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With the large geographic area of our membership, it is difficult to judge when or if weather conditions warrant the cancellation of CNSS meetings (to include Committee, Subcommittee, or Working Group meetings). Our first consideration, is safety.
If the Office of Personnel Management reports that the Federal Government Operating Status for the Washington, DC area is either "Closed", “Delayed Arrival”, or “Open with Option for Unscheduled Leave or Unscheduled Telework,” any CNSS meeting scheduled for that day will be cancelled.
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The Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Library contains those issuances permitted on the internet that address cybersecurity issues. The Library is divided into categories such as Policies, Directives, Instructions, and Advisory Memoranda, as well as offering a Search of all the documents published by the CNSS Secretariat. Find out more about the CNSS Library ...
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The Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) sets national-level cybersecurity policies, directives, instructions, operational procedures, guidance and advisories for United States Government (USG) departments and agencies for the security of National Security Systems (NSS). It provides a comprehensive forum for strategic planning and operational decision-making to protect NSS and approves the release of INFOSEC products and information to Foreign Governments. Find out more about the CNSS ...