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    In the spring of 2015, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) became aware of unprecedented compromises to government employee personal data. OPM, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) continue to investigate the extent of these intrusions. Additionally, OPM confirmed an incident affecting background investigation records of current, former, and prospective federal employees, military members, and contractors. While the spectrum of risk to affected individuals is also not fully known, it is reasonable to assume it includes identity theft at a minimum. Timely and accurate information will be posted as it becomes available on this website. DON leaders will also communicate with you through a variety of channels.
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    The Navy International Programs Office (Navy IPO) manages and implements International Security Assistance programs, Cooperative Development programs, and Technology Security policy. As a reporting unit to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition, we support Regional Combatant Commanders' and Navy leadership's efforts in building vigorous relationships with our maritime security partners around the world. We team with a wide network of U.S. defense industry and security community product and service providers, program managers, policy makers, and technical and regulatory agencies to support the defense requirements of our friends, allies, and coalition partners.
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    I'm going to continue to hold our COs responsible for their command sexual assault prevention and response programs, demand that they properly train their personnel, and hold them accountable if that doesn't occur. But we've got to have the same accountability in every leader - particularly our first-line leaders, the ones our junior Sailors and Marines really listen to. It's these leaders who will influence the success or failure of our program. -Honorable Ray Mabus Secretary of the Navy DON SAPR Summit
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    The Deputy Under Secretary of the Navy (Policy) has been designated by the Secretary of the Navy as the Department of the Navy's Security Executive and Senior Agency Official for all security-related matters. The day-to-day execution of the duties of the Security Executive is the responsibility of the Senior Director for Security, Mr. Jeffrey Bearor (Read Bio). The DUSN PPOI stood up the Security Directorate with the following Mission Statement: "We will lead the Department of the Navy (DON) Security Enterprise to develop collaboratively and issue effective security policy; ensure comprehensive oversight of policy compliance; oversee and advocate for DON resourcing of the DON Security Enterprise; and promote cross-functional and enterprise-wide security integration."
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    The mission of OSBP is to promote acquisition opportunities where small business can best support the needs of our Sailors and Marines.
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    Our mission is to inspect, investigate, or inquire into any and all matters of importance to the Department of the Navy and maintain the highest level of public confidence. Our guiding principle is to support the Department of the Navy in maintaining the highest level of integrity and public confidence.
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    The Naval Audit Service is the Department of the Navy’s internal audit organization. Our mission is to provide independent and objective audit services to assist Department of the Navy leadership in assessing risk to improve efficiency, accountability, and program effectiveness.
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    Develop game-changing warfighting concepts, build the Naval Innovation Network, accelerate new capabilities to the fleet, improve the use of DON information, manage the talent of the DON workforce.
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    The Department of the Navy Civilian Human Resources' mission is to ensure we have the right people in the right place at the right time to support our military mission so that our Sailors and Marines can reign supreme and return in glory.
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    The Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer develops strategies, policies, architectures, standards and guidance, and provides process transformation support for the entire Department of the Navy. Additionally, the DON CIO ensures that the development and acquisition of IT systems are interoperable and consistent with the department's objectives and vision.
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    The Department of the Navy Assistant for Administration (DON/AA) provides leadership and oversight of all administrative matters in support of the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV). The DON/AA organization provides administrative management and support to the Office of the SECNAV, its 6,000 member Secretariat, staff offices, field activities and supported organizations. Our goal is to help our customers do their job.
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    The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development & Acquisition - Our mission is to provide weapons, systems, and platforms for the men and women of the Navy/Marine Corps that support their missions and give them a technological edge over our adversaries.
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    The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment serve the Navy and the nation by enhancing combat capabilities for the warfighter and greater energy security; the acquisition and disposal of real property; construction and maintenance of installations; protecting the safety and occupational health of the military and civilian personnel; environmental protection, planning and restoration ashore and afloat; and conservation of natural and cultural resources.
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    The 21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative is a set of objectives and policies, new and existing, across a spectrum of wellness that maximizes each Sailor’s and Marine’s personal readiness to hone the most combat effective force in the history of the Department of the Navy (DoN).
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