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October-December 2003 Issue
DON eBusiness Operations Office The DON eBusiness Operations Office is an innovative eBusiness center encouraging the ...
TAGS: CAC, ITAM, Workforce
January-March 2003 Issue
As of July 2002, more than one million Department of Defense (DoD) users have been introduced to the Common Access Card ...
TAGS: CAC, ESI
July-September 2001 Issue
Beginning in spring 2001, Department of Defense (DoD) employees began receiving a new identification (ID) card. This card, ...
October-December 2002 Issue
The Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Enterprise Software Agreements (ESA) for middleware software, which enables DoD ...
January-March 2002 Issue
The Department of Defense (DoD) Common Access Card won a Government Technology Leadership Award on December 4, 2001. This ...
TAGS: Awards, CAC
January-March 2002 Issue
From the invention of underwater warfare to the modern anti-missile defense technology of today's warfighter, the Department ...
January-March 2006 Issue
Cryptographic log-on (CLO) is a process that uses the Common Access Card (CAC) and embedded Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) ...
April-June 2002 Issue
A long-awaited travel system aimed at bringing official government travel for military and civilians into the Internet age ...
April-June 2001 Issue
Background Electronic Business (eB) is defined as the interchange and processing of information via electronic techniques ...
April-June 2002 Issue
On January 23, 2002 the Department of Defense (DoD) Common Access Card program received an the DoD Best Practice Award, ...
October-December 2002 Issue
The Business Initiative Council (BIC), comprised of the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Vice Chairman of the Joint Staff, ...
Thursday, September 5, 2013
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued an updated version of the standard specification ...
TAGS: CAC, IDManagement
October-December 2006 Issue
October 2006 marked the implementation date for issuing federal identification credentials in accordance with the Homeland ...
January-March 2010 Issue
The December 2008 report written by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Commission on Cybersecurity ...
October-December 2005 Issue
The use of the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and the Common Access Card (CAC) for accessing the Department of the Navy ...
April-June 2007 Issue
The Department of Defense (DoD) is modifying the current Common Access Card (CAC) to meet the mandates of Homeland Security ...
April-June 2005 Issue
We live in a networked world, and a networked Navy-Marine Corps team has become a reality. Information sharing with ...
April-June 2006 Issue
Several years ago, the Department of the Navy (DON) implemented the use of smart cards as data storage and identification ...
January-March 2007 Issue
Happy New Year! The end of calendar year 2006 and the beginning of 2007 have been a period of transition but also one of ...
TAGS: CAC, ITAM, NGEN, NMCI
July-September 2004 Issue
Rear Adm. Chuck Munns, who has been selected for promotion to vice admiral, will be leaving his job as director of the Navy ...
October-December 2001 Issue
I am finding it difficult to find the right words to finish writing a column begun before our national tragedy. We are all ...
TAGS: CAC, Efficiencies, KM, NMCI, PKI
January-March 2012 Issue
With all of the excitement surrounding the release of the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) Request for Proposal ...
TAGS: CAC, NEN, NGEN, NMCI
January-March 2003 Issue
You have heard of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), the Department of Defense (DoD) Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), ...
July-September 2002 Issue
Connecting Technology provides the perfect venue for networking with colleagues. Dave Wennergren, Department of the Navy ...
October-December 2005 Issue
Because of the current problem with identity theft, verifying identification cannot be taken too lightly, especially when ...
July-September 2001 Issue
Imagine a networked world for our Navy where the well-publicized benefits of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) allow us ...
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