8. Community Functional Lead for Cryptology (CFLC) - Director,
National Security Agency (NSA)/Chief Central Security Service (CSS),
a. As the executive agent for approving and enforcing tactical
SIGINT architectures and standards, approve all SIGINT investment programs
and provide standards compliance and interoperability assessment reports to
assist MDAs in production decisions.
b. Ensure that DOD cryptologic/cryptographic programs and US
Signals Intelligence Directives (USSIDs) comply with interoperability and
supportability policy (e.g., DCID 6/1 and 6/3).
c. Ensure IA and IA-enabled products comply with National
Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Policy 11
d. Ensure, in coordination with other DOD components, that
requirements for cryptologic/cryptographic systems interoperability are
satisfied through the design and development of technical, procedural, and
operational interfaces between IT and NSS systems and those intelligence
systems processing foreign intelligence and foreign counterintelligence
e. Perform CM for cryptologic systems; perform CM jointly with
DISA for the interface between cryptologic systems and IT and NSS
f. Provide information assurance guidance and assistance to the
development of information technology architectures, incorporation of
information assurance related standards in the DOD Information Technology
Standards Registry (DISR), and in certification and accreditation
g. Designate document assessor POCs for the J-6 Assessment Tool
(Enclosure J). Each organization will
have one primary and one alternate document assessor POC. The document
assessor is responsible for the following:
(1) Identify the individuals within the organization who should
review each document being assessed on the tool.
(2) Assist each document reviewer in obtaining a username and
password for a read only user account for the J-6 Assessment Tool.
(3) Staff the document internally to the document reviewers
within the organization.
(4) Submit a consolidated reviewer comment matrix in the proper
format to the J-6 Assessment