Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
Integrated Security Group (ISG) has been providing advanced security solutions including burglar & fire alarm, video surveillance and access control along with supervised monitoring services for over thirty-five years.
Although strict adherence to the DCID 6/9*, NISPOM**, DOD 5220.22-M, AA&E Manual***, DOD5100.76-M via UL2050 are necessary to certify a security system for these purposes ISG has been applying these same principles and practices for private industry high-risk, high-security clients for decades long before their formalization under the UL standard. Our approach is guided by our beginnings as a security and life safety consulting firm and growing into one of the largest independent providers of electronic security solutions in the northeast. It’s been nearly twenty-five years since our founder Harry J. Azano CPP and former adjunct professor of graduate studies at John Jay School of Criminal Justice started providing security for more SCIF’s in this region than any other private contractor.
Our experience in all aspects of the threats that these facilities face is unmatched and our ability to guide you through the process with ease implementing your electronic security program to comply with Government requirements and assist you with further recognizing the opportunities to integrate, consolidate and improve your existing overall facility security and life safety will come as a byproduct of our services.
DCID 6/9 – Formerly know as DCID 1/21 Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) manual titled "Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF)"
NISPOM (DOD 5220.22-M) – National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual
AA&E Manual (DOD 5100.76-M) – The requirements for unclassified and classified materials that are in a risk category [conventional (non-nuclear) arms, ammunition, and explosives] are based on the Manual for Physical Security of Sensitive Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E Manual)
SCIF – Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility. All information and materials bearing special controls indicated restricted handling within present and future community intelligence collection programs and their end products for which community systems of compartmentation have been or will be formally established. The term does not include restricted data as defined in Section II, Public Law 83-703, Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.