“Mr. Bennett once again has assisted me in my endeavors as a security and protection professional. His book not only assists in helping prepare for the ISP certification, it provides first hand insight and mentoring on how to advance your career goals in this complex field. ”
This Training is for Newly Cleared Employees and should be given prior to Initial Security Briefings
Discover how to meet NISPOM requirements
Newly cleared employees must sign an SF-312, Non Disclosure Agreement. Instead of just having them sign the box, why not give them preliminary training. What exactly is on the form and why they are signing it.
Once signed, then give them the Initial Security Briefing
Just because an entity does business with the government or is cleared for classified work, doesn’t mean they are at the same level of performance as legacy organizations. It’s tempting to assume that every cleared contractor Facility Security Officer (FSO) as “appointed” by the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) attends professional organization meetings, are Industrial Security Professional (ISP) Certified and fully comprehend International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR). But, it’s just not so.
Not all defense contractors are created equally. Cleared defense contractors may be approved to possess classified information on location with storage approval. Others may not have storage approval, but cleared to provide security clearances for classified performance at customer or other off site locations. Large defense contractors may have an entire staff devoted to the protection of classified information, physical security, operations security, contracts security, special access and etc. On the other hand, small contractors have equal responsibilities, but operate with just a few employees, on of which is appointed as FSO. That’s a lot for one to do…
Does your business have time to focus on training requirements?
Defense contractors and cleared contractors with one to a few hundred employees may have FSOs designated in addition to regular duties. COOs, engineers, CFOs, HR and other professionals don’t have time to create and execute training while performing on contract.
That’s where Red Bike Publishing can help.
An FSO can spend several hours designing training. At $35.00 per manager work hour, that could end up costing at least $150.00, not including the costs associated with brining the FSO off a contract to perform out of scope work. Our low cost, high value training package allows you to concentrate on your core competencies while we provide your required training. Our NISPOM Training contains requirements for the Annual Security Awareness and Initial Security Training. Just download our slides and lead the discussion, the notes are already filled out and ready to read.
SF 312 Briefing-$49.95
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FSOs have a huge responsibility to protect classified information. As such, these FSOs may be owners, engineers, human resources or appointed employees with other additional duties. If you are an appointed FSO with other duties, you might be just too involved running your company to create a training program.
Red Bike Publishing can help. Jeffrey W. Bennett, SFPC, SAPPC, ISP is board certified to protect classified information. Together with industry experts, he created an easy to use presentation that you can download and deliver. Notes are available for you to read word for word or tailor the presentation to meet your organizational needs. Once complete, you’ll meet the National Industrial Security Program (NISPOM) and Defense Security Services (DSS) training requirements.
NISPOM SF 312 Training
When you invest with this training program you will receive a link for the presentation a
This is a great way to keep your cleared employees trained throughout the year, not just annually.
1.Once purchased, you will will receive an email with a hyperlink. Select the link.
2. Files will download as a presentation format .pptm (ie NISPOM TRAINING.PPTM) You will not be able to see notes in this format
3. Once downloaded save as or open with .ppt or .pptx extension (ie. NISPOM presentation.ppt)
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