NAVY SYSTEM AUTHORIZATION ACCESS REQUEST-NAVY (SAAR-N) RECIPROCITY:
1 NAVADMINs are known that
refer back to this one:
R 221441Z DEC 20 MID200000461815U
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N2N6/DEC//
SUBJ/NAVY SYSTEM AUTHORIZATION ACCESS REQUEST-NAVY (SAAR-N) RECIPROCITY//
NARR/REF A IS DEPARTMENT OF NAVY CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER MEMORANDUM FOR
ACCEPTBALE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
REF B IS OPNAVINST 5239.1D - INSTRUCTION FOR U.S. NAVY CYBERSECURITY
POC1/SUSAN BRYERJOYNER/RMDL/OPNAV/N2N6D/EMAIL: email@example.com
/TEL: (571) 256-8422//
POC2/BROOKE ZIMMERMAN/CIV/OPNAV/N2N6D6/EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
/TEL: (571) 256-8521//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN authorizes System Authorization Access Request-Navy
(SAAR-N) reciprocity between Navy commands to streamline the network access
process. Per references (a) and (b), all Department of the Navy (DON)
Information Technology (IT) users shall have an approved SAAR-N on file prior
to being granted access to networks, systems or applications. This allows
acceptance of a SAAR-N issued by the current command of a user to approve
access on another commands network, system, or application of the same or
lower classification level and need-to-know status.
2. Reciprocity is a mutual agreement among participating enterprises to
accept each others security assessments in order to reuse IT resources and to
accept each others assessed security posture to share capabilities. Until a
central repository is established for SAAR-N forms, commands will accept
reciprocity at the command-level.
3. Users who require access to systems that have additional need-to-know
requirements or are of a higher level of security clearance than is reflected
in the existing SAAR-N will require additional documentation or a new SAAR-N.
4. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until changes have been incorporated
into OPNAVINST 5239.1D.
5. Released by VADM Jeffrey E. Trussler, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
for Information Warfare, OPNAV N2N6.//