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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER PACIFIC AIR FORCES

PACAF DIRECTORY 90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Command Policy COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION MISSION PERFORMANCE COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available for downloading or ordering on the ePublishing website at www.e-publishing.af.mil. RELEASABILITY: There are no releasability restrictions on this publication. OPR: HQ PACAF/A6X Supersedes: PACAFDIR 90-212, 10 February 2006 Certified by: HQ PACAF/A6X (Lt Col Williams) Pages: 42

This directory implements AFPD 90-2, The Inspection System. This directory lists compliance items that support guidance in the following: law, executive order, higher headquarters publications (DoD, JCS, FAA, AFI, AFMAN, AFOSH STDs, Technical Orders, etc.) and MAJCOM publications. Units may supplement this directory to add internal compliance items. This directory does not apply to the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) units and members. Selected items in this publication do not apply to the Air National Guard (ANG). The references in this directory are not all-inclusive. Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication to the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) using the AF 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route AF 847s from the field through the appropriate functional's chain of command. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) Records Disposition Schedule (RDS) located at https://www.my.af.mil/gcss-af61a/afrims/afrims/. SUMMARY OF CHANGES This version of the directory constitutes a total rewrite of all compliance areas due to updates to several Air Force Instructions; the publication of Technical Order 00-33A-1001, General Communications Activities Management Procedures and Practice Requirements. All references to AFI 21-116, Maintenance Management of Communications-Electronics, have been removed. In addition, all references to PACAF Supplements have been removed from the compliance items.

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General. .................................................................................................................. Adopted Forms: ..................................................................................................... 2 2 3

Attachment 1--COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION MISSION PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST

1. General. The items listed do not constitute the order or limit the scope of the inspection/assessment. As a minimum, units should use this directory in conjunction with the annual unit self-assessment. The objective is to identify deficiencies that preclude attainment of required capabilities. This directory may be used in whole or in part by higher headquarters HHQ during visits or exercises. Users may add any item(s) which, in the exercise of good judgment, requires examination. 1.1. Critical Compliance Objectives (CCO). Items defined by PACAF as key result areas for successful mission accomplishment include, but are not limited to, items where noncompliance could result in serious injury, loss of life, excessive cost, or litigation. CCOs are BOLD AND ALL CAPS. 1.2. Core Compliance Items (CCI). Areas that require special vigilance, are important to the overall performance of the unit and are essential to operations, but are not deemed "critical." Non-compliance would result in some negative impact on mission performance or could result in injury, unnecessary cost, or possible litigation. CCIs are ALL CAPS. 1.3. General Compliance Items (GCI). Areas deemed fundamental to successful overall performance of the unit, but non-compliance would result in minimal impact on mission accomplishment or would be unlikely to result in injury, increased cost, or possible litigation. GCIs are in sentence case format. 1.4. Recommended Evaluation Methods. Where possible, a physical verification is recommended. Review original documentation. For bulk items (i.e., training records) review a random sampling. 2. Adopted Forms: AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication.

DEAN R. CLEMONS, Colonel, USAF Director of Communications

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Attachment 1

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Key: # denotes items not applicable to ACOMS units. % denotes items not applicable to mobile communications units. ITEM ITEM NUMBER Training CCO-1 IS TRAINING PLANNED, CONDUCTED, AND DOCUMENTED?

REFERENCES

1.1.

ARE TRAINING MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS PERFORMED? IS TRAINING BUSINEES AREA (TBA) USED TO DOCUMENT TRAINING OF ALL COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SPECIALISTS? Are applicable training products properly used to plan, schedule, manage, and document training? ARE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE REQUIRED TO BE FULLY TRAINED ON TASKS SUFFICIENT TO ENSURE COMPLETE AND COTINUOUS TASK COVERAGE? ARE ANCILLARY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS MET? (Evaluation method: Examine Automated Distributed Learning Service (ADLS) ancillary training reports for coverage.) HAVE WORK CENTER DUTY POSITIONS AND EACH POSITION'S TOTAL TASK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS BEEN IDENTIFIED? HAS A TRAINING SCHEDULE BEEN DEVELOPED AND UTILIZED FOR EACH TRAINEE?

1.2.

AFI 10-403; AFI 21109; AFI 33-115 VOLS 1 and 2; AFI 36-2201, VOLS 1-3; AFI 36-2232; TO 0033A-1001 AFI 36-2201, VOL 3; AFI 36-2232; and AFI 33-115, VOL 1 AFI 36-2201V3, PARA 7.2.; and AFI 33-115, VOL 2 AFI 21-109; AFI 362201, VOL 3; and AFI 36-2233 AFI 36-2201, VOL 3, PARAS 4.3.9. and 6.1.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 1.4.2.; and AFI 36-2201, VOL 1, CHAP 4

1.3.

1.4.

1.5.

1.6.

AFI 36-2201, VOL 3

1.7.

AFI 36-2201, VOL 3

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Safety CCO-2 DOES THE UNIT ENFORCE GENERAL SAFETY PRACTICES? Evaluation Method: Examine work center safety program, AF Form 55, Base Safety Surveys, Hazdardous Communications (HAZCOM) program documentation, Lockout/Tagout procedures, facility ground check documentation, and unit and/or base safety inspection reports. AFI 91-301; AFI 91302; AFOSH STD 48and 91-SERIES; TO 00-25-232, 00-25-234 SYSTEM TECHNICAL ORDERS AFI 91-202, PARAS 1.4., 1.3.1., 1.3.2., 1.6.1.3., 1.6.1.3., and 1.6.1.3.3. AFI 91-301 AFI 91-302 AFOSH STD 48- and 91-SERIES AFI 91-301, PARA 2.14. AFOSHSTD 48-9 AFI 91-301, PARA 2.14., and ATCH 5 AFI 91-301, PARA 2.14., and ATCH 2 AFOSH STD 48-and 91-SERIES

2.1.

ARE ALL APPLICABLE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH GUIDELINES IDENTIFIED, AVAILABLE, AND CURRENT?

2.2.

Are baseline and recurring bioenvironmental surveys and reports properly briefed and filed?

2.3. 2.4. 2.5.

Are job safety training outlines developed, comprehensive, and used? Are job safety analyses (JSA) developed and used? ARE SAFETY PROGRAMS (E.G., PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS, HAZARDOUS NOISE, CLIMBING, LADDER SAFETY, EYEWASH STATION, ETC.) IMPLEMENTED? ARE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, FIRE PROTECTION, AND HEALTH ON-THE-JOB TRAINING PERFORMED AND DOCUMENTED?

2.6.

AFI 91-301, PARAS 2.14, and 7. AFOSH STD 48-and 91-SERIES

Plans and Implementation CCO-3 ARE C4 SYSTEMS RESOURCES MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS MET, INCLUDING FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS, AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS? AFI 33-104, CHAPS 4 and 6

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 3.1. DOES THE PLANS AND PROGRAMS SECTION SATISFY DOCUMENTED USER REQUIREMENTS WITHIN COST AND WITHIN SCHEDULED TIMELINES? DOES THE UNIT DEVELOP, EXECUTE, AND MANAGE ITS ANNUAL BUDGET? Is the annual budget call process thoroughly briefed to all cost centers? Is a consolidated and well-coordinated annual budget submitted to the base budget office in accordance with (IAW) its procedures and does the budget include all known approved requirements/costs? Are host comptrollers provided budget reports used to track and reconcile the unit budget?

5 AFI 33-104, PARA 4.1., and ATCHS 6, 7, 8, and 9 AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.1.1.1., 6.1.1.2., and 6.1.1.3. AFI 33-104, PARA 6.1.1.1.3. AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.1.1.1.4., and 6.1.1.1.5. AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.1.1.2.1., 6.1.1.2.4., 6.1.1.2.5., and 6.1.1.7.2. AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.1.1.3, and 6.1.1.5. AFI 33-104, PARA 6.1.1.7.3. AFI 33-104, PARA 6.1.1.7.7. AFI 33-104, PARA 6.2.; and AFI 25-201, PARAS 1.2.3., 2.3., and 2.4., and CHAP 5 (5.1 thru 5.5) AFI 25-201, PARAS 2.4.1., 5.4.1., and 5.4.2.; and AFI 33104, PARA 6.2.2. AFI 25-201,PARA 2.4.1.5.

3.2.

3.3. 3.4.

3.5.

3.6.

3.7. 3.8. 3.9.

3.10.

ARE ALL COMMITMENT, OBLIGATION, EXPENSE AND REIMBURSEMENT DOCUMENTS PREPARED AND MAINTAINED? Is the Communications and Information Systems Officer (CSO) kept up to date on the financial status of the unit? Are duties of certification, verification, and payment of leased services separated? ARE SUPPORT AGREEMENTS, MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENTS (MOAs), SUPPORT LEVEL AGREEMENTS (SLAs), AND MEMORANDUMS OF UNDERSTANDING (MOUs) AFFECTING THE UNIT APPROVED, SIGNED, AND ON FILE? Does the Functional Area Agreement Coordinator (FAAC) review all agreements to ensure currency, applicability and impact awareness? Does the FAAC provide the required data to Financial Management (FM)/Unit Resource Advisor for development of unit cost factors for relevant categories of support? DOES THE FAAC ENSURE BILLING FOR REIMBURSABLE SUPPORT IS SUBMITTED TO THE FM OR DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE (DFAS) ON A TIMELY BASIS?

3.11.

3.12.

AFI 25-201, PARA 2.4.1.6.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE UNIT MAINTAIN A LIST OF ALL CONTRACTS IT HAS OVERSIGHT RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND HAS A TRAINED/QUALIFIED QUALITY ASSURANCE EVALUATOR (QAE) BEEN ASSIGNED FOR EACH CONTRACT? HAS A QUALITY ASSURANCE SURVEILLANCE PLAN BEEN DEVELOPED FOR EACH CONTRACT, AND DOES THE QAE USE THIS PLAN WHEN EVALUATING CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE? DOES THE QAE ENSURE THE CONTRACTOR PERFORMS IAW THE CONTRACT AND THE GOV'T ONLY PAYS FOR SERVICES THE CONTRACTOR PERFORMED? ARE C4 SYSTEMS PLANNING AND REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES EFFECTIVE? IS THERE A PROJECT PLANNING FUNCTION IN THE UNIT? Is a single project manager designated to head each project? Do Base-Level Project Managers ensure continuity in project implementation by establishing standardized project folders that are reviewed periodically and kept active until all installation exceptions are eliminated? Are project exceptions monitored until corrected? Does the base blueprint identify existing infrastructure, ongoing programs/projects, short/long ranged planned systems, user requirements and required resources? Have the host wing and MAJCOM approved the base C4 systems blueprint and is it kept current in Cyberspace Infrastructure Planning System (CIPS)? Do the C4 system planners meet with base customers on a continual basis to gain understanding of their missions, C4 system needs, and educate them about C4 systems? Has the CSO established a periodic wing-level Planning Forum to discuss current and future issues affecting the Wing's Communications & Information (C&I) infrastructure and various systems it supports? Do C4 planners attend briefings, conferences, and meetings, (e.g., facility/space utilization boards, financial working groups, etc.) to keep informed on base activities and provide timely info on C4 systems planning, development, and implementation? AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.3., 6.3.1.5., 6.3.2.5., and 6.3.3.

