Defense Data Network: usage sensitive billing
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The Defense Data Network (DDN) program plan approved by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) on 2 April 1982 and subsequent OSD policy guidance on DDN provides for the eventual recovery of applicable network costs by billing of subscribers based upon their utilization of network resources. This thesis will examine the present billing scheme utilized for recovery of DDN costs as well as an alternative usage sensitive billing scheme to satisfy the OSD mandate.
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