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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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The Identity Management Education Program is a tightly integrated set of activities intended to provide the Department of Defense with a high quality program in Identity Management Education. During this phase of the program, the instructional aspects of the Identity Management Education Program (IMEP) at the Naval Postgraduate School will be launched. These will include: executive education; a certificate program for DOD personnel; resident education for U.S. Military officers and DOD civilians; training and awareness activities, including further development of CyberCIEGE, a video game that cyber aspects of identity management; as well as continued course development and program maintenance.
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