Trump and his Administration are creating a new drone Integration Pilot Program that will accelerate drone integration into the national airspace system. Under this pilot program, the Department of Transportation DOT will enter into agreements with State, local, and tribal governments to establish innovation zones for testing complex UAS operations and to attempt different models for integrating drones into local airspace. Using existing Federal authorities, the program will accelerate testing of currently restricted UAS operations — such as beyond-visual-line-of-sight flights and flights over people. This program will open the skies for the delivery of life-saving medicines and commercial packages, inspections of critical infrastructure, support for emergency management operations, and surveys of crops for precision agriculture applications.
Use of Legacy Operating Systems In light of the recent end of life for Windows XP, can DSS provide their position on continued use of operating systems which are no longer supported by the vendor, making them legacy operating systems? DSS, in addressing this question regarding the use of Windows XP, provides the following updated guidance: Contractors will identify their plans in the remarks section of the IS Tracking Form.
It is understood the number of workstations may vary System briefing fulfillment of the contract and the contractor may elect to add workstations to an existing system when there is a RAL or contractual requirement to do so; however, when additional growth in the program occurs e.
Since there is no real vendor, how do we determine when it is no longer supported? Are we going to have a list of "legacy" operating systems to share with industry? Each instance will be considered on a case by case basis and no "list" will be maintained by DSS.
Also, will a POAM be required if the systems are contractually required? The NISPOM defines a document as "Any recorded information, regardless of the nature of the medium or the method or circumstances of recording.
When documents are in electronic form and stored on another medium e.
Any such report of loss must identify each individual document and item when a loss occurs. When multiple items are placed on the same medium, each having their own control number, they must be accounted for separately.
Information Security Is the contractor required to re-mark classified material received from any source that is improperly marked?
The contractor is required to ensure that documents they prepare, and the documents prepared by their subcontractor, to meet the performance requirements of a contract are properly marked. Where can I find information on marking and derivative classification? CDSE courseware on derivative classification can be found at: This course has a separate exam the cleared contractor must pass in order to receive credit for this course.
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