JMIP

AcronymDefinition
JMIPJoint Military Intelligence Program
JMIPJohn Marek Independent Party (political party; UK)
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JMIDS is comprised of three main components: the joint modular intermodal container (JMIC), the joint modular intermodal platform (JMIP) and integrated automatic identification technology (AIT) that enables users to track and monitor shipments.
JMIP is an intermodal platform that has locking features on its cargo deck for locking JMICs directly to it without the need for banding and strapping.
They don't care if it's an NFIP program, a JMIP program, a TIARA program.
CAMBONE: Senator, the cryptological support group that might be in Baghdad belongs to the NFIP out of NSA, supporting a special operations team that isn't in the intelligence budget at all, working with a tactical HUMINT team member from the Army, down in the TIARA accounts, working to bring together the information from a satellite, which is in the NFIP account, and an airplane, which is in the JMIP. They don't see any of that.
(49) The DNI's role in the DOD's development of JMIP and TIARA budgets remains the same--participatory not directive.
Within the MIP are programs that formerly constituted the JMIP that support DOD-wide intelligence efforts as well as programs directly supporting military operations that were formerly categorized as TIARA.
that at the beginning of each congressional budget cycle, the President or a designee disclose the total amount of money appropriated for intelligence activities for the current fiscal year (to include NFIP, JMIP, and TIARA) and the total amount being requested for the next fiscal year.
The act gave the DCI authority to develop and present to the President an annual budget for the National Foreign Intelligence Program and to participate in the development by the Secretary of Defense of the Joint Military Intelligence Program (JMIP) and the Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities Program (TIARA).
the Joint Military Intelligence Program (JMIP) (14) and the Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities (TIARA) (15), both directly controlled by the Secretary of Defense [H.R.
For budgetary purposes, intelligence spending is divided between the National Foreign Intelligence Program (NFIP), which covers Washington-based agencies and Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities (TIARA) (also known as intelligence-related activities), which covers programs supporting the operating units of the armed services, and the Joint Military Intelligence Program (JMIP), which covers programs, not-necessarily tactical, that are of primary concern to the Defense Department.