3.14.

AFI 33-104, PARA 6.3.1.2.

3.15.

AFI 33-104, PARAS 6.3.3.2., 6.3.3.3.

CCO-4

AFI 33-104, CHAPS 2 and 3 AFI 33-104, PARAS 2.1., 2.2., and 3.1.1. AFI 33-104, PARA 4.2.1.1.1. AFI 33-104, ATCH 7, PARA A7.4.

4.1. 4.2. 4.3.

4.4. 4.5.

AFI 33-104, PARAS 5.4., and 5.4.2.2. AFI 33-104,PARA 2.1.3. AFI 33-104, PARAS 2.1.3., and 2.2.4. AFI 33-104, PARA 2.2.1. AFI 33-104, PARA 3.1.1.

4.6. # 4.7. # 4.8. #

4.9.

AFI 33-104, PARA 2.2.5.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 4.10.# Does the base CSO Coordinate Systems Telecommunications Engineering Manager-Base Level (STEM-B) visits with base-level functional area managers? HAS THE UNIT DEVELOPED LOCAL PROCEDURES EXPLAINING HOW TO PREPARE AND PROCESS C4 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS? Are requirements tracked through completion and users kept informed of current status? DOES THE UNIT DEVELOP OR OBTAIN TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS AND COSTINGS (TS&C) CONSISTENT WITH LOCAL, DOD, AIR FORCE, AND MAJCOM ARCHITECTURES IN A TIMELY MANNER? Are TS&C actions coordinated with all concerned agencies prior to the requestor's approval for implementation? Do communications and information systems project managers help users develop and process work orders for approved and funded projects? Is the host wing communications officer designated as the base CSO? IS C4 SYSTEMS PLANS SUPPORT EFFECTIVE, INCLUDING MOBILITY AND DEPLOYMENT MANAGEMENT AND BASE SUPPORT PLANNING? DOES THE UNIT HAVE A COPY OF ALL PLANS AFFECTING THE UNIT AND ARE THEY ACCOUNTED FOR BASED ON THEIR CLASSIFICATION? DOES THE COMMUNIATIONS AND SYSTEMS PLANNER ENSURE PLAN OPRs ARE ASSIGNED, REQUIRED REVIEWS ARE CONDUCTED BY ALL APPLICABLE OFFICES, AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION IS PREPARED IN A TIMELY MANNER? Has the CSO reviewed all tasks in applicable plans? ARE C4 SYSTEMS BASE-LEVEL INTEGRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS MET? IS AN AF FORM 103, BASE CIVIL ENGINEERING WORK CLEARANCE REQUEST, SUBMITTED TO ACQUIRE A DIGGING PERMIT FOR CABLE, DUCT, AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION? AFI 33-104, PARA 3.1.1.; and AFI 33101, PARA A2.2.9. AFI 33-104, PARA 2.7.3. AFI 33-104, PARAS 2.7.3.3., and 2.7.3.4. AFI 33-104, PARAS 2.7., 3.3.1., and 3.7.

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4.14.

AFI 33-104, PARAS 2.7.2., and 3.7. AFI 33-104, PARA 3.8.3. AFI 33-104, PARA 2.1.2. AFI 33-104, PARA 2.6.

4.15.

4.16. # CCO-5

5.1.

AFI 33-104, PARA 2.6.

5.2.

AFI 33-104, PARA 2.6.

5.3. # CCO-6

AFI 33-104, PARA 3.3. AFI 33-104, CHAPS 3, 4, and 5 AFI 33-104, PARA 3.8.4.

6.1.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DO C4 PLANNERS ENSURE APPROPRIATE COMMUNICATIONS ACTIVITIES ATTEND PREPROJECT DEFINITION CONFERENCES AND PROJECT REVIEWS, PROVIDE DESIGN COMMENTS, AND PARTICIPATE IN MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ACCEPTANCE INSPECTIONS? DO C4 PLANNERS ANALYZE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM (MCP) & MINOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS FOR C4 INFRASTRUCTURE IMPACT AND ENSURE COMM REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBMITTED AND INCLUDED IN PROJECTS? DO PROJECT MANAGERS ENSURE PROJECT PACKAGES ARE REVIEWED BY ALL AFFECTED AGENCIES, AND POTENTIAL PROBLEMS ARE RESOLVED WITH STEM-B AND PROJECT ENGINEER BEFORE THE INSTALLATION TEAM ARRIVES? Is support construction completion verified in conjunction with Base Civil Engineering and communications project monitor using applicable TS&C or program support agreement (PSA)? Is project material received, inspected, stored and accounted for properly and all deficiencies reported to the program manager? Is availability of logistics support requirements addressed prior to accepting new or upgraded C4 systems/equipment, i.e., supply support, special equip/tools, technical data, manpower, appropriate training and training support? ARE C4 AND INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS ACCEPTANCE INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED, AND IS APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION COMPLETED IN TIMELY MANNER? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS AND SYSTEMS PLANNER MONITOR PROJECT EXCEPTIONS UNTIL CORRECTED? DOES THE UNIT HAVE A C4 SYSTEMS INSTALLATION RECORDS (CSIR) PROGRAM? ARE CSIRS DEVELOPED AND MAINTAINED FOR ALL AF OWNED FIXED COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS NOT ENTERED INTO CIPS? AFI 33-104, PARA 3.8.2.1.

6.3.

AFI 33-104, PARA 3.8.2.2.

6.4.

AFI 33-104, PARA A7.7.

6.5.

AFI 33-104, PARA A7.8.

6.6.

AFI 33-104, PARA 4.2.2.15. AFI 33-104, PARAS 3.7.5., and 4.2.2.7.

6.7.

6.8.

AFI 33-104, PARAS 4.2.7.3.2., 5.1., 5.2., 5.3., and 5.6. AFI 33-104, PARAS 5.4., and 5.4.2.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 7.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 7.5.1.1.

6.9.

CCO-7 7.1.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 7.2. ARE ANNUAL REVIEWS OF EACH CSIR CONDUCTED BY RESPECTIVE FUNCTIONAL WORK CENTERS AND UPDATES REQUESTED, AS REQUIRED? Information Technology (IT) Systems CCO-8 ARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT ACCOUNTED FOR AND MAINTAINED? DOES THE ECO ENSURE COMPLETION OF THE ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY, THAT EQUIPMENT CUSTODIAN (EC) APPOINTMENTS ARE RENEWED ANNUALLY, AND THAT EC'S HAVE COMPLETED ANNUAL TRAINING? Does the Equipment Control Officer (ECO) prepare Asset Inventory Management (AIM) generated bar codes and provide them to the EC as needed? Does the ECO provide training to all ECs? Does the ECO work with tenant ECOs to establish a hosttenant agreement? DO ORGANIZATIONAL COMMANDERS OR EQUIVALENT ENSURE ALL IT HARDWARE (INCLUDING THOSE PURCHASED USING THE GOVERNMENT PURCHASE CARD (GPC) ARE REPORTED TO THE ECO FOR INCLUSION IN THE AIM INVENTORY? DO ORGANIZATIONAL COMMANDERS ANNUALLY CERTIFY TO THE APPLICABLE ECO THAT THE ECs ACCOMPLISHED AN ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR ALL COMPUTER SYSTEMS UNDER THEIR JURISDICTION? Do organizational commanders or equivalents annually certify to the applicable ECO the appointment of the EC? DOES THE EC PERFORM AN ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY AS DIRECTED BY THE ECO? DO THE EC AND ECO SIGN THE ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY AND IS THE ORIGINAL COPY RETAINED BY THE EC? When practical, does the EC ensure all accountable computer systems and equipment have an AIM-generated bar code label (or equivalent) attached? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 7.5.1.7.

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AFI 33-112, PARAS 6 and 7.; and AFI 33106, PARA 4.8. AFI 33-112, PARA 10.2.5.

8.2. # 8.3. # 8.4. # 8.5.

AFI 33.112, PARA 10.2.10. AFI 33-112, PARA 10.2.13. AFI 33-112, PARA 10.2.25. AFI 33-112, PARA 7.10.

8.6.

AFI 33-112, PARA 7.5.1.3.

8.7. 8.8.

AFI 33-112, PARAS 7.6., and 7.5.1.1 AFI 33-112, PARA 11.1.1.

8.9.

AFI 33-112, PARA 11.2.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Does the EC coordinate hard drive sanitation and provide appropriate documentation back to the applicable ECO to clear the account of equipment that was transferred to another account, turned-in to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office, or donated to a school? Does the EC out-process through the applicable ECO? Does the EC conduct a joint physical inventory and reconcile any missing items before the departure of the outgoing EC or as directed by the applicable ECO? Does the EC notify the applicable ECO of any deployed computer systems? Does the EC properly receive and secure computer systems until proper accountability procedures are accomplished? DOES THE EC IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMANDER TO APPOINT AN INVESTIGATING OFFICIAL TO BEGIN THE REPORT OF SURVEY PROCESS FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DESTRUCTION OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS? Software Management AFI 33-112, PARAS 11.7., and 26.4.6.

8.11. 8.12.

AFI 33-112, PARA 11.9. AFI 33-112, PARA 11.10. AFI 33-112, PARA 11.14. AFI 33-112, PARA 11.15. AFI 33-112, PARA 11.12.; and AFMAN 23-220

8.13. 8.14.

8.15.

CCO-9

9.1. 9.2. 9.3. 9.4.

9.5. 9.6.

ARE PROCEDURES IN PLACE TO ENSURE THAT COMPUTER SOFTWARE (TO INCLUDE DEPLOYABLE SOFTWARE) IS NOT ACQUIRED, USED, REPRODUCED, DISTRIBUTED, OR TRANSMITTED IN VIOLATION OF APPLICABLE COPYRIGHT LAWS? Has the organization appointed a primary and alternate software monitor in writing? WAS AN ANNUAL INVENTORY OF LICENSES CONDUCTED AND DOCUMENTED? IS A PROCESS ESTABLISHED TO TRACK LICENSES? Does the communications squadron commander ensure a record of Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software controlled by organizations is maintained? Does the communications squadron commander ensure evidence of licenses is stored in a secure location? Does the communications squadron commander ensure use of a metering mechanism if licensed for serverhosted, concurrent-user application software?

EXECUTIVE ORDER 13103 Section 1 (a), (b); AFI 33-114, PARAS 8., and 9. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 11.3.1.a. AFI 33-114, PARA 4.1.1. AFI 33-114, PARA 4.1.2. AFI 33-114, PARA 9.5. AFI 33-114, PARA 9.6. AFI 33-114, PARA 9.4.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 9.7. Do organizations ensure users do not install freeware, shareware, or personally-owned software on government systems without Designated Approval Authority (DAA) approval? Does the communications squadron commander instruct personnel on licensed software usage; Privacy Act; Copyright Act; and other DoD, Air Force, and E.O. provisions? (Annual requirement to brief licensed software usage, Privacy Act, Copyright Act, and other military provisions) Does the communications squadron commander ensure organizations register ownership of licensed commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software? Does the unit dispose of old versions of COTS software according to licensing agreements? Does the unit conduct an annual audit of all software to ensure that illegal or unauthorized copies are not installed? Maintenance Management DOES THE UNIT COMMANDER MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF AFI 33-150, Management of Communications Activities? Evaluation Method: Examine letters of designation. Examine climbing proficiency documentation. Examine personnel evaluation reports on Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS) certifying officials to determine unit commander involvement (Note: ATCALS functions not applicable to ACOMS).

