The report, which was compiled over three years by the Pentagon's Defense Science Board, said that more nations than ever are pursuing nuclear arms, however, the United States does not have the mechanisms to detect and track these programmes.
What does DSB stand for?
DSB stands for Defense Science Board (US DoD)
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- Daily Study Bible
- Dame Shirley Bassey (singer)
- Dangerous Sperm Buildup
- Danske Statsbaner (Danish: Danish State Railways)
- Days Since Birth
- De Surinaamsche Bank (Suriname)
- Deadly Semen Buildup
- Deaf Service Bureau (Florida)
- Death Star Battle (gaming)
- Deep Sand Bed
- Deformed Steel Bar (various companies)
- DeGroote School of Business (Canada)
- Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (political party)
- Demolition String Band (band)
- Dental Sciences Building (various schools)
- Department of Structural Biology (various locations)
- Departmental Services Branch
- Deployment Support Brigade
- Design Structure Bois (French: Wood Structure Design)
- Designer Selection Board (Massachusetts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, she is a member of the Defense Science Board and the Council on Foreign Relations.
weapons systems designs According to a report for the Pentagon by the Defense Science Board, Chinese hackers have compromised designs for advanced U.
The task force itself will be made up of experts from the Defense Policy Board and Defense Science Board.
The Defense Science Board of 1996 said, "It is estimated by the year 2010, 75 percent of the world's population will live in urban areas.
We reviewed the areas of vulnerability that DOD faces with regard to contracting fraud, waste, and abuse, and the recent initiatives that DOD has taken to address these vulnerabilities, including actions DOD has taken in response to a March 2005 Defense Science Board report on management oversight in acquisition organizations.
In its 2004 Summer Study on Transition to and From Hostilities, the Defense Science Board, a panel that advises the Defense Department on strategy, reached a similar conclusion.
The Defense Science Board is scheduled to report this month on its review of the department's acquisition practices.