14 July 2004
Including changes 12 April 2005
ADAAG: Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines.
AOR: Assumption of Responsibility.
AP (Access Provider): The operator of any facility that is used to convey
telecommunications signals to and from a customers premise.
Backbone: A facility (e.g. pathway, cable or conductors) between
telecommunications rooms, or floor distribution terminals, the entrance facilities,
and the equipment room within or between buildings.
BAN: Base Area Network.
Boundary 1: Suite of network security components configured to provide
perimeter security at the NMCI NOCs connecting NMCI to the NIPRNET and
Boundary 2: Suite of network security components configured to provide
perimeter security at local sites connecting NMCI to legacy networks.
CAA: Controlled Access Area.
CADD: Computer Aided Design, Drafting.
CIO: Chief Information Officer.
CLIN: Contract Line Item Number.
COINS: Communities of Interest Network Services.
DF (Distribution Frame): Generic term for a common wiring interconnect point
where cable routes can be changed and equipment interconnected.
DP (Demarcation Point (or Demarc): This is the point at which the access
providers network ends. Generally, this is where the access provider's
maintenance responsibility ends.
EDS (Electronic Data Systems): The prime contractor responsible for providing
(building-maintaining) the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet.