nonclassified

nonclassified

(ˌnɒnˈklæsɪfaɪd)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) government (of information, reports, etc) not classified or subject to classification
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and other big-league corporations believe the contaminated embassy, once completed, could be used to conduct their business, which no doubt would involve trade secrets and otherwise sensitive information, then the building certainly can house nonclassified government activities.
It also blunts the effect of National Security Decision Directive-145, which allowed the Department of Defense to play a role in safeguarding nonclassified data in government and private data bases (SN: 5/16/87, p.314).
ITT Exelis has made the apertures as small as possible to accommodate what the military will want, although there are no formal requirements or programs of record--at least in the nonclassified world.
ICON's initial implementation will be on the Nonclassified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET).
They mentioned as examples of nonclassified spending logistics expenses such as accommodation and transportation as well as costs incurred in hosting receptions.
At the electronic design company, classified information was shredded in-house and destruction of the company's nonclassified proprietary information was contracted out to a commercial shredder.
One thing these programs share is thepotential to impose a "chilling effect' on the free flow of nonclassified scientific information, says Robert L.
The program gathers "sensitive but nonclassified" and "for official use only" reports from the FBI, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Defense Department's four services and its Joint IED Defeat Organization.
Using the Open-Source Automated Link-Analysis Tools (OSALAT) the operator can search databases via the Nonclassified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), organize the results, build cases, and export the results to the IE&O database.
In the late 1970s, DES gained acceptance for use with nonclassified telecommunications data processing.
In a nonclassified version of DOD's report to Congress on SDI, issued June 26, the agency states that "congressional budget reductions have had an adverse impact on SDI research and forced major program changes." Specifically, the report says, "We have been forced to reduce the effort on certain major technologies such as space-based lasers [SN: 2/15/86, p.
The only nonclassified mission he mentioned was assisting the U.S.