact list, glossary, & foreign equivalent markings. Produced jointly by: the Energy Dept., DoD, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, & the CIA.

Department of Defense: Observations on the National Industrial Security Program

Congressional Testimony


Author: Ann Calvaresi Barr

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437903819


Page: 11

View: 9946

The National Industrial Security Program (NISP) ensures that contractors safeguard the government¿s classified info. (CI). NISP protects technologies critical to maintaining military technological superiority and other U.S. nat. security interests. The Defense Security Service (DSS) grants clearances to contractor facilities so they can access and store CI. In 2005, DSS monitored over 11,000 facilities¿ security programs to ensure that they meet NISP requirements for protecting CI. In 2004 and 2005, reports were issued that examined DSS responsibilities related to facilities accessing or storing CI. This testimony summarizes the findings of these reports and their relevance to the effective protection of technologies critical to U.S. national security interests.

A Guide to Federal Contracting


Author: Dan Lindner

Publisher: Bernan Press

ISBN: 1598889664

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 350

View: 2784

The Federal Government is the largest buyer of goods and services in the world, spending hundreds of billions of dollars per year, employing hundreds of thousands of people as civil servants or contractors. Yet no textbook is commercially available to discuss how Federal contracting is done in a format that is written for the general public as well as the practitioner. This publication is intended fill this void – to demystify the volumes of regulations and policies, and provide in one volume a succinct yet thorough treatment of Federal contracting requirements and regulations. Bringing together concepts of business law, politics, public and social policy, pricing, and procedures for contract placement and administration, the author draws on over 30 years of Federal Government experience to cover the vast spread of this important process which impacts our daily Government operations.

Code of Federal Regulations



Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Administrative law

Page: N.A

View: 9806

Special edition of the Federal Register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect ... with ancillaries.

Research Administration and Management


Author: Elliott C. Kulakowski,Lynne U. Chronister

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 1449666078

Category: Medical

Page: 916

View: 8826

This reference text addresses the basic knowledge of research administration and anagement, and includes everything from a review of research administration and the infrastructure that is necessary to support research, to project development and post-project plans. Examples of concepts, case studies, a glossary of terms and acronyms, and references to books, journal articles, monographs, and federal regulations are also included.

Cryptography and Privacy Sourcebook, 1995

Documents on Encryption Policy, Wiretapping, and Information Warfare


Author: David Banisar

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 0788126067


Page: 330

View: 5620

Includes documents, news items, reports from government agencies, legislative proposals, summary of laws, and public statements intended to provide an overview of the critical issues in today's policy debate. Both sides of an issue are fairly presented. Includes: digital telephony; the clipper chip and the encryption debate; information warfare: documents on the Security Policy Board and other efforts to undermine the Computer Security Act; and export controls and international views on encryption. Illustrated.

Elementary Information Security


Author: Richard E. Smith

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 1449681913

Category: Computers

Page: 912

View: 1548

Elementary Information Security is certified to comply fully with the NSTISSI 4011: the federal training standard for information security professionals Comprehensive and accessible, Elementary Information Security covers the entire range of topics required for US government courseware certification NSTISSI 4011 and urges students to analyze a variety of security problems while gaining experience with basic tools of the trade. Written for the one-term undergraduate course, the text emphasizes both the technical and non-technical aspects of information security and uses practical examples and real-world assessment tools. Early chapters in the text discuss individual computers and small LANS, while later chapters deal with distributed site security and the Internet. Cryptographic topics follow the same progression, starting on a single computer and evolving to Internet-level connectivity. Mathematical concepts throughout the text are defined and tutorials with mathematical tools are provided to ensure students grasp the information at hand. Rather than emphasizing memorization, this text challenges students to learn how to analyze a variety of security problems and gain experience with the basic tools of this growing trade. Key Features: -Covers all topics required by the US government curriculum standard NSTISSI 4011. - Unlike other texts on the topic, the author goes beyond defining the math concepts and provides students with tutorials and practice with mathematical tools, making the text appropriate for a broad range of readers. - Problem Definitions describe a practical situation that includes a security dilemma. - Technology Introductions provide a practical explanation of security technology to be used in the specific chapters - Implementation Examples show the technology being used to enforce the security policy at hand - Residual Risks describe the limitations to the technology and illustrate various tasks against it. - Each chapter includes worked examples of techniques students will need to be successful in the course. For instance, there will be numerous examples of how to calculate the number of attempts needed to crack secret information in particular formats; PINs, passwords and encryption keys. Instructor resources include an Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint Lecture outlines, and a complete Test Bank.


The National Industrial Security Program : Industry's Perspective, Making Progress, But Falling Short on Potential


Author: United States. Information Security Oversight Office

Publisher: N.A


Category: Defense information, Classified

Page: 34

View: 7903

Title 48, Federal Acquisition Regulations System

Federal acquisition regulation. Chapter 1


Author: United States. General Services Administration

Publisher: N.A


Category: Government purchasing

Page: N.A

View: 7187

Industrial Security

DOD Cannot Provide Adequate Assurances that Its Oversight Ensures the Protection of Classified Information


Author: United States. General Accounting Office

Publisher: N.A


Category: Security classification (Government documents)

Page: 29

View: 8857

Self-Inspection Handbook for Nisp Contractors


Author: Cdse

Publisher: Red Bike Publishing

ISBN: 9781936800216

Category: Law

Page: 90

View: 6133

"Contractors shall review their security system on a continuing basis and shall also conduct a formal self-inspection at intervals consistent with risk management principles." NISPOM The National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) requires all participants in the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) to conduct their own security reviews (self-inspections). This Self-Inspection Handbook is designed as a job aid to assist you in complying with this requirement. It is not intended to be used as a checklist only. Rather it is intended to assist you in developing a viable self-inspection program specifically tailored to the classified needs of your cleared company. You will also find we have included various techniques that will help enhance the overall quality of your self-inspection. To be most effective it is suggested that you look at your self-inspection as a three-step process: 1) pre-inspection 2) self-inspection 3) post-inspection This printed version includes plenty of notes pages for gathering data from inspections and interviews and performing analysis.

Dod Security Clearances and Contracts Guidebook-What Cleared Contractors Need to Know about Their Need to Know


Author: Jeffrey W. Bennett

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781936800995

Category: Law

Page: 334

View: 1259

Just one mistake can cost a defense contractor current and future contracts. This resource brings together information from Presidential Executive Orders, National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and other regulations to demonstrate how to establish and maintain a successful security program.