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What does OS stand for?

OS stands for Office of Security

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  • Military and Government

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The pair tied up with tape a 36-year-old male employee at the Tachikawa office of security company Nichigetsu Keibihosho, Jiji Press said, quoting police, and demanded he get the money from the vault.
For the fifth consecutive year, volunteers from the Bureau of Diplomatic Security's Office of Security Technology and the office's Facility Security Engineering Division spent time during the recent holiday season collecting, wrapping and mailing presents to U.
The work will be conducted for DEA's Information Security Section within the Office of Security Programs, which is responsible for the comprehensive information security compliance and accountability for all classified and unclassified DEA information processing environments.
Organizationally, the Police and Security Service constitutes one of three main sections of the Office of Security and Law Enforcement (OS&LE), which provides guidance, consultation, and investigative and direct operational support for all elements of the VA.
Chapel noted that AVIEL Systems is already supporting numerous programs within DHS to include the Office of Security, Office of the Chief Information Officer, DHS Geospatial Program, Citizen and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection.
The US passenger rail system said British rail police officers would witness security operations performed by tactical units of the Amtrak Police Department (APD) and the Amtrak Office of Security Strategy and Special Operations (OSSSO), as well as countersurveillance personnel and K-9 bomb teams.
Phase one of CSTARS implementation has been completed and the system is now installed and operational among approximately 250 users at the Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Commerce, which includes the offices of the Inspector General, Office of Acquisition Services, Office of Security, Office of Administrative Services, and the Commerce Information Technology Solutions (COMMITS) procurement offices.