Presidential Directive

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Noun1.Presidential Directive - a directive issued by the President of the United States; usually addressed to all heads of departments and agencies
directive - a pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity; "the boss loves to send us directives"
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In 1995, President Clinton announced an initiative and signed Presidential Decision Directive 42, which freezes U.
In 1995, President Clinton signed Presidential Decision Directive 39 (PDD-39), the United States Policy on Counterterrorism.
Three months after the Tokyo incident, President Bill Clinton issued Presidential Decision Directive 39, which made preventing and managing the consequences of a terrorist attack with a weapon of mass destruction "the highest priority" for the United States.
TechGuard Security, founded in February 2000 in direct response to Presidential Decision Directive 63, provides trusted and innovative Critical Infrastructure Protection; and Cyber Defense/Offense solutions to the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, federal agencies, and financial and healthcare clients.
At least 50 federal organizations within 13 major departments and agencies mentioned in Presidential Decision Directive 63 are involved in CIP activities that include setting policy, analyzing vulnerabilities and intelligence information, disseminating alerts and warnings on potential and actual infrastructure attacks, developing remediation plans, responding to incidents, and performing research and development.
They were established in accordance with Presidential Decision Directive 63, which called for information sharing and analysis centers for the nation's critical sectors.
Presidential Decision Directive 39, including the Domestic Guidelines
United States Policy on Counterterrorism (Washington, DC: Presidential Decision Directive 39, 1995).
policy on antipersonnel landmines was articulated by National Security Advisor Sandy Berger in a May 1998 letter and, a month later, in a classified Presidential Decision Directive.
Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD 63) on Critical Infrastructure Protection, issued in May 1998, highlighted the critical shortage of well-trained information assurance professionals and the need for national standards.
In a 1995 Presidential Decision Directive, the Clinton administration expressly stated for the first time that supporting U.
The Y2K imbroglio will have at least one benefit: how the government has dealt with the problem is providing valuable insights into how to develop a national plan for critical infrastructure protection, as called for in 1998's Presidential Decision Directive 63.

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