OSD (TP) Website (). However, once the Knowledge Management portal is available, minutes and actions will be posted to the portal. ICG meetings will continue bi-annually.
AIP Status Updates and Presentations
Following the opening remarks, AIP status updates and presentations were provided by many of the attendees. Hard copy briefings were provided to all meeting attendees. (If you would like an electronic copy of all or any of the briefings please contact Jared Andrews at .)
The following is a summary of the AIP status updates and presentations in the order in which they were presented.
AIP 2 - Performance of Threat/Vulnerability/Risk Assessments
Mr. Earhart reported that OUSD (I) is currently updating DoD 5100.76M - Physical Security of Sensitive Conventional Arms, Ammunition and Explosives and is also working to establish minimum access control standards at the base and installation level. They also plan to address some open issues with Foreign Military Sales (FMS). The Services will have a chance to review and comment on DoD 5100.76M by mid-summer.
Mr. Earhart also reported that he has been working with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to determine if they have performed any threat and vulnerability assessments that may lend themselves to the secure transport of AA&E. He noted that the COCOMs have also performed threat and vulnerability assessments; however, the assessments have not been consolidated and shared with the Transportation community. OUSD (I) will work towards consolidating and sharing the reports. Mr. Juan Figueroa, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), offered to work with OUSD (I) to share threat information as well.
Installation Access Controls
Mr. Earhart reported that his office has been working to develop minimum standards for comprehensive access control, screening requirements, and procedures for DoD owned or controlled spaces. OUSD (I) is working to establish the vetting requirements, which is a significant obstacle. DSS processes investigations for clearances, but they are not the adjudicators. Each Service, National Security Agency (NSA), etc. has adjudicating bodies. All organizations use Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS), but JPAS is not designed to interface with other systems. OUSD (I) is working to resolve this issue. Contractor vetting cannot be outsourced; it must be completed by United States Government (USG) personnel. OUSD (I) is also working with the DHS on verification standards and with the State Department on vetting processes for overseas personnel. Gaps identified in the
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