11 AFI 33-114, PARA 8.2.; AFI 33-115, VOL 1, PARA 4.7.17.; and AFI 33-100, PARA 3.7.2. AFI 33-114, PARA 9.2.

9.8. #

9.9. # 9.10. 9.11.

AFI 33-114, PARA 9.3. AFI 33-114, PARA 9.7. AFI 33-114, PARA9.9.3.

CCO-10

AFI 33-150, PARA 2.6.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DO THE FLIGHT COMMANDER AND FLIGHT CHIEF MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF AFI 33150? AFI 33-150, PARA 2.7.

CCO-11

Evaluation Method: Examine management concepts and procedures for Functionally Supported Maintenance Activities when such units are assigned. Examine newly assigned personnel orientation program. Examine letters of designation for TMDE coordinator. Examine tool accountability procedures and depot level maintenance program. Review past communications plans, published MOIs and LWCs. Interview Airfield Operations Flight Commander. (Note: ATCALS functions not applicable to ACOMS). HAVE WRITTEN AGREEMENTS BEEN TO 00-33A-1001, ESTABLISHED TO DELINEATE PARA 3.6.1.w. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES? Evaluation Method: Examine MOUs/MOAs between the Functionally Supported Maintenance Activity (FSMA) and the host wing communications squadron. Communications Focal Point (CFP)

CCO-12 12.1.

12.2. 12.3.

12.4. 12.5.

12.6.

DOES THE CFP FUNCTION MAINTAIN A C&I DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN (DRP)? ARE CONTINGENCY PROCEDURES SET UP TO TRACK EQUIPMENT STATUS WHILE AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEM (AIS) IS UNAVAILABLE (DOWNTIME, COMMUNICATIONS OUTAGES, OR NETWORK ERRORS)? Is equipment status (active or inactive) reported by updating status in the AIS? Does the CFP function use the correct communications equipment downtime and delay codes to effectively describe the reason for outages? Does the CFP function reconcile all equipment statuses using the AIS management products? Does the CFP provide clear and concise comments when documenting all actions describing any maintenance that prevents the equipment from being returned to operational status? Is the lowest work unit code (WUC) used to identify specific components causing equipment downtime?

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.3.6.5. AFI 21-103, PARA 6.5.1.8.; and TO 0033A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.b.

AFI 21-103, PARA 6.2.2.3. AFI 21-103, PARAS 6.6.3., and 6.6.4., and ATCH 6. AFI 21-103, PARA 6.5.1.10.1. AFI 21-103, PARA 6.6.6.

AFI 21-103, PARA 6.6.6.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 12.7. Does the CFP function collect trouble tickets/job information, assign Control Numbers (CNs) and maintain the status of all active scheduled, unscheduled, and deferred trouble ticket/jobs to include pre- and postdeployment actions in the approved AIS? Does the CFP function collect information, assign a CN, document, maintain, and report system and/or equipment status according to AFI 21-103, Equipment Inventory, Status Utilization Reporting, using the approved AIS ­ IMDS? Does the CFP Function document and report network mission outages/events according to current approved reporting procedures? (Include the CN in the SITREP when required by the MAJCOM.) Does the CFP function coordinate status changes with all concerned agencies (e.g., customer, tower, Integrated Network Operations and Security Center (I-NOSC)), and include start time and Estimated Time In Commission (ETIC) or Estimated Time of Return to Operation (ETRO) in the trouble ticket/job narrative or applicable AIS field? Does the CFP function manage/review NOTAMs/SITREPs/OPREPs and ensure updates are forwarded to the appropriate work centers for action? (This may also include creating open work orders for the performing work centers.) Does the CFP function review, disseminate, direct and report accomplishment/compliance of time change management (i.e., TCTO, TCNO, FCO, time change items, etc.) and any other downward directed operations, security, or configuration management-related orders? Does the CFP function notify the production work centers of any time change items and other anticipated communications actions? DOES THE CFP FUNCTION HAVE PROCEDURES DEVELOPED TO SUSTAIN CFP OPERATIONS IN THE EVENT OF POWER FAILURE, COMMUNICATIONS OUTAGES, NATIONAL/LOCAL DISASTER, ETC? Does the CFP function maintain a continuity book of all procedures required to perform CFP duties? Does the CFP function have local checklists/AFNet SOPs for specific procedures that are not common, everyday procedures to include emergency action plans, if applicable? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.a.

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12.8.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.c.

12.9.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.d.

12.10.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.f.

12.11.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.k.

12.12.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.q.

12.13.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.q. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.t.

12.14.

12.15. 12.16.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.u. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.v.

14 12.17. 12.18.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Does the CFP maintain a list of unit OPRs for contractor maintained or operated communications systems? Does the CFP function maintain a communications plan? Does the CFP prepare and maintain a master Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI) schedule with assistance of the work centers? Does the CFP function maintain a restoral priorities operation instruction or service catalog? (Evaluation Method: Restoral priorities may be outlined in an Operating Instruction, local network operating instruction (LNOI), or local checklist (LCL) Does the work center review/comply with time change management orders/items (i.e., TCTO, TCNO, FCO, etc.) according to AFI 33-138, Enterprise Network Operation Notification and Tracking, and TO 00-5-15, Air Force Time Compliance Technical Order Process? DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE ALL ANTENNA SYSTEMS AND ALL EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED A STANDARD REPORTING DESIGNATOR (SRD) ARE LISTED ON THE EIL AND MASTER PMI SCHEDULE IN THE APPROVED AIS? Does the work center maintain a current inventory of all mission critical end items/systems and reportable missions, to include Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)/Government-Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) items (i.e., Theater Deployable Communications (TDC), Air Operations Center (AOC), etc.)? Quality Assurance (QA) DOES QA PERFORM FUNCTIONAL MANAGERIAL EVALUATIONS (MEs) ON ALL WORK CENTERS ASSIGNED TO THE ORGANIZATION EVERY 24 MONTHS PER MANAGERIAL EVALUATION SCHEDULE? Does QA conduct an adequate sample to determine whether the inspection checklist item complies with standards, does not comply with standards, or complies with comments? Does QA provide a concise objective outbrief to the work center supervisor after the ME? Does QA route ME reports through evaluated offices and organization leadership? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.y. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.aa., and Appendix F TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.7.6. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.6.1.ac.

12.19.

12.20.

12.21.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.8.1.b.

12.22.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.8.1.h.

12.23.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.8.1.r.

CCO-13

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.2.2.

13.1.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.1.3.2.

13.2. 13.3

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.1.3.3. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.2.4.4

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 13.4 Does QA submit ME reports with "does not comply" items to unit commander within 5 duty days of evaluation report? DOES THE ME REPORT CONTAIN THE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, OVERALL RATING, AND DEFICIENCY TREND ANALYSIS, TO INCLUDE ROOT CAUSES AND RECOMMENDED ACTIONS? Are Personnel Evaluations (PEs) accomplished on system-, equipment-, or service-oriented functions that the technician is qualified to perform? Are PEs conducted on personnel prior to skill-level upgrade within timelines? Are PEs completed on all communications personnel assigned to UTC-based organizations whose primary mission is to deploy? Are re-evaluations conducted for individuals who received a "does not comply" result within 90 days upon notification of certification? (ANG and AFRC within 120 days) DOES QA CONDUCT A SPECIAL PE ON A SAMPLING OF PERSONNEL WHEN NEW EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS ARE ACCEPTED WITHIN 60 DAYS? (ANG AND AFRC WITHIN 120 DAYS) Does QA document PEs on Air Force Communications Quality Control Checksheet (AFCQCC) 100-1, Personnel Evaluation Check sheet or in approved AF System (e.g., MSEMS)? Do PE reports identify deficiency codes and results; provide additional comments, and references to each deficiency code and recommendations? Does the unit commander review all evaluation reports with an overall result of "unsatisfactory" ? Does the flight commander suspend individual's certifier designation for ATCALS equipment certifier for "unsatisfactory" results? Does QA or a QAR conduct other/ancillary equipment evaluations (OEE) on a sample of equipment every 24 months? Does QA or a QAR conduct special equipment evaluations (SEE) when determined by unit leadership and/or within 60 days prior to equipment/systems being shipped out? Are AFCQCCs, Local Communications Quality Control Checksheets (LCQCCs), and applicable technical guidance used on equipment evaluations? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.2.4.4. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.2.4.2.

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13.5.

13.6.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.3.1.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.3.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.3.5.2.

13.7. 13.8.

13.9.

13.10.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.3.6.1.

13.11.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.4.5.1.4.

13.12.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.4.5.1.4.a. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.4.5.1.4.c. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.3.4.5.1.4.b. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.4.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.6.2.

13.13. 13.14. # 13.15.

13.16.

13.17.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.7.4.

16 13.18.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Do EE reports capture validated deficiencies, improvement areas, and compliance examples on the AFCQCC or LCQCC along with each item combined grade and overall result? Do EE reports include executive summary on what was evaluated, overall rating, deficiency trend analysis to include root causes and management actions? Does QA or a QAR submit reports with an overall "DNC" rating to unit CC for review within 5 days of evaluation completion? DOES QA EVALUATE PERSONNEL MAINTAINING OR OPERATING NUCLEAR COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL MAINTAINING PHYSICAL SECURITY INTRUSION DETECTION EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS FOR PRIORITY 1 NUCLEAR ASSETS WITHIN 12 MONTHS? DOES QA OR A QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE (QAR) CONDUCT CORE EQUIPMENT EVALUATIONS (CCE) ON EQUIPMENT AS IDENTIFIED IN TO 00-33A-1001, METHODS AND PROCEDURES GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS ACTIVITIES MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE REQUIREMENTS, EVERY 18 MONTHS? DOES QA OR A QAR CONDUCT NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT/SYSTEM EVALUATIONS EVERY 12 MONTHS FOR ALL EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS IN SUPPORT OF A NUCLEAR MISSION? Material Management ARE WORK CENTER MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SUPERVISORS ENSURING COST EFFECTIVE MISSION SUPPORT THROUGH THE PROPER USE AND MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLY ASSETS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AND LOCAL PURCHASE MATERIALS? Has the flight commander/chief provided written procedures/guidance to ensure the LRS Liaison has the responsibility and authority to function successfully? Does the LRS Liaison coordinate with LRS to set up organizational codes, shop codes, and delivery destinations to receipt for property (e.g., issues and dueout releases) and to process serviceable and unserviceable turn-ins? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.7.6.2.

13.19.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.7.6.2. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.8. TO 00-33A-1001, PARAS 2.5.3.3.4.1., and 2.5.3.3.4.2.

