4m in incremental funding from the US Army for equipment, field services support and maintenance of Secure Internet Protocol Router and Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Access Point (SNAP) Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) satellite systems equipment.
What does SIPR stand for?
SIPR stands for Secure Internet Protocol Router
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 8 other meanings of SIPR in our Acronym Attic
- Small Industries Product Promotion Organisation (Tamil Nadu, India)
- Swiss Import Promotion Programme
- Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research (Shanghai, China)
- Sandgren Intellectual Property Paralegal Services (Suwanee, GA)
- Self Invested Personal Pension Scheme (UK)
- Systematic Instruction in Phoneme Awareness, Phonics and Sight Words (Developmental Studies Center)
- Service interne de prévention et de protection du travail
- Surat Izin Penunjukan dan Penggunaan Tanah
- Scottish Institute for Policing Research
- Scottish Islands Peaks Race (Scotland, UK)
- Seniors Independence Research Program
- Special In-Progress Review
- Spurious IP Packet Rate
- Système d'Informations Périnatales Régional
- Solomon Islands Party for Rural Advancement (political group)
- Southern Illinois Parks & Recreation Association
- SIPRNET Connection Approval Process
- Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Research Establishment
- Strengthening Intellectual Property Rights in Egypt
- Signal and Image Processing Research Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
4 million in incremental funding from the US Army for equipment, field services support and maintenance of secure internet protocol router and non-secure internet protocol router access point very small aperture terminal satellite systems equipment.
The award is part of the Secure Mobile Environment (SME) program, which calls for a single device for government users requiring "Type I" security that also provides wireless access to the government's Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) for secure web-browsing and messaging.
The LDIF is built using IP addresses and the unique Secure Internet Protocol Router Network domain name assigned by Network Enterprise and Technology Command.
For classified computing, the Army uses the Secure Internet Protocol Router Network and when a unit is deployed, most of its work is done at this classification level.
The switches support garrison-quality data services, which include but are not limited to: Secure Internet Protocol Router and Non-secure Internet Protocol Router network service, secure and non-secure desktop video teleconference, Defense Red Switch Network ("red phone"), direct Defense Switched Network connection, access for the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, additional long local and tactical phone extensions, and connectivity for other special circuits as required.