Will perform evaluation of proposed modifications

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will perform evaluation of proposed modifications, upgrades, and engineering refresh to the video service architecture. Also, the Lab will evaluate components to be used by customer sites for interoperability with the [system] architecture. 4 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 3.5 Information System Type [Enclave, AIS application, outsourced IT-based process, or platform IT interconnections (in accordance with DoDD 8500.01)] 3.6 Information Classification and Sensitivity [Describe information classification and sensitivity; i.e. unclassified, FOUO, and classified (Secret/Collateral), Allied Secret Releasable, etc.; Command & Control (C2) information; intelligence information; business operations information; other DoD missions information; non-DoD missions information] 3.7 System Capabilities [Describe the high-level capabilities of the system; What do the components and how] 5 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 4 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE [Describe the system architecture; provide diagrams whenever possible] 4.1 High-Level Architecture Figure 3: High-Level Architecture 4.2 Detailed Architecture Figure 4: Detailed Architecture 6 [CLASSIFICATION]
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4.3 System Resources [List the kind of equipment, software/firmware, functional role, what it connects to, the functional role of that equipment, and protocols transiting the link] All IA and IA-enabled products need to be National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) approved, and must be currently on the Unified Capabilities Certification Office (UCCO) Approved Products List (APL). The Reference section at the end of this SSP contains links to the NIAP and UCCO APL Web sites. Device Make/Model Software/Firmware & version Functional Role Connection Number Connection Function Remote Device Remote Device Function Protocols transiting link Table 2: System Resources 7 [CLASSIFICATION]
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5 SYSTEM INTERFACES AND EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS [Describe the operating system(s), database management system(s), and applications. Describe the features of any security packages. Describe the target software and its intended use. Identify whether the software is Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), government off-the-shelf (GOTS), or on the Ethernet Private Line (EPL). This includes manufacturer supplied software, other COTS software, and all program generated applications software. Describe all connections to [System Name] . Include external connections such as remote access for telecommuters and connections for contractors performing maintenance tasks. All connections involving components within the accreditation boundary should be covered here. Define all network interfaces, the connection medium used {ISDN, NIPR, SIPR, etc.}, and any security features employed over those links. Include information regarding the applications requiring the interface.
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