13.20.

CCO-14 #

14.1. #

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.3.2.

CCO-15 #

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 2.5.4.5.2.

CCO-16

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.3.

16.1.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.a.

16.2.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 16.3. Are mission capable (MICAP) reportable items reported and non-mission capable supply requirements satisfied? (Ensure correct use of Force Activity Designator (FAD), Urgency of Need Designator (UND), and requisition priorities.) ARE PROCEDURES IN PLACE TO ROUTE, STORE, AND CONTROL REPAIR CYCLE ASSETS SUCH AS DUE IN FROM MAINTENANCE (DIFM), AWAITING PARTS (AWP), AND EQUIPMENT INOPERATIVE FOR PARTS (EIP)? Does the LRS Liaison ensure all required TCTO kits and time change items are promptly requisitioned and delivered to the production work center? Does the LRS Liaison ensure TCTO actions are completed on supply controlled spares? Does the LRS Liaison advise the production work center on the use of repair cycle asset initial issue procedures? Are repair cycle assets properly managed? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.b.

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16.4.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.c.

16.5.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.e.

16.6. 16.7. 16.8. 16.9.

16.10. 16.11.

16.12.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.f. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.2.1.h. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.3.1.c. Is written guidance to monitor and control shop/operating TO 00-33A-1001, stocks developed in accordance with AFI 23-111, PARA 9.3.1.k. Management of Government Property in Possession of the Air Force? Are work center deployable assets identified? TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.3.1.o. Does the unit comply with AFMAN 23-110, USAF TO 00-33A-1001, Supply Manual, and AFI 33-112, Information PARA 9.3.1.p. Technology Hardware Asset Management, as it applies to equipment identification and accountability? (If the unit operates or maintains communications systems) DOES THE UNIT ENSURE ALL AF WIRELESS TO 00-33A-1001, SYSTEMS CONNECTED TO A NETWORK ARE PARA 9.3.1.q. MARKED WITH THE NOTICE AND CONSENT STATEMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN AFI 33-219, TELECOMMUNICATIONS MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (TMAP)? Corrosion Control HAS THE WORKCENTER ENSURED EFFECTIVE AND TIMELY EQUIPMENT CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL ACTIONS HAVE TAKEN PLACE? Have atmospheric conditions, extreme humidity, and time all been considered when determining inspection frequency? T.O. 00-33A-1001, PARA 6.2.3.a.

CCO-17

17.1.

T.O. 1-1689-3, PARA 3-2.2.; and T.O. 0033A-1001, PARA 6.2.3.e

18 17.2.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Are required corrosion control inspections being performed IAW parent or command directives? T.O. 00-33A-1001, PARA 6.2.2.f, 6.2.2.e.; and T.O. 1-1-689-3, PARA 3-2.2. T.O. 00-33A-1001, PARA 6.2.3.c.; T.O. 11-689-1, PARA 2-6.2.; and T.O. 1-1-700 PARAS 1.1.1., and 9.11. T.O. 1-1-689-3, PARA 2-3.; and T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 1.3. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 6.3.1.2, and 9.2.4.; and T.O. 31-1-75, PARA 2.3.2. T.O. 1-1-689-1, PARA 3-9.; and T.O. 1-1-691, PARA 2.2.

17.3.

Are personnel responsible for corrosion preventative maintenance and treatment receiving appropriate training to detect, identify, clean, preserve, treat, and prevent corrosion on Communications-Electronic equipment?

17.4.

17.5.

Are personnel promptly and properly treating corrosion using only approved materials, equipment, and techniques? Is equipment examined and treated if during the repair process it has been subjected to abrasion, sanding, or blasting of any nature? Is the equipment free of cracking (localized breaking of a metal or alloy in a brittle fashion along a narrow path or network), visible rust, reddish deposits, or powdery spots? Are aluminum and magnesium surfaces free of pitting and white or gray powdery deposits similar to dust?

17.6.

17.7.

17.8.

17.9. 17.10.

T.O. 1-1689-1, PARA 3-10.1., and 3-10.3.; T.O. 1-1-691, PARA 2.2.; and T.O. 31Z-1037, PARA 7-3b. Are painted surfaces free from scaling, cracks, blisters, or T.O. 1-1-689-3, PARA discoloration and properly moisture/fungi proofed? 5-3.1.1., and 5-4.3.; T.O. 31-1-75, CHAP 2; and T.O. 31Z-1037, PARA 6-4. Are polished surfaces free of dulling film or a frosted T.O. 1-1-689-1, PARA appearance? 3-9. Is the equipment free of evidence of corrosion within or adjacent to crevices formed by contact with another piece of similar or dissimilar metal or with a non-metallic material? Is the exterior and interior of equipment and components clean and free of grease, dirt, corrosion, fungus, or other extraneous matter? Are shelter ceilings, walls, and floors free of corrosion and leaks? Is the equipment free of excessive binding, squeaks, and sluggish operation of controls and moveable parts? T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 3.12.2., and 3.12.4.

17.11.

T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 3.12.2., and 2.3.2.5. T.O. 35E4-1-162, TABLE 2-1. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 2.3.8.

17.12. 17.13.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 17.14. Are all parts requiring lubrication, to include mechanically-operated parts without specific directives (e.g., door mechanisms, hinges, latches, pivot pins), lubricated IAW applicable TOs? Are all gaskets, seals, lap joints, butting surfaces, interior areas, doors, and covered enclosures free of corrosion and deterioration? Is hardware (nuts, bolts, screws, clamps, rivets, etc.), being treated for corrosion or replaced?

19 T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 2.2.2.

17.15.

T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 2.3.7. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 2.3.8.; and T.O. 1-1691, PARAS 7.7.2., and 7.7.3. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 2.3.4.

17.16.

17.17.

17.18.

Are all terminal and cable connectors/receptacles; patch panels jacks; interlock switches/contacts clean, free of corrosion, and properly covered/coated to prevent corrosion? Are antenna bases, masts, and towers free of cracks, rust and corrosion? Are antenna guy wires free of corrosion? (If required, guy wires on mobile antennas and cables should be coated with a film of MIL-C-16173 grade 4 oil, FSN 8030-526-1605, at least once every three months.) Have waveguide assemblies been inspected for corrosion, pitting, arc burns, and dents?

17.19.

T.O. 1-1-689-3, PARA 6-3.1.; and T.O. 1-1700, PARA 10.14. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 10.8.

17.20.

17.21.

Are all batteries, battery terminals, battery mounts, and immediate area surrounding batteries free of corrosion? Are all ground points free of corrosion?

17.22.

17.23.

Are grounding strap or grounding clamp metal connections covered with anti-corrosion and sealing compound? Work Center Management

T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 10.14.; and T.O. 1-1689-3, PARAS 6-3.3., and 6-3.4. T.O. 1-1-691, TABLE 3-2.; and T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 10.10. T.O. 1-1-700, PARA 10.13.; T.O. 1-1-6893, PARA 6-4., and 65.; and T.O. 31-10-24, PARA 4-10(a). T.O. 31-10-24, PARA 4-10(f).; and T.O. 1-1700, PARA 3.12.2.

20 CCO-18 ARE PRODUCTION WORK CENTERS PERFORMING THEIR MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES?

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 TO 00-33A-1001, PARAS 3.8., and PARA 3.2.8.

18.1.

Evaluation Method: Examine work center maintenance documentation. Examine Equipment Technical Inspection reports. Interview workcenter personnel. DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE THAT PERSONNEL, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ARE AVAILABLE TO MEET MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS? Evaluation Method: Examine work center Equipment Inventory Listing (EIL) and CA/CRL. Examine Work Center tool management program, Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI) schedule, and Technical Order (TO) file. DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE COST EFFECTIVE SUPPORT OF THE MISSION THROUGH THE PROPER USE AND MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLY ASSETS AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT?

TO 00-33A-1001, PARAS 12.2., 12.3., and Appendix G

CCO-19

AFMAN 23-110, VOL 2

19.1.

Evaluation Method: Examine work center supply control procedures and bench stock program. Examine DIFM, RSP/supply point, and Custodian Authorization/Custody Receipt Listing Design (CA/CRL) assets. Interview Material Control personnel. DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE REQUIRED TO 00-33A-1001, DIRECTIVES AND TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS PARAS 10.2., 10.3., ARE ON HAND AND PROPERLY MAINTAINED TO and 10.4.2. INCLUDE COMMERCIAL DOCUMENTS? Evaluation Method: Examine work center publication library, to include commercial manuals. DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE FACILITY, SYSTEMS INSTALLATION AND EQUIPMENT RECORDS ARE CURRENT AND AVAILABLE? Evaluation Method: Examine Communications and Information Systems Installation Records (CSIRs) and Equipment historical records/ Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS).

19.2.

TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 7.4.; and TO 00-20-1, Chapter 11

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 CCO-20 DOES THE WORK CENTER ENSURE TMDE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES ARE ACCOMPLISHED AND THAT REQUIRED TMDE, SHOP MOCK-UPS AND TEST FIXTURES ARE AVAILABLE AND PROPERLY MAINTAINED? Evaluation Method: Examine TMDE Master ID list. Examine test equipment. Interview unit TMDE coordinator. Telephone Systems Management CCO-21 # DOES THE HOST BASE COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER (CSO), OR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER (ITO) ENSURE VOICE SERVICES MEET STANDARDS? Do base blueprints accurately reflect voice system upgrades, expansions, and modifications to meet mission needs? Does the CSO document and maintain voice systems C&A documentation? Are scheduled inventories of circuit requirements conducted? Is an AF Form 1218, Request for Communications Service, used to establish a Communications Service Authorization (CSA) in areas where a public utility commission requires tariff or regulated services (e.g., central office trunking, business lines, and Foreign Exchange (FX) service)? Are voice systems certified and accredited IAW DODI 8100.3, Department of Defense (DoD) Voice Networks, and DoDI 5200.40, DOD Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP)? Are voice systems security programs procedures established? Are leased services inventoried annually; discrepancies reconciled; and the amount and type of service verified against the CSA? (Evaluation method: Review documentation of annually inventory and CSA.) AFI 33-111, PARA 9.1. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 9.3.

21

21.1. # 21.2. # 21.3. # 21.4. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.1.1. AFI 33-111, PARA 9.1.3. AFI 33-111, PARA A2.1.1. AFI 33-111, PARA A2.1.2.

21.5. #

AFI 33-111, PARAS 9.1.3., and A2.1.6.

21.6. # 21.7. #

AFI 33-111, PARA A2.1.7. AFI 33-111, PARA 9.3.

22 21.8. #

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 Is there a master list of numbers and locations of coinoperated and coinless (calling card) telephones, as well as official cellular telephones leased by the base? (Evaluation method: Review master list.) Has local policy been established and guidance been provided to TCOs? (Evaluation method: Review policy and guidance.) HAS THE BASE CSO SET UP POSITIVE CONTROLS TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED TELEPHONE SWITCHING SYSTEM SOFTWARE MODIFICATIONS? (EVALUATION METHOD: REVIEW PROCEDURES.) HAS THE BASE CSO OR DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE COMPILED A CIRCUIT RESTORATION PRIORITY LIST AND UPDATED IT ANNUALLY? (EVALUATION METHOD: REVIEW LIST.) Has the base CSO established procedures to restore telephone service promptly? (Evaluation method: Review procedures.) Does the base CSO monitor construction activity to protect government-owned or commercially- leased communications and information cables (aerial and buried) during excavation or construction and ensure digging permits are reviewed and processed prior to any excavation work? AFI 33-111, PARA 9.8.

