- Chairperson: Trevor Jones
- Location: TBD
- Time and Date: 0930 on fourth Thursday of Month
The PSDSRA Security Subcommittee scheduled for 2-22-2018 is going to hold a comprehensive training regarding the following:
- Access to the Security Training, Education and Professionalization Portal (STEPP) through the Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) website for the purpose of Facility Security Officers (FSO) to be able to receive free training which will enhance industrial security members knowledge and capabilities. This increase in knowledge will augment the enhancement, drive, and shape our security culture on the waterfront.
- We will next hold a comprehensive training covering the NISPOM in an effort to support the Defense Security Services (DSS) new initiative of moving from a focus on schedule‐driven compliance to an intelligence‐led, asset focused, and threat‐driven approach to industrial security by; helping committee members understand the primary components allowing them to implement tailored security plans (TSP) that will achieve value added effective security, specific to each organization’s needs.
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On September 15, 2020, a company, PreVeil, hosted a webinar titled “CMMC Do’s and Don’ts for 2020” and the featured speakers were Ms. Katie Arrington from DOD and Mr. Karlton Johnson from the CMMC Accreditation Board. A link to the webinar is on the Ship Repair Association website on the Security Committee page.
You are encouraged to visit the CMMC Accreditation Board website, www.CMMCAB.org. The CMMC AB has been established to train and certify the assessors. At their website, you will get additional information on the process and they will be adding information as it is developed.
DOD is developing a handbook to aid industry in identifying and understanding CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information). No time was identified for it’s release but as soon as it is available, we will send out notification. DOD also funds Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC). Training is planned to be given to the PTACs so that they can support industry in achieving certification.
You are welcomed to visit the PreVeil website, www.preveil.com/resources/, where you can gain access to additional resources.