The daa may require the diacap comprehensive package

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material and artifacts. The DAA may require the DIACAP Comprehensive Package, which contains all of the information connected with the certification of the IS. It includes the System Identification Profile (SIP), the DIACAP Implementation Plan (DIP), the Supporting Certification Documentation, the DIACAP Scorecard, and the IT Security POA&M, if required. Supporting Certification Documentation may include the System Security Plan (SSP), the Configuration Management Plan (CMP), the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), and other artifacts that satisfy the applicable 8500.2 IA controls for the IS. Based on instructions from the [Organization Name] DAA, [System Name] has a [Executive/Comprehensive DIACAP Package] . Full up-to-date details of [System Name] vulnerabilities are listed on the Vulnerability Management System (VMS). 2 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 2 SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION & OPERATIONAL STATUS [Site Name and/or System Name; System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) stage] 3 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 3 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 3.1 Purpose [The purpose of the information system; system capabilities and how it relates to the organizational mission] 3.2 System Environment [Describe the system environment; provide a diagram if possible] Figure 1: System Environment 3.3 Accreditation Boundary [Describe the accreditation boundary; provide a diagram if possible] Figure 2: Accreditation Boundary According to the Committee on National Security Systems Instruction No. 4009, “National Information Assurance (IA) Glossary,” as revised June 2006, the accreditation boundary identifies the information resources covered by an accreditation decision, as distinguished from separately accredited information resources that are interconnected or with which information is exchanged via messaging. The personnel that manage and utilize [System Name] are considered part of [System Name] ’s Accreditation Boundary, though they are not considered part of the system itself. 3.4 System Baseline [Describe the system baseline. Below is merely an example you could expand upon.] The key to managing the configuration in the production facilities, including changes/updates and security fixes, is having the Production Facility Baseline emulated in the Lab. All development and testing is performed in the Lab for verification and approval of the baseline. Once testing has been completed and the Configuration Control Board (CCB) has approved the configuration/changes, the approved baseline architecture is replicated initially in the production baseline sites. When approved, the production baseline established at [Site A] will be replicated at [Site B]; and the [Site A] production baseline will be replicated at each of the activated locations. Security updates issued under the IAVA Management Guidelines, promulgated by JTF-GNO, will be tested in the Lab and released to the IAO for centrally-managed implementation at the [Sites] concurrently. In addition to holding the master copy of the [system] architecture, the Lab
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