21.9. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.9.1.

21.10. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.11.1.

21.11. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.11.2.

21.12. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.11.3.

21.13. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 9.12.1.

21.14. #

21.15. #

(Evaluation method: Review procedures.) Does the CSO or a designated representative certify the AFI 33-111, PARA accuracy of the monthly telephone or commercial 9.6., and Section F communications services bill before sending it to the base Financial Services Office (FSO) for payment? Are telephone bills and invoices stamped upon receipt, AFI 33-111, Section F separated and verified as required before submitting certification document to financial activity? (Evaluation method: Review process to ensure compliance.)

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 21.16. # Does the CSO or designated representative improve DSN efficiencies by conducting a revalidation of all dedicated precedence circuits using CJCSI 6215.01B and discontinuing any precedence circuits no longer justified? ARE BASE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMANDERS AND TENANT UNITS APPOINTING PRIMARY AND ALTERNATE TCOs? Does the wing commander designate only those personnel or positions requiring immediate communications response for command and control to have an official telephone in personal quarters? (Evaluation method: Evaluate using Voice System Security Checklist.) ARE NEW MAJOR REQUIREMENTS TO THE BASE TELEPHONE SYSTEM PROCESSED AND APPROVED THROUGH THE MAJCOM TELEPHONE OFFICE AND THE OFFICIAL TELEPHONE LOGISTICAL SUPPORT OFFICE, INTEGRATED DIGITAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS (IDTS) AT HILL AFB, UTAH? Has the Wing implemented the Telephone Systems Security Program and ensured it is included in the Wing Information Protection Assessment and Assistance Program? AFI 33-111, PARA 9.11.6.

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CCO-22 % 22.1. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 10.1. AFI 33-111, PARA 16.1. US Comptroller Decisions B-199793, and B-223837

CCO-23 #

AFI 33-111, PARA 8.4.1.

23.1. #

AFI 33-111, PARA 42.

(Evaluation method: Evaluate the security program using the Telephone System Security Checklist Minimum Security Policy Implementation.) Personal Wireless Communications Systems (PWCS) Management CCO-24 IS THE PWCS PROGRAM PROPERLY MANAGED? Does the base communications and information systems officer (CSO) perform the duties specified in AFI 33-106 Para 4.6.? Does the wing/base PWCS manager perform the duties specified in AFI 33-106 Para 4.7.? DoDD 8100.2, PARA 4., and AFI 33-106, PARA 4. AFI 33-106, PARA 4.6. AFI 33-106, PARA 4.7.

24.1. # 24.2. #

24 24.3. #

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 IS THE ASSET INVENTORY MANAGEMENT (AIM) SOFTWARE BEING USED TO TRACK AND REPORT PWCS ASSETS? (THE TRACKING AND REPORTING SYSTEM (TRS) SOFTWARE WILL ONLY BE USED BY THOSE BASES AWAITING MIGRATION TO AIM) Are Cellular Telephones (CT), Personal Communication Service (PCS), and Enhanced Specialized Mobile Radios (ESMR) properly managed? Are Family Radio Service (FRS) and intra-squad radios properly managed? ARE WIRELESS PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS (PDA) PROPERLY MANAGED? DO USING ORGANIZATIONS PROPERLY MANAGE THEIR PWCS ASSETS? IS CELLULAR TELEPHONE SERVICE PROPERLY MANAGED? Spectrum Management AFI 33-106, PARA 4.8.

24.4.

AFI 33-106, PARA 4.9. AFI 33-106, PARA 4.10. DoDD 8100.2, PARA 4. AFI 33-106, PARA 4.12. AFI 33-111, PARA 26.; and AFI 33-106, Section B, PARA 4.

24.5. 24.6. 24.7. 24.8.

CCO-25 #

%

25.1. #

25.2. #

DO INSTALLATION SPECTRUM MANAGERS (ISM) SUPPORT ALL FREQUENCY REQUIREMENTS? Does the communications squadron/flight commander appoint, in writing, a primary and alternate ISM and forward a copy to the parent MAJCOM spectrum management office? DOES THE ISM MAINTAIN CURRENT

AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.4.1. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.5.2.

FREQUENCY MANAGEMENT RECORDS OF ALL FREQUENCIES ASSIGNED TO THE INSTALLATION AND OUTLYING ACTIVITIES HOSTED BY THE INSTALLATION; AND PROVIDE ALL USING ACTIVITIES WITH A FREQUENCY SITE LICENSE?

Does the ISM, in coordination with the using activity point of contact, conduct a complete review of an assigned frequency a minimum of 90 days before the review date and submit the appropriate review action? HAS THE ISM VERIFIED, WITH THE USER, THAT RADIO FREQUENCY EQUIPMENT OPERATES IAW PARAMETERS OF FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENT? Do using activities provide, in writing, POCs for frequency matters to the ISM? Do unit frequency POCs request and receive authorizations through the ISM before transmitting?

AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.5.2.

25.3. #

AFI 33-118, PARA 3.9.

25.4. # 25.5. # 25.6. #

AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.5.6. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.6.9. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.6.2.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 25.7. # 25.8. # 25.9. # DO UNIT FREQUENCY POCS MAINTAIN A VALID RADIO FREQUENCY AAUTHORIZATION (RFA) FOR EACH OF THEIR FREQUENCIES? Does the ISM review installation Operations Plans and communications requirements documents; and obtain frequency support through command channels? DOES THE USING ORGANIZATION ENSURE THAT APPROPRIATE SPECTRUM SUPPORTABILTY REQUIREMENTS ARE OBTAINED PRIOR TO PURCHASING ANY RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) EQUIPMENT OR ENTERING INTO ANY CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS? Network Control Center CCO-26 # 26.1. # DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON OVERSEE NETWORK OPERATIONS? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON IMPLEMENT TIME COMPLIANCE NETWORK ORDERS (TCNO) AS DIRECTED BY THE I-NOSC? (Evaluation method: Have communications squadron personnel log onto I-NOSC West Dashboard and show inspectors reported status. Where possible, conduct spot check on completed TCNOs. Inspectors may also be able to coordinate a system management system (SMS) data pull from the 561 NOS, Det 1 before or during inspection.) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON DRAFT SITUATION REPORTS (SITREP)? (Evaluation method: Review previous SITREP documents for compliance with AFI 10-206, SITREP Reporting Procedures, and AFI10-206 PACAFSUP.) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON DRAFT OPERATIONAL EVENT/INCIDENT REPORT-3 (OPREP-3) REPORTS? (Evaluation method: Review previous SITREP documents for compliance with AFI 10-206 and AFI10206 PACAFSUP.) AFI 33-115 VOL 1, SECTION 4.5. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.1. AFI 33-138, SECTION 3F. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.6.3. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.5.6. AFI 33-118, PARA 1.5.6.1.

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26.2. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.2.

26.3. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.2.

26 26.4. #

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON AFI 33-115 VOL 1, MONITOR AND PROVIDE STATUS OF THE PARA 4.5.4.5. FOLLOWING SYSTEMS TO THE I-NOSC AT INTERVALS NO GREATER THAN EVERY 12 HOURS: NIPRNET, SIPRNET, DSN, ATCALS, ASIM, WEATHER, AMHS AND GCCS? (Evaluation method: Contact 13 AF M/ACCC for latest status update on specified systems. Ensure no more than 12 hours has passed since last update. Conduct spot check on systems to ensure status is reported accurately.) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON PROVIDE AND SUPPORT A CORE SET OF OFFICE AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS? (i.e., OFFICE 2007)?

26.5. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.4.

1. (Evaluation method: Ensure communications squadron is installing latest Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC) image to desktop/laptop computers.) 26.6. DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON # ENSURE SOFTWARE PATCHES AND SECURITY FIXES ARE IMPLEMENTED AS REQUIRED BY HIGHER HEADQUARTERS AUTHORITIES? 26.7. DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON # ENSURE THAT EVENTS NOT PREVIOUSLY DETECTED BY THE I-NOSC OR AIR FORCE NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTER (AFNOC) ARE REPORTED? 26.8. DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON # PERFORM FAULT MANAGEMENT FOR THE LOCAL BASE NETWORK? 26.9. Does the communications squadron dispatch technicians # from applicable work centers to test, troubleshoot, and restore service to customers? 26.10. Has the communications squadron established a trouble# call process to track fault management? 26.11. Does the communications squadron familiarize and guide # Functional System Administrators (FSAs) and Client Systems Technicians (CSTs) on local network operations and procedures? CCO-27 DOES NETWORK ADMINISTRATION PERFORM # THE SPECIFIED FUNCTIONS?

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.5.

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.6.

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.11. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.11.1. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.11.3. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.45.21.4. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 27.1. # DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON MANAGE THE INTERNAL BASE DNS IF NOT CENTRALLY MANAGED BY THE THEATER INOSC (NOW KNOWN AS THE ENTERPRISE SERVICE UNIT (ESU))? Does the communications squadron comply with HQ AFNIC/ECSO standards on Active Directory naming conventions? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON USE DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCAL (DHCP) TO MANAGE THE INTERNET PROTOCAL (IP) ADDRESS SPACE? Is DHCP configured with 30-day reservations for noncritical workstations unless more than 80% of IP space is used? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT ALL CLIENT DEVICES USING THE BASE WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE MEET THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT ALL WIRELESS CLIENT DEVICES RUN AIR FORCE-APPROVED ANTI-VIRUS SOFTWARE? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT ALL WIRELESS CLIENT DEVICES USE VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK (VPN) CLIENT SOFTWARE TO ACCESS THE NETWORK? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT WIRELESS CLIENT DEVICES ARE NOT CONFIGURED TO ALLOW AD HOC OR PEERTO-PEER WIRELESS NETWORKING? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT SYSTEMS DO NOT CONTAIN SIMULTANEOUS WIRED AND WIRELESS ABILITY? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT PASSWORDS AND SENSITIVE INFORMATION ARE NOT TRANSMITTED USING UNENCRYPTED WIRELESS? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON BACKUP SERVERS ON A DAILY BASIS? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON PERFORM A QUARTERLY RECOVERY PROCEDURE TEST? AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.8.

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27.2. # 27.3. #

MPTO 00-33D-2001

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.9.

27.4. # 27.5. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.9.1. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.2.

27.6. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.5.

27.7. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.6.

27.8. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.7.

27.9. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.8.

27.10. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.10.6.9.

27.11. # 27.12. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.8. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.8.

