SecurityIntelligence and Security lay the foundation for protecting our DoD systems and Critical Program Information (CPI) assets against compromise and threats. CPI requires protection to prevent unauthorized or inadvertent disclosure, destruction, transfer, alteration, reverse engineering, or loss.  A Program Manager (PM) is responsible for the protection of all CPI. They must also understand how intelligence, Counterintelligence and their impact on their program for protection.

Throughout the course of an acquisition program, A PM will develop a:

Other information and security topics that a PM must be aware of are:

Information that may be restricted and protected is identified, marked, and controlled in accordance with DoD Directives 5230.24 and 5230.25 or applicable national-level policy (Acquisition Security Related Policies and Issuances) and is limited to the following:

The National Industry Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) establishes the standard procedures and requirements for all government contractors, with regards to classified information. It covers the entire field of government-industrial security related matters.

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