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Ares I Clamp Down on Controlling Release of Sensitive Information

By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
February 8, 2007

Editor’s note: Looks like MSFC is finally clamping down on its ITAR/SBU security system – from a recent internal memo by Steve Cook:

“8.DATA PROTECTION ACTIVITIES: The Integration Office is working with Marshall Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and Protective Services representatives to develop an Organizational Work Instruction that provides roles and responsibilities and specific guidance regarding how to handle Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) information. Chief Engineers will be engaged to provide an appendix of specific Ares launch vehicles technologies that fall under this category. The Integration Office also is preparing for a mass sign-up for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) encryption software.”

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