28 27.13. #

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON MANAGE SOFTWARE LICENSES FOR BASE NETWORK SOFTWARE? (This does not include software controlled under the Enterprise software agreement controlled by HQ PACAF/A6.) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT ALL USERS ARE NOTIFIED OF MONITORING CAPABILITIES IAW WITH TELECOMMUNICATIONS MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (TMAP)? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON (OR 561 NOS, DET 1) PHYSICALLY OR REMOTELY MANAGE ALL SERVERS? (EXAMPLES: E-MAIL, FILE, INTERNAL WEB AND PRINT) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON (OR INOSC) REMOTELY MANAGE DESKTOP SERVICES? DOES NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ENSURE ACCOUNT NAMING CONVENTIONS COMPLY WITH STANDARDS? Technical Orders IS A TECHNICAL ORDER DISTRIBUTION OFFICE (TODO) ESTABLISHED FOR UNITS USING TECHNICAL ORDERS (TOs)? Does the Technical Order Distribution Office/Technical Order Distribution Account (TODO/TODA) meet all applicable items listed in the "TODO, TODA and Library Custodian Checklist"? DO TODO PERSONNEL USE ETIMS TO ORDER TOs FOR ORGANIZATIONAL TO LIBRARIES TO SUPPORT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES? DOES THE TODO USE ETIMS TO ESTABLISH SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR EACH TO REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE UNIT MISSION, ON BEHALF OF THEIR TODAS AND LIBRARY USERS? DOES THE TODO/TODA HAVE TCTO SERIES ON REQUIREMENT FOR ALL SUPPORT ASSIGNED OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES? AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.18.

27.14. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.45.5.

27.15. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.45.21.1.

27.16. # 27.17. #

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.5.4.11.45.21.3. AFI 33-119, PARA 5.

CCO-28

28.1.

TO 00-5-1, PARA 4.2.; and TO 00-33A1001, PARA 2.4.1. TO 00-5-1, TABLE 4.1.

CCO-29

TO 00-5-1, PARA 6.1.

29.1.

TO 00-5-1, PARA 6.2.1.

29.2.

TO 00-5-1, PARA 6.2.1.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 29.3. Are Classified TOs filed in accordance with DOD 5200.1R, Information Security Program, and AFI 31-401, Managing the Information Security Program? Are units/users of TOs familiar with disposal of TOs and forms? Are annual inventories identified with documentation for TOs inventoried, date performed and the name of the responsible individual IAW locally developed procedures? Are all documentation records retained for two years? ARE TCTO SUPPORT ACTIONS ACCOMPLISHED WITH THE COMMUNICATIONS FOCAL POINT? ARE TCTOs COMPLETED WITHIN THEIR COMPLIANCE PERIOD? Is TCTO IMDS documentation completed and all entries entered into the applicable historical record? Are TCTOs complied with according to TO 00-5-1, Air Force Time Compliance Technical Order Process? DOES THE TODO/TODA PERFORM THE LIBRARY INVENTORY USING AN ETIMS "MASTER TO REPORT" LISTING? Does the TODO/TODA verify TOs on subscription that are still required and the subscription quantities are correct in the Joint Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support (System) (JCALS) Technical Manual (TM) account associated with their ETIMS accounts? Does the TODO/TODA who received an Account Reconciliation Report (ARR) notification select the ARR awaiting its review? Network Operations Support DO COMMUNICATIONS UNITS ADMINISTER COMMON CORE NETWORK TRAINING TO AF MILITARY AND CIVILIAN NETWORK PROFESSIONALS ASSIGNED TO THEIR INSTALLATIONS WHETHER HOST OR TENANT? Do CSAs assist network users in getting the necessary training to meet licensing requirements? DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON ENSURE THAT ALL NETWORK USERS, INCLUDING CONTRACTORS, HAVE A FAVORABLE BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, AND ARE TRAINED AND LICENSED? TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.5.1. TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.10. TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.8.2.3.1.

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29.4. 29.5.

CCO-30

TO 00-5-1, PARA 2.8.5. TO 00-5-1, PARA 7.5. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 17.2.1f. TO 00-33A-1001, PARA 3.8.1.b. TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.8.2.3.1. TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.8.2.1.

30.1. 30.2. 30.3. 30.4.

30.5.

30.6.

TO 00-5-1, PARA 5.8.2.1.

CCO-31

AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARA 4.6.

31.1. 31.2.

AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARA 5.1. AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARAS 5.1., 5.2., and 5.3.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DO UNITS ENSURE THAT CONTRACTED NETWORK PROFESSIONALS MAINTAIN APPLICABLE JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARDS (JQSs) AND MEET THE SKILL SET AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS CONSISTENT WITH AIR FORCE MILITARY AND CIVILIAN NETWORK PROFESSIONALS? (Evaluation method: Examine Training Business Area (TBA) Individual Training Plans (ITPs) to ensure all contracted network professionals training is accurately documented in TBA.) Content Management AFI 33-115V2, PARA 4.5.

CCO-32

32.1. #

32.2. 32.3.

32.4. # 32.5. # 32.6.

HAVE PROCEDURES BEEN IMPLEMENTED FOR ACCESSING INFORMATION AND ESTABLISHING, REVIEWING, POSTING, AND MAINTAINING GOVERNMENT INFORMATION ON THE INTERNET IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESTABLISHED GUIDANCE? Does the web page maintainer ensure that the Webmaster or Air Force Portal Content Publisher's organization, office symbol, commercial phone number, and Defense Switched Network (DSN) phone number is only on the top level page? Has the web page maintainer ensured the "date last reviewed" is at least every 180 days? Has MAJCOM, FOA, DRU established procedures for creation, maintenance, and review of command-wide Air Force Portal pages, including appointing a MAJCOM/FOA/DRU content manager? Has the Wing Commander appointed a wing, base-level or equivalent Content Manager to oversee all organizational pages on the Air Force Portal? Has the Wing Commander published local policy guidance for Air Force Portal Content Management and publishing? Has the Unit Commander appointed, in writing, Air Force Portal Content Managers and Content Publishers? Are Unit Content Managers and Content Publishers Information Managers (AFSC 3D0X1 or civilian equivalent to the maximum extent possible)?

AFI 33-129

AFI 33-129, PARA 6.1.1.1.

AFI 33-129, PARAS 6.1.1.3., and 6.2.1.4. AFI 33-129, PARA 3.7.2.

AFI 33-129, PARA 3.8.4. AFI 33-129, PARAS 3.8.1., and 3.8.2. AFI 33-129, PARAS 3.10.5.1., and 3.10.5.2.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 32.7. ARE UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURES OR SOLICITATIONS OF INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE PLANNED OR PRESENT PURCHASE/ACQUISITION OF SUPPLIES OR SERVICES PREVENTED FROM BEING POSTED ON THE LIMITED OR PUBLIC ACCESS WEB SITE? (Evaluation method: Examine a sample of web sites.) DOES THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON HOST A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY REVIEW BOARD TO CONDUCT AN ANNUAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC WEB SITES UNDER BASE CONTROL (WING COMMANDER ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE)? (Evaluation method: Verify that the process is used; examine documentation from the review board.) ARE REVIEWS BY PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONDUCTED FOR ALL WEB SITES? HAS THE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON WEB ADMINISTRATOR ESTABLISHED PROCEDURES FOR POSTING CONTENT ON THE WEB SERVER(S)? DO INFORMATION PROVIDERS ENSURE OPSEC CRITICAL INFORMATION (CI) IS NOT POSTED TO UNIT WEB SITES? AFI 33-129, PARA 3.9.1.1.; and FEDERAL ACQUISITION REFORM ACT (FARA) SECTION 4304

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32.8.

AFI 33-129, PARA 3.9.1.1.; and AFI 10701, PARA 1.4.16.

32.9. 32.10.

AFI 35-101, PARA 18.4.6.4. AFI 33-129, PARA 3.13.

32.11.

AFI 33-129, PARA 8.1.4.4.

32 32.12.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DO INFORMATION PROVIDERS ENSURE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF INFORMATION ARE NOT PLACED ON PUBLIC ACCESS WEB SITES? (1) CLASSIFIED INFORMATION (2) PRIVACY ACT PROTECTED INFORMATION (3) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO) INFORMATION (4) DOD CONTRACTOR PROPRIETARY INFORMATION (5) SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION (STINFO) (6) UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING (7) UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION AS OUTLINED IN AFI 10-1101, OPERATIONS SECURITY,. THIS INCLUDES SENSITIVE MISSION DATA THAT BY ITSELF IS UNCLASSIFIED, BUT WHEN COMBINED WITH OTHER AVAILABLE DATA, MAY REVEAL CLASSIFIED INFORMATION (8) REFERENCE TO ANY INFORMATION THAT WOULD REVEAL SENSITIVE MOVEMENTS OF MILITARY ASSETS OR THE LOCATION OF UNITS, INSTALLATIONS, OR PERSONNEL (9) PLANS OR LESSONS LEARNED THAT WOULD REVEAL SENSITIVE MILITARY OPERATIONS, EXERCISES, VULNERABILITIES, OR CAPABILITIES AFI 33-129, PARA 8.1.4.

Information Assurance CCO-33 DOES THE INFORMATION ASSURANCE PROGRAM ENSURE AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION, INFORMATION DEPENDENT SYSTEMS, AND THE INFORMATION REQUIRED TO SUPPORT OPERATIONS? ARE NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS ACCREDITED BY THE DESIGNATED APPROVING AUTHORITY (DAA) AND CERTIFIED BY THE LOCAL SITE BEFORE OPEATIONAL USE? Have commanders appointed an individual, in writing, to oversee the organizational information assurance (IA) program? AFPD 33-2, PARA 4.

33.1.

33.2.

AFI 33-210, PARAS 3.1.2.5., 3.7.1., 3.14., and 3.15.; and DODI 8510.01, PARAS 6.7., and 6.8. AFI 33-200, PARA 2.27.; and AFI 33-101, PARA 3.1.1., and 4.1.3.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 33.3. Are procedures in place for information system users to report unauthorized intrusions and virus attacks?

33 AFI 33-200, PARA 2.27.10.; AFSSI 8502, PARAS 2.7.4., 3.10.5., and 3.10.7.; and AFI 33-138, PARAS 2.13., 2.15., 5.2.1., 5.8., and 5.9. AFSSI 8502, PARA 3.27.

33.4.

33.5.

33.6.

HAVE PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO INCLUDE USER AWARENESS TRAINING, LOCAL POLICIES, CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT, AND ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE BEEN IMPLEMENTED TO ADDRESS MALICIOUS LOGIC ATTACKS? DO INFORMATION SYSTEMS OWNERS (ISO) APPOINT IN WRITING AN INFORMATION ASSURANCE MANAGER (IAM) TO MAINTAIN THE IA POSTURE OF THE CIRCUIT-ENCLAVE? ARE BASE-WIDE COMPUTER SECURTIY (COMPUSEC), COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC), AND EMISSION SECURITY (EMSEC) PROGRAM ESTABLISHED AND ADMINISTERED BY THE WING INFORMATION ASSURANCE OFFICE (WIAO)? Long Haul Communications DOES THE UNIT ENSURE FEEDER REQUESTS FOR SERVICE ARE PROPERLY GENERATED? ARE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REQUIREMENTS SUBMITTED WITHIN LEAD-TIMES?

