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Revision Recall

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IC Technical Specifications

Revision Recall

Overview

This IC enterprise data encoding specification defines detailed implementation guidance for using XML to encode RevRecall data.  It defines the XML elements and attributes, associated structures and relationships, mandatory and cardinality requirements, permissible values, and constraint rules for representing RevRecall data concepts using XML.

This standard supports Executive Order (EO) 13526, Classified National Security Information which "prescribes a uniform system for classifying, safeguarding, and declassifying national security information," across national security disciplines, networks, services, and data.

Compliance with this specification is measured against all aspects of the technical and documentary artifacts contained within the specification release package.

The IC Chief Information Officer maintains this specification via the Data Coordination Activity (DCA) and Common Metadata Standards Tiger Team (CMSTT).


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Mission Requirements

This specification expresses information related to the revision and recall of intelligence products.  This information allows recipients to be aware of revisions and recalls and to take necessary actions in regards to previous versions.

This specification is intended to meet the requirements put forth in the Memorandum for Distribution signed by Negroponte on August 5, 2005.  This includes declaring the title or subject of the intelligence product being revised or recalled, type of revision or recall, the date the revision or recall was issued, the reason for its issuance, and any required actions to be taken as a result of its issuance. 

 

Only Need to Know

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IC Technical Specifications

Intelligence Community Only Need-To-Know

Overview


This XML Data Encoding Specification for Intelligence Community Only Need-To-Know Profile (ICO-NTK.XML) provides detailed implementation guidance to limit dissemination of appropriately tagged information solely to members of the Intelligence Community (IC). Certain information is only permitted to be disseminated to and accessed by members of the IC. This profile defines a specification that uses NTK for conveying the requirement to limit dissemination.

This is the first release of the specification and therefore provides no backward capability.
Compliance with this specification is measured against all aspects of the technical and documentary artifacts contained within the specification release package.

The IC Chief Information Officer maintains this specification via the Data Coordination Activity (DCA) and Common Metadata Standards Tiger Team (CMSTT).

Data Encoding Specification Downloads


Latest Approved Version



Mission Requirements

This specification is designed to fulfill a number of requirements in support of the transformational efforts of the Intelligence Community. Many of these requirements are articulated in IC Directives.

This specification includes design features that address:

  • Defines the use of elements and attributes from NTK, associated structures, relationships, requirements, cardinality, and permissible values for representing ICO-NTK data concepts using XML.
  • Defines how information is disseminated to and accessed by members of the IC.
  • Discusses relationship between ICO-ACES and ADD re mapping

Web Service Security High Level Guidance

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IC Technical Specifications

Web Service Security

Overview


The High Level Guidance for Web Service Security (WSS-HLG) provides guidance to solutions architects and developers on how to consistently approach circumstances for which security solutions are required. This document focuses on security fundamentals essential to designing and building secure solutions that involve web services focusing on approaches for access control, use of assertions, security markings, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation. The WSS-HLG provides solution approaches at a high level, intended to provide an understanding of information security fundamentals essential to such solutions, for the purpose of building both secure and interoperable approaches that are consistent across the IC.

The High Level Guidance for Web Service Security (WSS-HLG) provides important guidance for building and integrating with web services solutions in an interoperable, secure, and consistent manner. As there is a great number of standards, technical mechanisms, and capabilities that can be used for building web services security solutions, it is important that solutions architects understand the tradeoffs, risks, and benefits of approaches. It is critical, from a security and interoperability perspective, that security mechanisms are applied in a consistent manner, and this document provides needed guidance in the areas of access control, assertion passing, security markings, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation.

The intended audience of this information guidance document is project managers, software architects, network architects, and developers who develop and integrate with web services. This document provides guidance in areas that will be important in satisfying security requirements and information security goals in a secure and interoperable manner.


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Pre-publication Review

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Pre-publication Review

The purpose of pre-publication review is to prevent unauthorized disclosure of information and ensure the mission of the ODNI and the foreign relations and security of the United States are not adversely affected by public disclosure.

All information meant to be made available in a public forum must be submitted for review prior to release.

The obligation applies to current and former ODNI staff, including cadre, detailees, and contractors, who have access to classified information. There are two categories of material that must be reviewed:

Non-Official: Anything published or presented in your personal capacity. Examples include resumes, books, op-eds, personal blogs

Official: Anything created as part of your official duties on behalf of the ODNI. Examples include speeches, newsletters, official web pages, outreach documents, brochures.

The Pre-Pub Team coordinates with other IC agencies, as appropriate, and provides a single consolidated response to the requester.

The Review Process

1. Create material using:

    • UNCLASSIFIED sources only
    • No anonymous sources
    • Source citations within the document (not a list at the end)


2. For official publication or presentation, ensure your management chain has concurred, and any internal component review process for substance has been completed.

3. Submit your request via email for Pre-Pub Review (you will receive an automatic reply confirming your request). When doing so be sure to:

    • Include any previous review approvals you have received for your submission (i.e., from ODNI Pre-Pub or other Agency Pre-Pub group)
    • Provide all sourcing for cited materials that are not easily accessible via the Internet (failure to include all source material may delay your request)

4. Protect the publication from release until the ODNI Pre-Pub Team completes its review.  In other words, do not send to editors or academics for peer reviews until the review is complete.

5. Upon approval from ODNI Pre-Pub, you are cleared to publish or present.



Pre-Pub Documents


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