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What Should Be Classified?: A Framework with Application to the Global Force Management Data Initiative. The authors develop a framework for evaluating classification decisions to determine that, while overall classification is not indicat The Global Force Management Data Initiative was launched to improve aggregation of unclassified force-structure data. Aggregation, though, raised concerns about classification because the system might be attractive to a potential adversary.

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The Global Force Management Data Initiative was launched to improve aggregation of unclassified force-structure data. The authors develop a framework for evaluating classification decisions to determine that, while overall classification is not indicated, the inclusion of some data will require careful consideration.

A Framework with Application to the Global Force Management Data Initiative.

This monograph assesses the mission effects of sharing I&E geospatial data assets within the business domain and across the business, war fighting, and intelligence mission areas of the DoD Global Information Grid (GIG). It also analyzes the barriers to sharing and recommends some ways to overcome them. A Framework with Application to the Global Force Management Data Initiative.

Martin C. Libicki, David R. Frelinger, Brian A. Jackson, Beth E. Lachman, Cesse Ip. ISBN: 083305001X . ISBN: 083305001X; The Global Force Management Data Initiative was launched to improve aggregation of unclassified force-structure data.

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Introduction A framework for classification decisions The Global Force Management Data Initiative and its effects Potential security concerns and the possible benefits of classification Concluding observations and recommendations.

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The Global Force Management Data Initiative was launched to improve aggregation of unclassified force-structure data. Aggregation, though, raised concerns about classification because the system might be attractive to a potential adversary. The authors develop a framework for evaluating classification decisions to determine that, while overall classification is not indicated, the inclusion of some data will require careful consideration.
What Should Be Classified?: A Framework with Application to the Global Force Management Data Initiative (Rand Corporation Monograph) download epub
Engineering
Author: Martin C. Libicki,Brian A. Jackson,David R. Frelinger,Beth E. Lachman,Cesse Ip
ISBN: 083305001X
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: RAND Corporation (April 16, 2011)
Pages: 110 pages