AFI 33-210, PARA 3.8.6.6.1.; and AFFSI 8502, PARA 2.5.5. AFI 33-200, PARA 2.25.

CCO-34 % # 34.1. # CCO-35 % # 35.1. # 35.2. #

AFI 33-116, PARA 2.7. DISAC 310-130-1, TABLES T4-1, T42B, T4-3, and T4-4 AFI 33-116, PARA 3.2.

35.3. #

DOES THE UNIT ENSURE LONG-HAUL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES ARE VALIDATED AND SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT MEETS MISSION NEEDS? DOES THE UNIT ENSURE CIRCUIT HISTORY FILES DISAC 310-70-1, ARE PROPERLY MAINTAINED? CHAP 9; and AFI 33116, PARA 3.3. HAS THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGER AFI 33-116, PARA DISCONTINUED UNNECESSARY SERVICE 3.2.2. IMMEDIATELY WHEN MISSIONS CHANGE, BASES CLOSE, ETC.? DOES THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGER AFI 33-116, PARA ENSURE MAXIMUM USE OF COMMON USER 3.2.3.5. SYSTEMS, SUCH AS NIPRNET AND SIPRNET ACCESS ROUTERS, TO PREVENT DUPLICATION AND CONSERVE COMMUNICATIONS FUNDING?

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGER AFI 33-116 , PARA USE DISA'S WEB SITE TO REVIEW AND 3.2.3. REVALIDATE LONG-HAUL SERVICES THAT ARE DUE R&R AT LEAST MONTHLY, ENSURING CIRCUITS, SERVICE, AND EQUIPMENT ARE STILL REQUIRED TO SUPPORT MISSION NEEDS? Client Support Administrator (CSA) Program ARE APPOINTED CSAs TRAINED AND CERTIFIED BASED ON THE APPLICABLE AF JQS (AFJQS 3DXXX-225D) AND DOD 8570.1-M, INFORMATION ASSURANCE WORKFORCE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, REQUIREMENTS? DO SUPERVISORS MAINTAIN TRAINING RECORDS ON ALL INDIVIDUALS SERVING AS NETWORK PROFESSIONALS, REGARDLESS OF RANK? DOES THE CSA ASSIST NETWORK USERS TO OBTAIN PREREQUISITE TRAINING TO MEET AF NETWORK LICENSING REQUIREMENTS? DOES THE CSA ADMINISTER, TRACK, AND DOCUMENT NETWORK TRAINING FOR USERS IAW AFI 36-2201, VOL 3, AF TRAINING PROGRAM ON THE JOB TRAINING ADMINISTRATION? DOES THE CSA PERFORM DUTIES IAW AFI 33115, VOL 1, NETWORK OPERATINOS (NETOPS), PARA 4.7.? WHEN NEW PERSONNEL ARE IN-PROCESSED DOES THE GAINING CSA CONFIRM WITH THE SECURITY MANAGER THAT THE PROPER BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WAS CONDUCTED AND VERIFY INFORMATION ASSURANCE (IA) TRAINING PRIOR TO GRANTING ACCESS TO THE NETWORK? HAVE UNIT COMMANDERS APPOINTED ALL UNIT CSAs IN WRITING? DO UNIT CSAs ENSURE THE ORGANIZATION DOES NOT USE SHAREWARE OR PUBLIC DOMAIN SOFTWARE UNTIL APPROVED FOR USE BY THE DAA? Does the CSA provide software application assistance for commonly used office automation applications purchased from standard Air Force support contracts? Does the CSA perform initial client workstation diagnostics and troubleshooting of client workstations? AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 3.12.4.

CCO-36

CCO-37

AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARA 6.3.1.1.

37.1.

AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARA 5.1. AFI 33-115 VOL 2, PARA 5.4.

CCO-38

CCO-39

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 5.5.

CCO-40

CCO-41 41.1.

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 3.12.4. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.17.

41.2.

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.4. AFI 33 -115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.5.

41.3.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 41.4. Does the CSA Report security breaches and distribute security information according to AFI 33-138, Enterprise Network Operation Notification and Tracking, and local policies? Does the CSA coordinate support issues with all agencies (e.g., customers, FSA, Communications Squadron, etc.)? Does the CSA notify the unit Equipment Custodian of any hardware relocation and equipment problems? Does the CSA obtain an implementation checklist from the theater I-NOSC, Communications Squadron, or FSA, before installing any equipment? Does the CSA coordinate with the facility manager and the base civil engineer for facility support requirements? Does the CSA validate computer equipment requirements the unit Equipment Custodian submits? Does the CSA assist the unit with client workstation (C&A) processes? Does the CSA implement client workstation software patches, security fixes, and service releases according to local Communications Squadron instructions? Electronic Communications (E-Comm) CCO-42. ARE E-MAIL USERS EDUCATED AND TRAINED ON THE APPROPRIATE USE OF ELECTRONIC MESSAGES (TO INCLUDE EMAIL)? Do organizations request office symbols through their local communications and information staff? Do the local communications and information staff coordinate with the MAJCOM staff before assigning new office symbols? Do the local communications and information staff ensure command unique office symbols do not duplicate standard office symbols? Have personnel been trained on the appropriate use of "FOUO" information and the proper procedures for transmitting "FOUO" information electronically and physically? Are Information Collections and Reports (ICR) Managers reviewing and coordinating on all of their installation publications and forms (new or revised) for Report Control Symbol(s) and/or Public Information Collection? Does the ICR Manager conduct triennial revalidation of all reporting requirements? AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.7.

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41.5. 41.6. 41.7.

AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.8. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.9. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.10. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.11. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.13. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.18. AFI 33-115 VOL 1, PARA 4.7.19.

41.8. 41.9. 41.10. 41.11.

42.1. 42.2.

AFI 33-100, PARA 6.1.; and AFI 33-119, PARA 1.6.4. AFMAN 33-326, PARA 10.6.1. AFMAN 33-326, PARA 10.6.3. AFMAN 33-326, PARA 10.6.3. AFI 33-119, PARA 8.4.2.

42.3.

42.4.

42.5.

AFI 33-324, PARAS 1.3.4.3, and 1.3.4.4.

42.6.

AFI 33-324, PARA 1.3.4.7.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010

Records Management CCO-43 DOES THE BASE RECORDS MANAGER (BRM) PROVIDE GUIDANCE ON ELECTRONIC RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS AND IMPLEMENT MAJCOM/LOCAL PROCEDURES FOR CREATING, TRANSFERRING, STORING, RETRIEVING AND DISPOSING OF ELECTRONIC RECORDS? HAS A BRM BEEN APPOINTED AND IS THE APPROPRIATE FUNCTIONAL FIELD OPERATING AGENCY (FFOA)/COMMAND RECORDS MANAGER (CRM) NOTIFIED? DOES THE BRM USE AFRIMS USED TO TRACK TRAINING, STAFF ASSISTANCE VISITS, ASSOCIATED RECORD PRODUCTS, AND STAGING AREA DATA? DOES THE BRM ENSURE OFFICES OF RECORD RECEIVE A STAFF ASSISTANCE VISIT (SAV) AT LEAST EVERY 24 MONTHS? DOES THE BRM TRAIN ALL PERSONNEL WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF ASSIGNMENT (6 MONTHS FOR ANG PERSONNEL), INCLUDING TENANT ACTIVITIES? DOES THE BRM MAINTAIN CUSTODY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF STAGED RECORDS, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR RECORDS TRANSFERRED TO OTHER AGENCIES OR FEDERAL RECORDS CENTERS (FRCs) BY MAINTAINING COPIES OF THE STANDARD FORMS (SF) 135, RECORDS TRANSMITTAL AND RECEIPT? Does the BRM review base/wing directives and forms/Information Management Tools (IMTs) before publication to ensure compliance with records management directives? Does BRM training cover command-unique or local operating procedures or requirements, particularly where electronic storage processes are implemented? Does the BRM notify supervisors of local RM training completion? Does the BRM manage a staging area for temporary storage of records pending destruction or transfer to a FRC, including centralized storage of electronically stored inactive records? AFI 33-322, PARA 6.1.3.

43.1.

AFI 33-322, PARA 6.1.3.

43.2.

AFMAN 33-363, PARA 2.1.

43.3.

AFI 33-322, PARA 6.1.11. AFI 33-322, PARA 6.3.1. AFI 33-322, PARA 6.2.3.

43.4.

CCO-44

44.1.

AFI 33-322, PARA 6.1.8.

44.2.

AFI 33-322, PARA 6.3.2. AFI 33-322, PARA 6.3.4. AFI 33-322, PARA 6.2.1.

44.3. 44.4.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 44.5. Does the BRM ensure records stored in the staging area are disposed of or transferred to a FRC at the appropriate time? Is the staging area weather tight, have adequate light, heat, ventilation, insect/rodent free, and meet National Archives and Records Administrations records storage facility standards? Does the BRM coordinate on support agreements, contracts, and performance work statements? DOES THE INSTALLATION'S DISASTER PLAN INCLUDE A DESCRIPTION OF HOW VITAL RECORDS ARE PROTECTED AND RECOVERED DURING ANY DISASTER? Are procedures in place to manage and track AF-directed Non-Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) records searches to include electronically stored information (ESI)? Does the BRM up-channel search results, to include a list of searchers, time used for search, documents found, and/or a negative reply, to the FFOA/CRM? HAS A FUNCTIONAL AREA RECORDS MANAGER (FARM) BEEN APPOINTED AT EACH UNIT, PRINCIPAL STAFF OFFICE WITHIN AN AIR FORCE ORGANIZATION, OR CONTRACTOR UNIT? Does the FARM use Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) to track appointments, training, staff assistance visits (SAVs), and staging area data? DOES THE FARM ENSURE EACH OFFICE OF RECORD RECEIVES A SAV AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 24 MONTHS? DOES THE FARM FOLLOW-UP WITH THE CHIEF OF THE OFFICE OF RECORD (COR) ON CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR DISCREPANCIES NOTED DURING VISITS? Does the FARM ensure offices of record promptly retire eligible records and maintain accountability of such records? HAS THE CHIEF OF THE OFFICE OF RECORD (COR) APPOINTED A RECORDS CUSTODIAN (RC)? DOES THE RC MAINTAIN THE OFFICE FILE PLAN AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ACTIVE AND INACTIVE RECORDS?

37 AFI 33-364, PARAS 9.9 through 9.9.2.3. AFI 33-364, PARA 9.5.

44.6.

44.7. 44.8.

AFI 33-322, PARA 10. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.8.

44.9.

AFI 33-363, ATCH 4. and ATCH 6.

44.10.

44.11.

AFMAN 33-363, ATCH 6, PARA A6.4.6.? AFMAN 33-322, PARA 7.

44.12.

AFMAN 33-363, PARA 2.1.

44.13.

AFI 33-322, PARA 7.4. AFI 33-322, PARA 7.4.

44.14.

44.15.

AFI 33-322, PARA 7.5. AFI 33-322, PARA 8.4. AFI 33-322, PARA 9.1.

