4 edition of The national information infrastructure found in the catalog.
The national information infrastructure
by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Glenn J. McLoughlin.|
|Series||CRS issue brief -- IB95051., Issue brief (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- IB95051., Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1998, 98-IB-95051b.|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
communications and information technology infrastructure. Con-gress, the executive branch, and the states all are attempting to deter-mine how to combine the country’s many different networks—tele-phone, computer, cable television, cellular telephone, satellite, and broadcasting—into a broader National Information Infrastructure (NII). The. Page 2 Government Services Information Infrastructure Management. Robert J. Aiken and John S. Cavallini U.S. Department of Energy. Abstract. The growth and deployment of the Government Services Information Infrastructure (GSII), and its relationship with the national information infrastructure (NII), will require the federal government to drastically change the .
This is a book published in and authored by Corey Schou, the director of the Informatics Research Institute and the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC), and Steven Hernandez, the chief information security officer for the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). GUIDELINES FOR COMPLIANCE TESTING OF UNLICENSED NATIONAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE (U-NII) DEVICES (P SUBPART E) I. INTRODUCTION This document provides guidance for determining emissions compliance of U-NII devices under P Subpart E of the FCC rules. This publication and its previous versions supersede the .
Arnold P. Lutzker, Commerce Department's White Paper on National and Global Information Infrastructure (Septem ). This is a review and analysis of White Paper, commissioned by the Association of Research Libraries, the American Library Association, the American Association of Law Libraries, the Medical Library Association, and the. Citation Corporation for National Research Initiatives, Cross-Industry Working Team, An Architectural Framework for the National Information Infrastructure () (full-text). Overview The National Information Infrastructure (NII) will evolve as user demands for capability and services are determined in a free competitive environment. This document represents a first .
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The book is the outcome of work done at the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project. About the Author Brian Kahin is Senior Fellow at the Computer & Communications Industry Association in Washington, : Ernest J.
Wilson III. Edited by Brian Kahin and Ernest J. Wilson, III. National Information Infrastructure Initiatives includes adozen case studies analyzing how national-level policy initiatives address the challenge of information technology, interactive content, and new applications, as well as the "information superhighway." Online Attention.
The Cyber-Posture of the National Information Infrastructure () Paperback – by Willis Ware (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Kindle $ Read with Our Free AppAuthor: Willis Ware. In recent years the subject of the National Information Infrastructure (NII) has been receiving greater attention in both scholarly and trade publications.
The issue is expected to have significant implications for the use of electronic communication in. At the core of the logic of this book is that states engage in infrastructuring as a means of securing and enhancing their territoriality.
By positioning infrastructure as a system, there is a presumption that all infrastructures exhibit some degree of mutual dependence.
As such, a National Infrastructure System (NIS) is not simply about conventional conceptions of infrastructure based on those that support economic activity (i.e.
The National Information Infrastructure: A High-Performance Computing and Communications Perspective. Randy H. Katz, University of California at Berkeley William L. Scherlis, Carnegie Mellon University Stephen L.
Squires, Advanced Research Projects Agency. Abstract. Discusses issues connected with the information superhighway and the National Information Infrastructure (NII). Topics addressed include principles for government action; economic benefits; regulations; applications; information policy; pending federal legislation; private sector/government relationship; open access and universal service; privacy and security; and.
moted by political actors. The term “information infrastructure” (II) has been increasingly used to refer to integrated solutions based on the now ongoing fusion of information and communication technologies. The term became popular after the US plan for National Information Infrastructures (NII) was launched.
Following. the information systems systems part of the infrastructure and its enabling role for the development and use of ITS. INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE (ISI) – AN EXAMPLE An example of an important part of the information systems infrastructure in the ITS-sector in Sweden is the National Road Database (3) which is known by its swedish.
Infrastructure is a field manual and background text on all of the infrastructure that define our modern industrial landscape. Hayes has an eye for pointing out the significance of otherwise overlooked parts of what we see every day, and weaves together a /5(46).
Those involved in the design of information infrastructure have so far been very close to (i). These studies shed little light on the socio-technical complexity of establishing an information infrastructure.
Lehr () points to the bureaucratic and procedural differences in the way standardisation bodies organise their work. The National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) of the United States was an archival program led by the Library of Congress to archive and provide access to digital resources.
The program convened several working groups, administered grant projects, and disseminated information about digital preservation issues.
The National Information Infrastructure will help create high-wage jobs, stimulate economic growth, enable new products and services, and strengthen America's technological leadership.
Whole new industries will be created, and the infrastructure will be used in ways we can only begin to imagine. Entertainment, then Information: Entertainment Technology, the National Digital Environment, and the Future of Information Services. Paper presented at the Transition to the National Information Infrastructure Proceedings of the Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee, Washington, DC The final stage of the NREN predicted complete ubiquity of national networking with sufficient infrastructure and sophisticated tools to allow the entire community, whether seasoned researcher or third-grade student, to utilize the vast resources represented by the digital information available from its collective computers and storage devices.
The National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP)—NIPP Partnering for Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience—outlines how government and private sector participants in the critical infrastructure community work together to manage risks and achieve security and resilience outcomes.
Establishing a national health information infrastructure is necessary to provide the backbone for such systems. This chapter is divided into three sections: the first provides a general overview of the national health information infrastructure and a conceptual model of standards-based integrated data systems to support patient safety in.
In this report, the National Information Infrastructure (NII) services issue is addressed, and activities to advance the development of NII services are recommended. The NII is envisioned to grow into a seamless web of communications networks, computers, databases, and consumer electronics that will put vast amounts of information at users.
An infrastructure that supports the information society: the equipment, systems, applications, support systems, and so forth that are needed for operating in the information society.
The term was introduced with the National Information Infrastructure initiative launched by the Clinton Administration in In the Clinton-Gore initiative the Internet is described as an information.
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Protection of the critical information infrastructure (CIIP), therefore, is of prime concern. Book Description. To help with this step, the National Academy of Engineering asked the NRC to assess the various legal issues associated with CIIP.The vice president spoke on telecommunications issues, and a proposed package of legislation intended to smooth the transition from regulated telecommunications in the .You should also have a clear idea of the national information infrastructure in place in India and the gaps in India’s information infrastructure.
III. Structure of the Module. 1 Introduction. Information Superhighway. Potential of National Information Infrastructure. Emergence of Information Infrastructures.