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From Chapter 5 of the book "Open Systems Networking. TCP/IP and OSI" (1993) by D.M. Piscitello and A.L. Chapin:
<< The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), acting for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), administers a [Government Open Systems Interconnection Protocol] (GOSIP) registration authority.
GSA will provide U.S. government agencies with strings (all of which begin with the character "GOV+") that can be used in X.400 mail addresses as part of constructed private management domain or organization names, under a delegation from ANSI to NIST that is registered as [the current arc]. >>

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