CCO-45

CCO-46

38 CCO-47

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE RC ENSURE ELIGIBLE RECORDS ARE PROMPTLY AND PROPERLY PREPARED TO RETIRE OR TRANSFER? HAS THE RC/COR RECEIVED RM TRAINING? AFI 33-322, PARA 9.2. AFI 33-322, PARA 8.5.; and AFMAN 33363, PARA 6.1.1.2.6.1. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 2.2.1. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.1.1.4.5.3.

CCO-48

CCO-49 49.1.

49.2. 49.3. 49.4.

49.5.

CCO-50

50.1.

50.2.

50.3. 50.4. 50.5.

DOES EACH OFFICE OF RECORD HAVE AN APPROVED FILE PLAN? Does the COR review and sign the files plan to indicate approval of record categories, validation of vital record identification, and disposition and folder access for erecords? If applicable, is a vital records plan developed to protect records in the event of a disaster? Is the cutoff year (calendar or fiscal) placed on folder labels for records on an annual basis? Are disposition guide cards and AFRIMS-generated disposition control labels prepared for each record series on a file plan for both active and inactive files? Are files reviewed at least annually, cutoff according to the records distribution schedule, and are active records separated from the inactive? ARE OFFICIAL ELECTRONIC RECORDS SET UP AND FILED ACCORDING TO THE LATEST VERSION OF THE AF ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT SOLUTION? DO BRMs/FARMs/RCs HAVE ACCESS TO ALL DIRECTORIES AND SHARED DRIVES UNDER THEIR PURVIEW TO ENSURE FINAL AND DRAFT E-RECORDS ARE MAINTAINED ACCORDING TO ERM POLICIES? Is access restricted on electronic folders containing sensitive and Privacy Act data using controlled password and/or group permissions Is electronic folder access assigned to groups or individuals rather than documents? Are the AFRIMS file plan dispositions and folder titles replicated on the ERM shared drive? Are vital e-records marked with a "V" or the word Vital after the folder title? Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act

AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.8. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 3.7.4. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 3.7.1. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 4.4. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.1.1.4.9., and 6.22.; and AFI 33364, PARA 1.2. AF ERM Solution, PARA 4.12.5., and A3.7.

AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.1.1.4.6.2. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.1.1.4.2.5. AFMAN 33-363, PARA 6.1.1.4.6.1. AF ERM Solution, PARA 4.2.13.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 CCO-51 ARE FOIA REQUESTS COMPLETED WITHIN 20 WORKING DAYS? IF NOT, IS THE REQUESTER NOTIFIED OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES PREVENTING THE COMPLETION OF THE REQUEST WITHIN THE 20 WORKING DAY TIME LIMIT? DOES THE FOIA MANAGER CONTROL AND PROCESS FOIA REQUESTS? Does the FOIA Manager coordinate the release or denial of records requested under FOIA with offices of collateral responsibility (OCR)/FOIA offices? Do the documents maintained in a FOIA case file consist of the initial request; tasking to OPRs; OPR's reply; memoranda of records, DD Form 2086, Record of Freedom of Information (FOI) Processing Cost, or DD Form 2086-1, Record of Freedom of Information (FOI) Processing Cost for Technical Data, final response, extension letters, legal opinions, and other related correspondence? Does the FOIA Manager collect fees, when applicable? DoD 5400.7, PARA C1.5.4.

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51.1. 51.2.

DoD 5400.7-R\AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.3.7.1.1. DoD 5400.7-R\AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.3.6.1. DoDR 5400.7/AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.12.

51.3.

51.4.

51.5. CCO-52 CCO-53 #

CCO-54

54.1.

54.2.

Is there a reading room for public inspection and copying of FOIA records? DO AF ATTORNEYS REVIEW FOIA PACKAGES FOR LEGAL SUFFICIENCY? ARE FOIA RECORDS THAT WERE FULLY RELEASED MAINTAINED FOR 2 YEARS AND ARE DENIED RECORDS MAINTAINED FOR 6 YEARS? DOES THE BASE/SYSTEM MANAGER PROVIDE GUIDANCE AND TRAINING TO UNITS/FUNCTIONAL/USERS ON PA REQUIREMENTS, AS REQUIRED? Does the commander ensure all personnel are trained annually in the principles and requirements of the Privacy Act? If applicable, does the base-wide recycling program contract contain a clause requiring the contractor to safeguard privacy material until its destruction and to pulp, macerate, shred, or otherwise completely destroy the records?

DoDR 5400.7/AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.3.7.1.13. DoD 5400.7-R/AF Sup 1, PARA C2.1.1.1. DoD 5400.7R/AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.3.4. DoD 5400R/AF Sup 1, PARA C1.5.12.

AFI 33-332, PARAS 1.6.10.1., and 1.6.11.2.

AFI 33-332, PARA 13.1. AFI 33-332, PARA 10.3.3.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 AFI 33-332, PARAS 10.3.1., and 10.3.2.

CCO-55 IS PRIVACY ACT MATERIAL PROPERLY

DESTROYED BY ANY METHOD THAT PREVENTS COMPROMISE, SUCH AS TEARING, BURNING, OR SHREDDING, SO LONG AS THE PERSONAL DATA IS NOT RECOGNIZABLE AND BEYOND RECONSTRUCTION AND ARE MAGNETIC TAPES OR OTHER MAGNETIC MEDIUM DEGAUSSED OR OVERWRITTEN? When transmitting personal information over e-mail, is "FOUO" added to the beginning of the subject line, followed by the subject, and is the following statement at the beginning of the e-mail: "This e-mail contains FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO) information which must be protected under the Privacy Act and AFI 33-332."? ARE E-MAILS ENCRYPTED WHEN THEY CONTAIN FOUO AND PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION? DOES THE BASE PRIVACY ACT OFFICER REVIEW PUBLICATIONS AND FORMS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH AFI 33-332, PRIVACY ACT PROGRAM? Before including personal information on a social roster such as spouses name, home address and phone numbers and similar information, are signed consent statements maintained? Publications and Forms Management HAS THE MAJCOM/FOA/DRU/WING/BASE SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION MANAGER APPOINTED A PUBLICATION/FORMS MANAGER TO ADMINISTER THE ORGANIZATION'S PUBLICATIONS/FORMS PROGRAM? Has the OPR completed all technical, functional, and mandatory coordination for publications/forms? Do approving officials approve publications within their functional area by signing block 22 of AF Form 673, Air Force Publication/Form Action Request? Are the "ACCESSIBILITY" and "RELEASABILITY" statements contained on the first page of the publication? Has the compliance statement, "COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY," been placed on all instructions, manuals, and supplements if the publication is directive?

55.1.

AFI 33-332, PARA 7.3.

CCO-56

AFI 33-119, PARA 8.4.2. AFI 33-332, PARA 1.6.10.3.

CCO-57

57.1.

AFI 33-332, PARA 12.1.1.

CCO-59

AFI 33-360, PARA 1.2.3.

59.1. 59.2.

AFI 33-360, TABLES 2.3., and 3.2. AFI 33-360, PARA 1.2.7.1.2. AFI 33-360, PARAS 2.12.5.2.7., and 2.12.5.2.8. AFI 33-360, PARA 2.12.5.2.6.

59.3.

59.4.

PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 59.5. Do publications that provide for, or require collection or maintenance of personal information in a PA system of record, and are retrieved by a personal identifier contain a Privacy Act Warning Statement? Has the certifier referenced in the publication signed block 19 of AF Form 673, Air Force Publication/Form Action Request? ARE PUBLICATIONS (AND ANY FORM(S) THEY PRESCRIBE) REVIEWED EVERY 2 YEARS (IN THEIR ANNIVERSARY MONTH) AND DOCUMENTED USING AF FORM 673, Air Force Publication/Form Action Request? If a publication requires changes, does the publication OPR submit an Administrative Change (AC), Interim Change (IC), or a rewrite within 180 days of the date listed on the AF Form 673, Air Force Publication/Form Action Request? When a Higher Headquarters publication is updated, is the implementing publication rewritten/updated/certified as current within 180 days? DOES EACH RECORD SET CONTAIN THE ORIGINAL AF FORM 673, AIR FORCE PUBLICATION/FORM ACTION REQUEST, A COPY OF ALL PUBLISHED VERSIONS OF THE PUBLICATION AND ANY PRESCRIBED FORM(S), ALL DOCUMENTS SHOWING COORDINATION, COMMENTS, AND ACTIONS, A COPY OF EACH AF 673 USED FOR BIENNIAL REVIEWS, AND ANY ADDITIONAL PROCESSING FORMS? Are obsolete publications/forms listed in the product index? ARE PRESCRIBED FORMS IDENTIFIED IN A PUBLICATION? Are field guidance memorandums converted to or incorporated into a field publication within 180 days after the date of the memorandum? DOES THE ORGANIZATION ENSURE FORMS ARE COMPLETE, ACCURATE, CURRENT, AND ACCESSIBLE TO USERS? ARE PRESCRIBED/ADOPTED FORMS LISTED IN THE LAST TWO PARAGRAPHS OF THE PUBLICATION? AFI 33-360, PARA 2.17.4.

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59.6.

AFI 33-360, PARA 2.18.2.6. AFI 33-360, PARA 2.22.3.

59.7.

59.8.

AFI 33-360, PARA 2.22.3.2.

59.9.

AFI 33-360, PARA 2.24.1. AFI 33-360, PARAS 2.31.4.2., through 2.31.4.7.

59.10.

59.11. 59.12. 59.13.

59.14.

AFI 33-360, PARAS 2.29.2.4, and 3.13. AFI 33-360, PARA 3.5.5. AFI 33-360, TABLE 2.1, Item 6, and PARA 2.12.5.2.13.2. AFI 33-360, PARA 1.1. AFI 33-360, PARA 3.5.5.

59.15.

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PACAFDIR90-212 1 APRIL 2010 DOES THE FORMS RECORD SET CONTAIN A COPY OF THE AF FORM 673, AIR FORCE PUBLICATION/FORM ACTION REQUEST, A COPY OF THE PUBLISHED VERSION OF THE PRESCRIBING PUBLICATION AND FORM, ALL DOCUMENTS THAT SHOW COORDINATION, COMMENTS, AND OTHER ACTIONS, A COPY OF THE AF FORM 673 USED DURING EACH 2-YEAR REVIEW, ANY ADDITIONAL FORMS REQUIRED TO PROCESS THE FORM OR GRANT WAIVERS? DO FORMS THAT COLLECT PERSONAL DATA, (FOR INCLUSION IN A PRIVACY ACT SYSTEM OF RECORDS), AND FORMS THAT REQUEST THE INDIVIDUAL'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) CONTAIN A PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT? Are drafts of new forms circulated with the prescribing publication for coordination and are all adopted and prescribed forms listed in block 11 of the AF 673, Air Force Publication/Form Action Request? Are forms identified as obsolete when another form supersedes it, when the OPR rescinds it, or when the prescribing publication is rescinded? AFI 33-360, PARA 3.14.3.2. through 3.14.3.7.

59.17.

AFI 33-360, PARA 3.10.1.

59.18.

AFI 33-360, PARA 3.11.1., and 3.11.1.1.

59.19.

AFI 33-360, PARA 3.13.

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