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Many, Many Thanks to Vince for Expanding the Nsa Reps Chart to Inc...

By: Lerner Rona L

Excerpt: Many, many thanks to Vince for expanding the NSA reps chart to include releasable CONUS reps. Simply finding references to these reps was hard enough.

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For Official Use Only Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Delive...

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 99...

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Comparisons of U. S. And Foreign Military Spending : Data from Sel...

By: Jeffrey Chamberlin

Introduction: Estimates of military spending by foreign nations are available from a number of sources. This CRS report lists and compares military expenditures of the United States and foreign countries using two of the most commonly cited and readily available publications: The Military Balance, published in October of each year by the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)and World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers (WMEAT), published ...

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Intelligence Report

Excerpt: Introduction From the beginning of their manned space program the Soviets have Displayed a strong interest in earth orbiting space stations.

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Making Connection

Excerpt: You hear about the Internet all the time – on the news, in conversations with other people, and in advertisements. But you’re not sure about going online. What can it do for you? Is it safe? How do you get started? The National Consumers League created this guide to help answer these questions and give you the information you need to make the connection to the Internet. A glossary is included to help you understand some basic online terms.

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The Following Changes Are Made to the Schedule (New Dates Are as F...

By: David M. Thomas

Excerpt: Specifications amended. The following changes are made to the Schedule (new dates are as follows, unmentioned dates not changed): Print files sent to contractor // 12-22-2004; Final day for quantity adjustments // 12-22-2004; GBL’s received // 12-29- 2004; Start distribution // 1-12-2005; Complete bulk distribution and 80% of address cartridge quantity // 1-26-05. November 5, 2004, bid opening not changed. Remainder of specifications same. Amend bid by facsimile...

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Disposition of Nsc Policy Documents

By: Brent Scowcroft

Excerpt: Disposition of NSC Policy Documents.

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Manual

Excerpt: Purpose. This manual establishes standard administrative policy for the assignment and management of the Code Word, Nickname, and Exercise Term Report. // 2. CJCSM 3 150.29, 1. February 1996. is canceled. // 3. This manual applies to the Joint Staff; CINCs, Services, NSA. DSWA, DIA, DISA. NIMA, DIS, DLA, and other DOD agencies and is forwarded to the White House and OSD for information. // 4. The Code Word, Nickname, and Exercise Term (NICKA) system is designed ...

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Nathan Wheeling

Excerpt: Nathan Wheeling...

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Special Report: Trends in Satellite Mass and Heavy Lift Launch Veh...

Excerpt: The size of commercial GEO satellites has steadily grown as a result of the telecommunications market demanding more satellites with higher power and more transponders. Many analysts within the satellite manufacturing and launch industries see this trend continuing.

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Powell Speech -Terrorism Portion

Excerpt: On February 5,2003, Secretary Powell delivered a speech before the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) which outlined Iraq’s non compliance with UNSC Resolutions and provided a detailed presentation of intelligence in each of the areas of Iraq’s suspected weapons of mass destruction programs. Secretary Powell told the UN that...

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Disarmament and Test Ban

By: David R. Lnglis

Excerpt: Two recent events may be of some...

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Sudan: The Crisis in Darfür

By: Ted Dagne

Excerpt: Background. The crisis in Darfur began in February 2003, when two rebel groups emerged to challenge the National Islamic Front (NIF) government in Darfur. The Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) claim that the government of Sudan discriminates against Muslim African ethnic groups in Darfur. The government of Sudan dismisses the SLA and JEM as terrorists. The conflict pits the three African ethnic groups, the Fur, Zaghawa, and ...

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Parliamentary Overview of Intelligence Services in Romania

By: Karoly F. Szabo

Excerpt: The following analysis focuses on a subject of considerable importance, as it refers to the case of a country that has overthrown only 13 years ago one of the most repressive regimes of the Communist dictatorships of Eastern Europe. Thus, the transition to the rule of law and parliamentary democracy has had and still has certain characteristics that have been carefully observed by foreign political analysts, as well as by the citizens of Romania.

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Discussion Draft of Proposed New Requirements

Excerpt: Interpretation: The definitions in this apply in these Regulations. Act the Export and Import Permits Act. (Lei) I applicant means a resident of Canada who applies for permit or an amendment to a permit (requiring) customs office has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Custom.

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Reynold C. Schweickhardt Named Irm Policy Manager at Gpo

By: Andrew M. Sherman

Excerpt: Reynold C. Schweickhardt, who helped spearhead several key technology initiatives for the U.S. House of Representatives during the 104th – 108th Congresses, has been appointed Information Resources Management (IRM) Policy Manager for the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) by Public Printer of the United States Bruce R. James. As such, Schweickhardt will be responsible for establishing, coordinating, and directing IRM policies and programs for the effective ma...

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Abm Treaty Review

By: Zbigniew Brzezinski

Excerpt: AEM Treaty has served and continues to serve the best interests of both Parties to the Treaty. He has decided that upon the occasion of the first five-year Review of the Treaty, the United States will take no initiatives to amend the Treaty, but will raise several clarification issues for resolution during subsequent regular sessions of the Standing Consultative Commission...

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Are Not New to Warfare or to the Air Force

Background: Unmanned aerial vehicles are not new to warfare or to the Air Force. The Firebee, later designated the BQM-34, became the standard jet target for scores of uses by the Air Force, Navy, and Canadian forces. Over 6,500 of the versatile jets have been built, which became the basis for the evolution of UAVs. During the 1950s, the US relied on manned reconnaissance flights near and behind the Iron Curtain to gather valuable intelligence information about the Sovie...

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State Department Needs to Resolve Data Reliability Problems That L...

By: Condoleezza Rice

Excerpt: Under Section 655 of the Foreign Assistance Act, as amended, the Department of State reports annually to Congress on the aggregate dollar value and quantity of all defense articles and services that State licensed for direct commercial sale to each country. State’s report is intended to be an accurate record to ensure that Congress and the public are informed regarding foreign arms sales by U.S. industry. In the course of a previous GAO review on the proliferati...

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web Secrecy Versu...

By: Harold C. Relyea

Excerpt: Controversy has developed of late over what some regard to be zealous use of security classification to make segments of investigative reports officially secret. William Leonard, director of the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), which oversees the executive branch classification program, took issue with the classification of portions of Major General Antonio M. Taguba’s report on his investigation of prisoner interrogation conditions at Abu Ghraib Pr...

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