SORT: 3300.2

DOCI: DODI 3300.2

DATE: 19940207

TITL: DODI 3300.2  Combined Intelligence Publishing Service (CIPS),

February 7, 1994, ASD(C3I)


This Instruction establishes the CIPS within the Department of

Defense to assure that intelligence printing, publishing, and

dissemination (IPPD) is accomplished effectively and efficiently in

a manner conducive to national security and consistent with the

authorities and duties of the Secretary of Defense under reference

(a) and with references (b) and (c).  Also, designates the Director,

CIPS, as the DoD Executive Agent for IPPD.


This Instruction applies to:

1.  The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Military

Departments, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Unified

Commands, the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, the

Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities (hereafter referred

to collectively as the "the DoD Components").

2.  All IPPD tasks performed by non-intelligence activities.


1.  Intelligence.  General military intelligence, scientific and

technical intelligence, human intelligence, indications and warning,

current intelligence, estimates and analysis, communications

security, information systems security, signals intelligence,

training, and security and administration of intelligence

operations, produced and disseminated by any method or media,

electronic, or mechanical.  Recipients range from DoD and

national-level planners and decision makers to operational field


2.  Intelligence Activities.  All DoD intelligence printing,

publishing, and dissemination activities.  This includes

intelligence collection, production, and dissemination activities

not directly assigned to intelligence over which intelligence has

been assigned responsibility for printing, publishing, and


3.  Intelligence Printing, Publishing, and Dissemination (IPPD).

The technical processes of composition, photography, assembly,

printing, duplicating, reproduction, binding, finishing and

dissemination of publications, optical digital technology, and

microform or electronic publishing media in support of intelligence.


It is DoD policy to assure that a single organization, the CIPS,

is responsible for the effective and efficient performance of

intelligence printing, publishing, and dissemination.


1.  The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control,

Communications, and Intelligence shall oversee and review the

implementation of this Instruction.

2.   The Heads of the DoD Components shall ensure that their

organizations support the CIPS in accordance with procedures and

guidance established by this Instruction.


1.  The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control,

Communications, and Intelligence, in accordance with 10 U.S.C. and

DoD Directives 5137.1 and 5330.3 (references (a) through (c)),


a.  Have principal OSD staff responsibility for the policy

governing activities of the CIPS and provide this policy guidance

regarding the operation and management of IPPD in the Department of

Defense through an Executive Steering Committee.

b.  Establish and chair the Executive Steering Committee

composed of principals from major DoD intelligence activities.

c.  Represent DoD intelligence IPPD matters to the DoD Printing

and Duplicating Services Oversights Group, the Defense Printing

Service, the Congressional Joint Committee on Printing, the

Government Printing Office, the Office of Management and Budget, and

other Government Agencies.

d.  Assure maximum complementary support between DoD

intelligence printing and publishing programs and comparable

activities within the National Foreign Intelligence Program (NFIP),

Information Systems Security Programs (ISSP), and the Consolidated

Cryptologic Program (CCP).

2.  The Director, Defense Intelligence Agency, is assigned

responsibility for management of the CIPS and, in accordance with

references (a) through (c), shall:

a.  Appoint a Director, CIPS, to manage and operate the CIPS and

all assigned responsibilities and who shall be under the authority,

direction, and control of the Director, Defense Intelligence Agency


b.  Provide administrative support to the CIPS, to include

personnel, budget execution, and contracting services.

c.  Ensure that the Director, CIPS, in accordance with policy,

procedures, and guidance approved by the ASD(C3I), shall:

(1)  Organize, direct, and manage the CIPS and its assigned

resources, and administer, supervise, and control all assigned

programs, services, equipment, systems, and functions.

(2)  Assure that IPPD is achieved in an effective and efficient

manner conducive to national security, consistent with the

authorities and duties of the Secretary of Defense under 10 U.S.C.

(reference (a)).

(3)  Evaluate the performance of IPPD components of the DoD and

make recommendations to the ASD(C3I) on program and policy guidance.

(4)  In coordination with the appropriate DoD Components,

support, conduct, and approve research and development activities,

facility establishment, facility upgrade, equipment procurement,

equipment disposition, and IPPD activities consistent with

applicable law and DoD Directives.

(5)  Coordinate and facilitate the development and selection of

IPPD standards, future needs, and requirements reporting.

(6)  Convene joint working groups and/or committees as required.

(7)  Advise the ASD(C3I) on intelligence printing and publishing

standards, future needs, and requirements.

(8)  Perform such other functions related to DoD IPPD as the

ASD(C3I) may direct.

3.  The Directors of the National Security Agency and the

Defense Intelligence Agency, in accordance with 10 U.S.C. and DoD

Directives 5137.1 and 5330.3 (references (a) through (c)), shall be

advisors to the CIPS on the planning, development, implementation,

and evaluation of DoD IPPD within the ISSP/CCP and the General

Defense Intelligence Program, respectively, and other related NFIP

programs for which they are the functional manager.

4.  The Heads of the DoD Components, in accordance with

references (a) through (c), shall:

a.  Provide, in accordance with established procedures and

guidance, necessary staffing and resources to enable CIPS to

accomplish its mission.

b.  Assure that the Combined Intelligence Publishing Service

Advisory Council (CIPSC) shall be composed of senior managers

nominated by DIA, the National Security Agency, the Defense Mapping

Agency, the Service intelligence components, the Unified Commands

and other designated intelligence activities within the Department

of Defense.  The representatives shall attend periodic scheduled

meetings as well as ad hoc meetings as required by the Director,


c.  Appoint a representative to the CIPSC who will act to carry

out the responsibilities within member organizations on all IPPD

activities required to implement the approved programs.

d.  Assure that the Deputy Director, CIPS shall be nominated and

funded by the intelligence activities (non-DIA) of the DoD

Intelligence Community and will rotate among those activities every

three years.

e.  Assure that the CIPS Council shall:

(1)  Be chaired by the Director, CIPS.

(2)  Assist Director, CIPS in the development of IPPD procedures

and guidance for the more effective and efficient management of IPPD


(3)  Support the Director, CIPS, and provide necessary

information and assistance in determining requirements, arranging

for and executing inter-component support agreements, and enabling

the CIPS to carry out day-to-day operations in an effective and

efficient manner.

(4)  Convene joint working groups and/or committees as required.


This instruction is effective immediately.

                      Emmett Paige, Jr.

                      Assistant Secretary of Defense

                      (Command, Control, Communications

                        and Intelligence)