Some New DoD Intelligence Policy Directives
New issuances on Defense Department intelligence policy include the following (all pdf).
“Access to Classified Cryptographic Information,” DoD Instruction 5205.08, November 8, 2007.
“Scientific and Technical Intelligence Liaison Officer (STILO) Program and Intelligence Support for the naval Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, and Acquisition Communities,” OPNAV Instruction 3880.6A, November 5, 2007.
And for good measure there is the “NATO Glossary of Abbreviations Used in NATO Documents and Publications,” 2007. It indicates, for example, that the French for “sensitive compartmented information” is “informations sensibles cloisonnées.”
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