Other DISAM offerings are the International Programs Security Requirements (IPSR) and the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) courses.
What does IPS stand for?
IPS stands for International Programs Security
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We have 861 other meanings of IPS in our Acronym Attic
- International Passenger Survey
- International Payments Summit (trade show)
- International Peace Studies (various schools)
- International Philosophical Seminar (Italy)
- International Pipe Standard
- International Placement Services (est. 1981)
- International Planetarium Society, Inc.
- International Policy Statement (Canada)
- International Preparatory School (various locations)
- International Production Services (various locations)
- International Property Show (est. 2005)
- International Pyrotechnics Society (est. 1980)
- Internet PrimeNet Server (parallel technology for the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search, GIMPS)
- Internet Protocol Service (Sprint)
- Internet Protocol Storage Working Group (IETF)
- Internet Protocol Suite
- Internet Provider Security (Tag)
- Internet Provider Service(s)
- Internet Publishing System
- Interoperability Planning System (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management's (DISAM's) online learning program began modestly with the roll out of the Security Assistance Management Orientation Course (SAM-OC) and the International Programs Security Requirements-Online (IPSR-OL) courses.
Some of our courses, both resident and non-resident, award International Programs Security Requirements (IPSR) certification, which is currently required by the Secretary of Defense for all DoD personnel engaged in international programs.
The Deputy Secretary of Defense memorandum dated October 22, 1999 mandated "All DoD personnel responsible for negotiating, overseeing, managing, executing, or otherwise participating in international activities shall successfully complete either the International Security Requirements Course offered by DTUSD(P)PS, the International Programs Security and Technology Transfer Course taught by the Defense Systems Management College, or an executive version of the course for mid-level and senior manager.
He currently is an instructor at DISAM in the acquisition and international programs security areas.
The OUSD(P)/PS-sponsored international programs security management courses will continue to focus additional attention on process-related matters.