GSA Details How HSPD-12 Interoperability Labs Will Work

    Date22 Feb 2006
    CategoryGovernment
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    Posted ByBrittany Day
    The General Services Administration outlined the final step vendors must take to get products and services on an approved list for Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12.

    GSA is setting up a lab to ensure vendors’ products and services that meet the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Federal Information Processing Standard-201 can operate with each other. In the FIPS-201 Evaluation Program Development-Laboratory Concept of Operations, GSA describes how the test labs will work and provides an overview of the product and services evaluation process.

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