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  2. Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    The Naval Enterprise Networks (NEN) program office, in collaboration with NMCI partner HP, which manages the CoSC program, is deploying a number of new Navy initiatives, including: Tablet laptops for Navy recruiters The NRC began rolling out Hewlett-Packard (HP) Elitebook 2740p Tablets to recruiters in early September 2011.

  3. SIPRNet - Wikipedia

    The Secure Internet Protocol Router Network ( SIPRNet) is "a system of interconnected computer networks used by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of State to transmit classified information (up to and including information classified SECRET) by packet switching over the 'completely secure' environment". [1]

  4. Defense Technical Information Center - Wikipedia

    The Secure Internet Protocol Routing Network (SIPRNet), DTIC Online Classified provides access to DTIC's complete collection (unclassified, unlimited; unclassified, limited; classified up to SECRET) of technical reports. In addition, registered users have access to other websites housed on the SIPRNet, including DoDTechipedia Classified.

  5. Naval Information Warfare Systems Command - Wikipedia

    The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic is located in Charleston, SC, and also includes facilities in Norfolk, VA, New Orleans and Stuttgart, Germany. NIWC Pacific is located in San Diego, and includes facilities in Japan, Guam and Hawaii.

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  7. Talk:Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    Two-factor authentication using a SIPRNET smartcard token will be used to confirm the identity of NMCI users. Enterprise-wide operating system upgrade and improved end user hardware delivery times New five-day seat deployment initiative aims to speed up the delivery time of new workstations.

  8. Intelink - Wikipedia

    Intelink is a group of secure intranets used by the United States Intelligence Community. The first Intelink network was established in 1994 to take advantage of Internet technologies (though not connected to the public Internet) and services to promote intelligence dissemination and business workflow.