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Base Realignment and Closure Office reports to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment).
The new DoD Common Access Card web site contains information about the "next generation" CAC, which is HSPD-12 compliant. This web site contains a link to DoD policy and directives for PKI and the CAC as well as a link for ordering promotional materials.
The Department is implementing smart card technology though a common access card (CAC). The CAC will be the standard identification card, the principal card used to enable physical access to building installations and controlled spaces and will be used to enable IT systems and applications that access the Department's computer networks.
The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) provides assistive technology accommodations and services to people with disabilities at the Department of Defense (DoD) and other Federal agencies at no cost to the requesting organization.
This configuration management document establishes and describes the configuration management (CM) methods and processes that will be used during planning, development, integration and fielding of the Department of Defense Common Access Card (CAC). The CAC will be the standard identification card for uniformed services personnel, Selected Reserve (including National Guard), DoD civilian employees, and eligible contractor personnel. It will be the authentication token carrier for the Department and the principal card used to enable physical access to buildings and controlled spaces, as well as a means to gain access to the Department's computer networks and systems. The CAC will be issued and maintained using the infrastructure provided by the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) and the Real-time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS).
The Cost Assessment & Programs Evaluation (CAPE) office provides independent analytic advice to the Secretary of Defense on all aspects of the Defense program, including alternative weapon systems and force structures, the development and evaluation of defense program alternatives, and the cost-effectiveness of defense systems. The office also conducts analyses and offers advice in a number of related areas, such as military medical care, school systems for military dependents, information technology, and defense economics. Consistent with its advisory role, the office has no decision authority or line responsibility and has no vested interest in any sector of the defense budget.
Defense Manpower Data Center uses Smart Card technology to collect and maintain manpower and personnel data for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness.
DefenseLINK is the official web site of the Department of Defense and the starting point for finding U.S. military information online.
All of the SECNAV and OPNAV documents in this collection follow the appropriate Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC). The SSIC is the standard system of numbers and letter symbols used throughout the Department of the Navy for categorizing Departmental records by subject. SSICs serve as the taxonomy for all Departmental records.
The DoDAF defines a common approach for DoD architecture description, development, presentation, and integration for both warfighting operations and business processes. The DoDAF Version 1.0 supersedes the C4ISR Architecture Framework, Version 2.0 dated December 18, 1997. The DoDAF Version 1.0 is partitioned into two volumes and a deskbook.
The Enterpirse Software Initiative (ESI) is a joint project initiated in June 1998 by the DoD CIO and Component CIOs to save money on Commercial Off The Shelf software. The ESI acquisition strategy leverages the Department's buying power to negotiate Enterprise Software Agreements (ESA) for best-price products and services. ESAs are open for use by all DoD, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Intelligence Community, and authorized Defense contractors.
DOD Executive Agent for Maritime Domain Awareness Home Page
Official Department of Defense web site for DoD Issuances. This site includes instructions, publications, DoD forms, and administrative Instructions.
Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, 36 CFR Part 1194, Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards; Final Rule
The Federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council is the principal interagency forum to assist CIOs in realizing their mandates to ensure the rapid and effective implementation of information management and information technology (IM/IT) solutions within each agency and to create a more results-oriented, efficient, and citizen-centered Federal government. The CIO Council works to improve agency practices related to the acquisition, modernization, use, sharing, and performance of Federal government information resources.
Form DD 1172-2 is required for contractors to receive a Common Access Card (CAC). This link provides additional instructions regarding information you should bring with you to receive a CAC.
The Information Resources Management College (IRMC) offers four certificate programs: the Chief Information Officer, Information Assurance, eGovernment, and the Advanced Management Program.
A career development tool for current and prospective Federal IT workers. This tool, brought to you by the Federal CIO Council, will help you identify competency recommendations for the 10 GS-2210 IT Management Specialist parenthetical titles, and build long-term, personal career progression plans to develop needed competencies.
Joint Guam Program Office Home Page
MarineNet courses are available to all Marines, active duty, reserve, and civilian Marines. Your eligibility information is verified against the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). If you are registered in the DEERS system, you will likely have access to courses on MarineNet. 1. Log onto MarineNet 2. Select course catalog 3. Select annual and required training courses 4. Select Information Assurance 5. Select appropriate course 6. Launch course
myPay allows you to manage your pay information, leave and earnings statements, W-2's and more. Conveniently change your address, allotments, taxes, and direct deposit information.
In anticipation of changing requirements, NPS has developed several distributed and resident programs to provide much more accessibility and flexibility for DON military and civilian personnel to increase their knowledge of information operations or issues of evolving computer-based military systems. Currently NPS has fully funded quotas available to DON civilians in the Information Systems and Operations (ISO) and Information Systems Technology (IST) Certificate Programs delivered entirely on-line. Upon successful completion of these online four-course certificate programs, a student may matriculate to the full NPS MS degree program in ISO or IST, via a blend of resident, satellite and online options. Academic credit will be awarded for each course and all credits are transferable. These fully funded web-based certificate programs begin in January.
avy COOL is a Sea Warrior Spiral One Certifications and Qualifications product for Sailors. It defines civilian credentials that best map to a Sailor's rating and training, and outlines the path, work, and experience required to achieve them.
The NKO Navy eLearning portal hosts both required IA training products. NKO is available to all DON personnel: active duty, reserve, retired, civilian and contractors. To access the training via NKO, please follow the steps below: 1. Log into NKO 2. Select launch Navy eLearning 3. Select browse categories 4. Select US Department of the Navy (DON) 5. Select Information Assurance 6. Select next 7. Select appropriate course, DOD IA Awareness or Basic SCI systems user course 8. Select enroll now 9. Select launch 10. Once course is completed, select My Transcripts Tab in the eLearning portal and then select print certificate.
Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management
Office of Program and Process Assessment Home Page
OMB Circular A-11, Section 33: -Paragraph 33.4, Radio spectrum-dependent communications-electronics systems - Addresses the value of spectrum and the requirement for spectrum certification for all Spectrum Dependent Systems. -Paragraph 33.5, Spectrum Relocation Fund - Streamlines the process for funding the relocation or modification of systems For agencies that are affected by the reallocation of certain frequencies from Federal to private sector use.
This resource center provides information about Section 508 standards, training and events.
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