January 2019

  • National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee Website https://classmgmt.com/nisppac.php - In April 1990, President George Bush directed the National Security Council to explore the creation of a single, integrated industrial security program that might result in cost savings and improved security protection. Recommendations from representatives from government and industry were invited to participate in an initiative intended to create an integrated security framework. This initiative led to the creation of Executive Order (EO) 12829, which established the National Industrial Security Program (NISP), a single, integrated, cohesive security program to protect classified information and to preserve our Nation's economic and technological interests.  EO 12829 also established the National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee (NISPPAC). The NISPPAC is chaired by the Director of the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), who has the authority to appoint sixteen representatives from Executive Branch agencies and eight non-governmental members. The eight non-governmental members represent the approximately 13,000 cleared defense contractor organizations and serve four year terms. 

  • DMDC Website: states a SO/FSO MAY NOT distribute documentation retrieved from a DoD system (e.g., JPAS, DISS (JVS/CATS)) to the subject or other entity without written consent from DMDC.  For example, a SO/FSO may not print and give a CE Alert Report to the subject.  If a SO/FSO does distribute a CE Alert Report to the subject without written consent from DMDC, a SO/FSO is in violation of DoD Regulations and account management policy for the system.


December 2018


August 2018

  • The DoD Manual 5220.22, Volume 2 - National Industrial Security Program: Industrial Security Procedures for Government Activities was just released.  You can find the document HERE (DOD MANUAL 5220.22, VOLUME 2).