CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT, CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM ASSESSMENT, AND MISSION ASSURANCE ASSESSMENT-NAVY(PILOT) SCHEDULE FOR SELECT NAVY COMMANDS DURING FISCAL YEAR 2015:
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SUBJ/CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT, CRITICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM ASSESSMENT, AND MISSION ASSURANCE
ASSESSMENT-NAVY(PILOT) SCHEDULE FOR SELECT NAVY COMMANDS DURING FISCAL YEAR
REF/C/DOC/DEPT OF DEFENSE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT BENCHMARKS /1JAN2013//
NARR/REF A IS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) ANTITERRORISM STANDARDS.
REF B IS THE NAVY ANTITERRORISM PROGRAM. REF C IS THE DOD VULNERABILITY
ASSESSMENT BENCHMARKS. REF D IS THE DCIP MANAGEMENT GUIDE FOR ALL DOD
ACTIVITIES. REF E IS THE DRAFT DOD MISSION ASSURANCE ASSESSMENT GUIDE.
POC/CDR A. L. SCHREIBER/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N462/LOC: ARLINGTON, VA/
TEL: (703) 695-5526, firstname.lastname@example.org AND MR ERIC HAMMETT/ OPNAV
N46/ LOC: ARLINGTON, VA/ TEL: (703) 695-5521, email@example.com//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN promulgates the list of Navy commands scheduled to
receive a Chief of Naval Operations Integrated Vulnerability Assessment
(CNOIVA), Critical Infrastructure Program
(CIP) Assessment, or Mission Assurance Assessment-Navy (Pilot) (MAA
-N(P)) during Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15).
2. These assessments help prevent and/or reduce the impact of a terrorist
attack and assist Commanding Officers in meeting their antiterrorism and
force protection (AT/FP) responsibilities.
a. IAW Ref A, para 2, Navy commands requiring an antiterrorism
program will undergo a higher headquarters integrated
assessment every three years.
b. Certain Navy commands have been selected to receive CIP
assessments based on critical missions and assets.
c. Since DoD and Navy are replacing integrated vulnerability and
CIP assessments with multi-functional MAA-N in the near future,
will conduct MAA-N(P) at two Navy commands. The MAA-N(P)
assessments will be preceded by an MAA-N(P) Pre-Site Survey (PSS)
which is critical to the development of the command and tenant
missions decomposition process.
3. FY15 Assessment schedule by date, location and type:
6-10 Oct 2014 NAVSUPPACT Bahrain CIP
17-21 Nov 2014 NAS Whidbey Island CNOIVA
17-21 Nov 2014 NAVSTA Guantanamo CIP
1-12 Dec 2014 NAVBASE Kitsap CNOIVA
1-12 Dec 2014 Port Of Jebel Ali CIP
1-12 Dec 2014 Port Of Fujairah CIP
8-12 Dec 2014 NAS Key West MAA-N(P) PSS
26-30 Jan 2015 NAVSUPPFAC Diego Garcia CIP
2-13 Feb 2015 JBPHH Pearl Harbor CNOIVA-CIP
23-27 Feb 2015 NAS Key West MAA-N(P)
2-6 Mar 2015 NAVSTA Everett CNOIVA
9-13 Mar 2015 FAIRECONRON THREE DET Travis AFB CIP
20-24 Apr 2015 NAS Oceana CNOIVA-CIP
4-15 May 2015 NAVBASE Guam CIP
4-8 May 2015 NAVHOSP Pensacola CNOIVA
18-22 May 2015 NAVBASE Coronado CNOIVA
1-5 Jun 2015 NAVSUPPACT Hampton Roads MAA-N(P) PSS
8-12 Jun 2015 NAVSUPPACT Bethesda CNOIVA-CIP
15-20 Jun 2015 Washington Navy Yard CIP
13-17 Jul 2015 JBAB Washington DC CNOIVA-CIP
20-31 Jul 2015 NCTAMS PAC DET Puget Sound CIP
10-15 Aug 2015 NAVSUPPACT Hampton Roads MAA-N(P)
10-21 Aug 2015 NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville CIP
7-11 Sep 2015 NAF El Centro CNOIVA
4. Conduct of Assessments:
a. Commands scheduled for CNOIVA, CIP or MAA-N(P) Assessments
have received or will receive a letter 60-90 days prior to the on
-site assessment date identifying specific information and
support required for the Assessment Team.
b. At a minimum, each team requires:
(1) Working space with 24 hour access, a LAN or DSL cable
connection with Internet access and storage for a small
confidential classified material.
(2) Hardcopies of the Antiterrorism (AT) Plan; Plans for
Response to Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction; Disaster
Preparedness Plan; previous Joint Security Integrated
Assessments and CNOIVA reports; Security Department post or
force orders and Standard Operating Procedures; and a Base
delineates buildings and streets.
(3) A 15-passenger van for a windshield tour.
(4) An in-brief on the first day of the Assessment for the
team to provide the Installation Commanding Officer and staff
(5) Access to personnel responsible for the following
functional areas: anti-terrorist operations, security
structural engineering, infrastructure engineering, and
(6) If a CIP Assessment is scheduled, provide contact
information for the Defense Critical Infrastructure POC.
(7) An out-brief for the Installation Commanding Officer and
staff. The out-brief will present options for the
Commanding Officer to consider in pursuing improvements to
protection and to formulating budget submissions.
c. The formal Assessment Report will be forwarded to the Command
within 90 days of completion. The report will list findings,
including vulnerabilities, dependencies, single points of failure
and remediation/mitigation recommendations.
(1) Using a vulnerability-based assessment, the CNOIVA
determines a command*s ability to deter and/or respond to
(2) The CNOIVA evaluates the consequences of terrorist acts
in terms of a command's ability to accomplish its
mission. Vulnerability-based assessment methodology reviews
-specific characteristics, mission, threat analyses, security
procedures, threat and disaster response capabilities, and
specific command concerns.
(3) IAW Ref B, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)
Security Training, Assessment and Assistance Teams (STAAT)
the CNOIVA assessments using Ref C.
(1) The CIP assesses a command*s ability to support mission
requirements and identify supporting infrastructure
(e.g., electric power, communications, fuels, transportation)
(2) The CIP reviews site-specific characteristics, mission
and infrastructure plans, projects, procedures and response
(3) The Mission Assurance Division (MAD) at Naval Surface
Warfare Center Dahlgren Division conducts CIP assessment
D and E.
c. MAA-N Pilot (P)
(1) MAA-N(P) is Navy*s approach to the proposed Joint Chiefs
of Staff Joint Mission Assurance Assessment.
(2) The MAA-N(P) combines several assessments into a single
assessment and minimizes operational and logistical impacts
Command, reduces cost, and maximizes effectiveness of the
Team via information-sharing and identification of
and mitigation strategies across multiple program areas to
critical infrastructure, anti-terrorism, emergency management
physical security and cyber operations.
(3) NCIS STAAT and MAD will conduct the MAA-N(P) using Refs D
6. Any changes to the schedule in para. 3 must be coordinated with message
7. Released by VADM P. H. Cullom, N4.//