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Security of Unclassified DoD Information on Non-DoD Information Systems

ASD(NII) Directive-Type Memorandum 08-027 - July 31, 2009

This Assistant Secretary of Defense (Networks and Information Integration) Directive-Type Memorandum establishes policy for managing the security of unclassified Department of Defense information on non-DoD information systems. A list of frequently asked questions provides information and direction for implementation in the Department of the Navy.

Energy Conservation and Correct Procedures for Turning Off Workstations, Laptops, Peripherals and Reproduction Equipment Connected to the Marine Corps Enterprise Network

MARADMIN 438/09 - July 27, 2009

This MARADMIN establishes policy and provides direction and procedures to correctly power off Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) workstations, laptops, monitors and local printers to meet energy reduction mandates.

Implementation and Use of DON Enterprise Architecture Hierarchy

DON CIO Memo - January 6, 2009

This memo promulgates policy defining the initial implementation and directs the use of the DON Enterprise Architecture (EA) Hierarchy. The DON EA Hierarchy provides a structure to relate the complete set of activities occurring within the DON. The hierarchy is a key component of the DON EA intended to provide a means for senior leaders to make informed decisions and relate activities and capabilities within the DON to ...

Global Information Grid Architecture Federation Strategy

OSD/NII/DCIO Memo - August 6, 2007

This strategy outlines how existing architectures will be linked and related to provide a comprehensive view of the Department of Defense enterprise, while allowing for autonomy of individual architectures. The federated approach is one that accommodates the delivery of an organization as large as DoD. Upon clicking the link, select "general public documents" in the "quick links section" of the webpage, then type in the ...

News

CANES Program Successfully Achieves Critical Design Review

by SPAWAR - July 27, 2011

The Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program recently achieved a significant engineering milestone with the completion of Critical Design Reviews (CDR) for the two competing CANES systems being developed by Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors and Northrop Grumman Information Systems.

Data Center Consolidation Guidance Released

July 25, 2011

The Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer signed out formal data center consolidation guidance officially establishing a moratorium on the purchase of additional data center capacity.

NMCP Strategy Document Published

July 12, 2011

The Navy Marine Corps Portal (NMCP) Environment Strategy has been released, directing the consolidation of the Department of the Navy's portal and web services into an integrated and centrally governed environment. This effort is critical to enhancing an effective security posture and to ensure mission effectiveness, cost savings, interoperability and ease of use.

Security for Cloud Computing

by Christopher Perry - May 18, 2010

Achieving and maintaining information dominance will require continuous and timely advances in both technology and operational processes. Cloud computing is one such rapidly emerging area of technology and operations that the Department of the Navy is already planning for and beginning to pilot. To achieve information dominance, it is vital that all new technologies and processes, such as cloud computing, be thoroughly ...

Platform IT Policy Updated

May 5, 2010

As a result of lessons learned during the first year of its execution, the Department of the Navy Platform Information Technology (PIT) policy has been updated to include several key provisions.

DON Enterprise Architecture Development Supports Naval Transformation

by Victor Ecarma - February 20, 2009

Federally mandated enterprise architectures (EA) are a strategically-based means for the departments of Defense and the Navy (DON) to capitalize on their vast technological assets and make sound decisions about investments in new technology that will support the warfighter.