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- Program Protection Plan (PPP)
- Security Classification Guide (SCG)
- System Threat Assessment Report
 
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Intelligence & Security
Program Protection Plan
 

The Program Protection Plan (PPP) is the single source document used to coordinate and integrate all protection efforts.  It's designed to deny access to Critical Program Information (CPI) to anyone not authorized, not having a need-to-know and prevent inadvertent disclosure of leading edge technology to foreign interests. The PPP is approved by the Program Manager (PM) after an Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) has been validated and is part of the Security Classification Guide (SCG). [1]

Program Protection Plan Outline and Guidance - July 2011


The following guidance describes the process used to prepare a PPP when one is required: [1]

 

While there is no specific format for PPPs, they normally include the following: [1] 

 

AcqTips:    
- Detailed descriptions of program protection activities are provided in the Defense Acquisition Guidebook Chapter 13

AcqLinks and References:
- [1] Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG) - Chapter 8.4.6
- DoD Instruction 5200.39 “CPI Protection within the DoD” - 16 Jul 08
- DoD 5200.1-H “Handbook for writing a Security Classification Guide” - Nov 99
- Program Protection Plan Outline and Guidance - July 2011
- DoD Instruction 5200.01 “DoD Info Security Program and Protection of Sensitive Compartmented Info” - 9 Oct 2008
- DoD 5200.1-M “Acquisition Systems Protection Program” - 16 Mar 1994
- DoD 5200.1-r “Information Security Program” - Jan 97
- DoD 5200.1ph "DoD Guide to Marking Classified Documents" - April 1997
- Template: Program Protection Plan (PPP)

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