Local Standing Operating Procedures
4. Coordinate the development of long and short
range training plans, ensuring compliance to higher headquarter
(c) Provide oversight on fleet/installation AT
1. Develop drills and exercises to assist
units/installations in identifying physical security
vulnerabilities, pre-planned response shortfalls and training
2. Collect lessons learned and assist
installations in compiling self assessments and identified
vulnerabilities for Core Vulnerabilities Assessment Management
Program (CVAMP) entry.
(d) Implement Core Vulnerabilities Assessment
1. Provide oversight on installation CVAMP.
2. Ensure training is provided to installations
to ensure CVAMP is being utilized correctly and efficiently.
Highlights of the CVAMP are:
a. Accessed via the Antiterrorism
Enterprise Portal (ATEP) on the Secret Internet Protocol Router
b. Tracks and manages AT vulnerabilities
per DoDI 2000.16.(DoD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards)
to resolve vulnerabilities.
d. Standardizes and automates AT resource
request process; Combating Terrorism Readiness Initiative Funds
(CbTRIF) and Unfunded Requirements (UFR) submissions IAW Deputy
Secretary of Defense approved funding prioritization.
e. Identifies AT readiness shortfalls due
to unmitigated vulnerabilities.