PRACTICAL SCIF/SAPF CONSTRUCTION
The Practical SCIF/SAPF Construction (PSC) course is the premier physical security course offered to federal enterprise Special/Program Security Officers, facility engineers and space planners responsible for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) planning, design and/or construction. This highly interactive course, offers practical instruction on how to build a SCIF and SAPF. The course is based on the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705, Intelligence Community Standards 705-1 and 705-2, as well as DoD 0-5205.07, Vol. 3. The course concentrates on SCIF/SAPF design and construction standards, the accreditation process, and preparing a fully compliant Fixed Facility Checklist while reducing costs.
Personnel involved in the management and/or design of SCIFs or SAPFs under ICD 705 or DoD 5205.07 Vol 3.
WHY TAKE THE COURSE
Understand ICD 705 or DoD 0-5205.07 Vol 3 requirements necessary to design a facility for a successful accreditation.
Learn practical knowledge on design and construction techniques as well as material selection to meet the ICD & DoD requirements in the most cost effective manner.
Interact effectively with architects, engineers, general contractors and facility personnel in the planning and construction phases, as well as provide knowledgeable security oversight during the lifecycle of the project.
Enable security personnel to effectively advise their commanders or managers on the security requirements for SCIF/SAPF construction projects.