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Fixing leaks : assessing the Department of Defense's approach to preventing and deterring unauthorized disclosures / James B. Bruce, W. George Jameson.

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E-Book
Author
Bruce, James B.,
Publication Info.
Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corporation, [2013]
Publication Info.
©2013

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Description
1 online resource (xxi, 53 pages) : color illustration.
text file PDF rda
Series
Rand Corporation research report series
Research report (Rand Corporation)
Note
"National Defense Research Institute."
"Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense."
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 49-53).
Contents
Introduction. Background -- Objective and approach -- Scope -- Organization of the document -- Observations on UD PIT effectiveness. The UD PIT has made discernible progress to date -- Tackling a historically intractable problem -- Recommendations. UD PIT management -- Culture and accountability -- Policy and new initiatives -- Studies and outreach.
Summary
In 2012, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence established the Unauthorized Disclosures Program Implementation Team to prevent and deter the unauthorized disclosures of classified information by all Department of Defense personnel through the implementation of the UD Strategic Plan. RAND was asked to help monitor and assess the potential for effectiveness of this new initiative. Researchers determined that the UD PIT's implementation of the UD Strategic Plan has made important and discernible progress toward its main objectives, but the advances are partial, fragile, and may be impermanent, facing strategic and tactical obstacles. RAND offered 22 recommendations, including ways to sustain and expand the effort, a continued emphasis on top-down support, establishing metrics, improving accountability, and prioritizing responses.
Description based on
Online resource; title from PDF caption (RAND, viewed September 25, 2013).
Subject
United States. Department of Defense -- Information resources management.
Leaks (Disclosure of information) -- United States -- Prevention.
Security classification (Government documents) -- United States -- Management.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Security (National & International)
Added Author
Jameson, W. George,
National Defense Research Institute (U.S.),
Rand Corporation,
ISBN
9780833083456 (electronic bk.)
0833083457 (electronic bk.)