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JAFAN 6/3 or DIACAP?

Posted By weeksdp 8 Years Ago
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I am working on our Information Asurance Strategy.  It appears JAFAN 6/3 encompasses DIACAP.  I DIACAP obsolete?  Your thoughts?

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The DIACAP is definately not obsolete. My understanding is that JAFAN covers classified systems. From the interim DIACAP guidance, "DIACAP is applicable to...

"2.1.2. All DoD-owned or controlled information systems that receive, process, store, display or transmit DoD information, throughout the entire system life cycle (SLC) and regardless of classification or sensitivity....
2.2. Nothing in this Instruction shall alter or supersede the existing authorities and policies of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) regarding the protection of Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and special access programs for intelligence as directed by Executive Order 12333 (reference (f)), and other laws and regulations. The application of the provisions and procedures of this Instruction to SCI or other intelligence information systems is encouraged where they may complement or address areas not otherwise specifically addressed."

Don't know if this answers the question, but I would think that you would go w/ the JAFAN and incorporate applicable areas of the DIACAP as complementary guidance.

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DIACAP is Collateral

JAFAN 6/3 is SAR IT

JAFAN 6/9 is SAR Physical

DCID 6/3 is SCI IT

DCID 6/9 is SCI Physical

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Could you please elaborate on what you mean by DIACAP being collateral?

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I think he meant collateral=unclassified

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Collateral = Unclassified and Secret systems. Typically NIPRNet and SIPRNet. You can also have Collateral T.S. Systems

SAR and/or SAP = Special Access Requirements/Special access Programs (These can be collateral or SCI)

SCI = Sensitive Compartmented Information



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