Construction and Management of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities Workshop
Construction and Management of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities Workshop is a 3-day training program that provides practicing engineers, product managers, program managers, analysts, technicians, and other personnel, with leading edge specialized knowledge in construction and management of sensitive compartmented information facilities for advancement in career and productivity.
The workshop is aligned with ICD 705 Physical Security Construction Requirements for SAP SA501.16, AKA Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) Physical Security Construction Requirements. Participants will learn the skills needed to evaluate a Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) to ensure it meets the requirements for Intelligence Community Directives and Special Access Program policies.
Upon completion of the course, the participants are able to:
- Recognize Department of Defense (DOD) guidance and Intelligence Community Standards (ICS) for the construction, accreditation, and inspection of Special Access Program Facility (SAPF).
- Inspect SAPF doors, windows, ducts, ventilation, and view ports for compliance with DOD physical security criteria.
- Verify that SAPF ceilings, walls, and floors are compliant with DOD physical security criteria.
- Evaluate SAPF intrusion detection systems (IDS) for compliance with DOD physical security criteria.
- Evaluate SAPF telecommunications and RF communication systems for compliance with DOD physical security criteria.
- Evaluate SAPF classified destruction methods and DEMIL for compliance with DOD physical security criteria.
- Analyze ICD 705 Physical Security Lifecycle.
- Implement the requirements of the new ICD 705 series including ICD 705, ICS 705-1, ICS 705-2, and the ICD 705 Technical Specifications.
Course content include:
- Introduction to DOD Physical Security Criteria
- Overview of Physical Security Construction Requirements
- Inspection of Doors, Windows, Ducts, and Ventilation
- Walls, Ceilings, and Floors
- Instruction Detection System
- Telecommunications including COMSEC, RF, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
- Principles of Conducted Emissions (CE), Conducted Susceptibility (CS)
- Radiated Emissions (RE), and Radiated Susceptibility (RS)
- Fundamentals of Shielding effectiveness (SE)
- DEMIL and Classified Material Destruction Methods