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DOD removes missile defense system report from Web site

The Department of Defense withdrew from its web site a DoD inspector general report that was critical of information security in the Missile Defense Agency’s ground-based missile defense system. Bob Brewin at Federal Computer Week reported on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 on the removal of the document and posted the missing document on its own web site. You can also get the document right here at FGI (see the link below)!

The document is:

Title: Information Technology Management Select Controls for the Information Security of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Communications Network (D-2006-053)

Author: Department of Defense Office of Inspector General

Date: February 24, 2006

[Thanks to Secrecy News for the tip!]

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