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MSFC - NASA MPG 2810.1 REV B

SECURITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

inactive, Most Current
Organization: MSFC
Publication Date: 11 June 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 48
scope:

PURPOSE. This directive is intended for use and reference by all Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) civil service and contractor employees who have access to MSFC Information Technology (IT) resources. It provides direction designed to ensure that safeguards for the protection of the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of IT resources, including data, information, applications, and systems, are integrated into and support the missions of NASA. It is specifically designed to assist those with assigned IT security responsibilities to adequately fulfill those responsibilities.

APPLICABILITY. This document applies to all MSFC facilities, employees, and contractors (as provided by law or contract), where appropriate, in achieving MSFC missions, programs, projects, and institutional requirements.

These guidelines apply to any MSFC outsourced IT resources, whether outsourced to another NASA Center, another Government Agency, or a commercial facility.

Document History

NASA MPG 2810.1 REV B
June 11, 2003
SECURITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PURPOSE. This directive is intended for use and reference by all Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) civil service and contractor employees who have access to MSFC Information Technology (IT)...
October 6, 2000
SECURITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PURPOSE This directive is intended for use and reference by all Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) civil service and contractor employees who have access to MSFC Information Technology (IT)...

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