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The Defense Investigative Service (DIS) was established by the Secretary of Defense, effective January 1, 1972, to consolidate certain investigative activities within the Department of Defense.
The DIS's functions were to provide DoD components, and other U.S. Government agencies when authorized, with a single centrally directed personnel security investigative service.
In 1999 The Defense Investigative Service changed its name to Defense Security Service.
- Parent Agency
- Defense Department
The Defense Investigative Service is exempting a system of records identified as V5-04, entitled Counterintelligence Issues Database (CII-DB), from certain provisions of 5 U.S.C. 552a. Exemption is needed to comply with prohibitions against disclosure of information provided the government under a promise of confidentiality and to protect...
The Defense Investigative Service proposes to add a system of records to its inventory of systems of records notices subject to the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a), as amended.
The Defense Investigative Service proposes to exempt a system of records identified as V5-04, entitled Counterintelligence Issues Database (CII-DB), from certain provisions of 5 U.S.C. 552a. Exemption is needed to comply with prohibitions against disclosure of information provided the government under a promise of confidentiality and to protect...