It is responsible for monitoring all security matters relating to the Defense Industrial Security Program, special access programs and other activities that affect national security programs and corporate assets.
What does DISP stand for?
DISP stands for Defense Industrial Security Program
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- Military and Government
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We have 21 other meanings of DISP in our Acronym Attic
- Division Information Security Officer (various companies)
- Dual-Input/Single-Output (mechanical engineering)
- Departamento de Investigaciones Sociopolíticas (Guatemala)
- Discrete Ordinate Radiative Transfer
- Discrete Ordinate Radiative Transfer Model
- Desktop Image Processing System for Orthopedic Surgery
- Distributed Office Support System
- Dalhousie Integrated Science Program (Dalhousie University)
- Debt Issuance Suspension Period (US Treasury)
- Décision et Information pour les Systèmes de Production (French: Decision and Information Systems for Production)
- Digital Identity Service Provider (Signicat)
- Direction Interrégionale des Services Pénitentiaires (French: Interregional Directorate of Prison Services)
- Directory Information Shadowing Protocol (ANSI X.500)
- Disability Income Security Program (sick leave)
- Dispatch Register
- Displacement (Offset)
- drug investigation support program (FAA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The award is presented to contractor facilities exhibiting extraordinary awareness of their security responsibilities in the Defense Industrial Security Program.
One important aspect of the reengineering efforts taking place within the government's Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP) is the conversion of DIS from a rule-driven organization to a mission-driven organization.
Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP) contractors will find various DOD publications, like the Industrial Security Letter and the Security Awareness Bulletin useful vehicles to learn more about the treaties.
To help the Defense Investigative Service (DIS) handle its immense work load (286 industrial security representatives for 11,718 facilities), new ways to improve the Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP) are always in demand.
The Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP) emphasizes detection of intruders; UL emphasizes prevention of intrusion and apprehension of intruders.
Significant geopolitical changes, particularly in eastern Europe, will lead the way to a reduction in funding for the Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP).
This draft was circulated for review to all government agencies that participate in the Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP) and to representatives from various industry groups, including the Aerospace Industries Association, the American Society for Industrial Security, the National Classification Management Society, and the National Security Industrial Association.