DoD established DDRP
in 1981 to deter members from using prohibitive drugs which negatively impact the unique hazardous conditions associated with military work.
DCL is showing interworking between UNI to external clients, GMPLS + OSPF internally within the network domain, and NNI + DDRP
between network domains, in complex scenarios that include full end-to-end provisioning across multiple domains.
Focused in the Fergana Valley in Kyrgyzstan, DDRP
worked with target populations, including vulnerable youth, prostitutes, and prisoners.
cooperates with local organizations to deliver key messages on drug abuse prevention and offer alternative activities though innovative "Youth Power" centers.
DCL and its customers joined fellow equipment manufacturers to demonstrate interoperability in the successful UNI, NNI and DDRP
interoperability event, sponsored by the OIF, at Optical Fiber Communication 2003 (OFC).
On the occasion of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in June, the DDRP
conducted several public activities, including the distribution of brochures on the harmful effects of drug abuse, drawing contests and public discussions.
was funded by the State Department's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).