CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT (CNOIVA) SCHEDULE FY14

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NAVADMIN 208/13

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SUBJ/CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT
(CNOIVA) SCHEDULE FY14// 



REF/A/DOC/DODI 2000.16/31OCT2006//
REF/B/DOC/OPNAVINST 3300.53C/26MAY2009//
REF/C/DOC/DEPT OF DEFENSE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT BENCHMARKS/1JAN2013//
NARR/Ref A is Department of Defense (DOD) Antiterrorism Standards. Ref B is 
the Navy Antiterrorism Program.  Ref C is the official Department of Defense 
Vulnerability Assessment Benchmarks.
POC/CDR A. L. SCHREIBER/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N462/LOC: ARLINGTON, VA/ TEL: 
(703)695-5526, ANDREA.SCHREIBER(AT)NAVY.MIL// 

RMKS/1.  IAW Ref a, para 2, installations requiring an antiterrorism program 
must undergo a higher headquarters integrated vulnerability assessment every 
three years.  These assessments should be viewed as a tool to help prevent 
and/or reduce the impact of a terrorist attack and are intended to assist 
commanding officers in meeting their antiterrorism/force protection (AT/FP) 
responsibilities.  This NAVADMIN promulgates the list of installations 
scheduled to receive a CNOIVA during fiscal year 2014 (FY14).  Specific 
commands have also been selected to receive an additional Defense Critical 
Infrastructure Program (DCIP) assessment.  IAW ref b, Naval Criminal 
Investigative Service (NCIS) Security Training, Assessment and Assistance 
Teams (STAAT) will conduct the CNOIVA assessments using ref c.

2.  FY14 Assessment schedule by date and location:
09-13 Dec 2013       NAVSTA Mayport (with DCIP)
06-10 Jan 2014       PMFR Barking Sands HI
27-31 Jan 2014       JRB Little Creek VA (with DCIP)
24-28 Feb 2014       NAS Kingsville TX
03-14 Mar 2014       NAS Corpus Christi TX (with DCIP)
31 Mar-04 Apr 2014   NAS JRB Ft Worth TX
21-25 Apr 2014       NWS Yorktown VA (with DCIP)
05-09 May 2014       NAWS China Lake CA
19-23 May 2014       PNSY Portsmouth NH
02-06 Jun 2014       NSA Panama City FL
09-13 Jun 2014       NCB Gulfport MS
23-27 Jun 2014       NSA Naples IT
07-11 Jul 2014       NAS Fallon NV
21-25 Jul 2014       SUBASE New London CT
28 Jul-01 Aug 2014   NAVSTA Newport RI
18-22 Aug 2014       NSA Annapolis MD
08-12 Sep 2014       NSA/NWC Crane IN
22 Sep-03 Oct 2014   NSA Washington DC (with DCIP)

3.  Background:  A CNOIVA is a vulnerability-based evaluation of an 
installation's ability to deter and/or respond to a terrorist incident.  This 
evaluation assists in addressing the consequences of terrorist acts in terms 
of the command's ability to accomplish its mission.  The vulnerability 
assessment methodology includes review of site specific characteristics, 
mission, threat analyses, security plans, procedures, threat and disaster 
response capabilities, and other specific command concerns.  During the team 
out-brief, options will be presented to the commander for consideration in 
pursuing improvements to force protection.  Additionally, the CNOIVA may be 
used by commanding officers to formulate budget submissions.  CNOIVA team 
members will interview personnel responsible for the following functional 
areas:  terrorist operations, security operations, structural engineering, 
infrastructure engineering, and operations readiness.  To prepare commands 
for their CNOIVA, the assessment team will need: 
    a.  Assignment of working space/access to the following:
        (1) LAN cable connection or DSL cable connection with Internet 
access.
        (2) Classified (Confidential) material storage for a small quantity 
of classified material, with 24-hour access. 
    b.  The following documents and records in hardcopy available upon team 
arrival:
        (1) Antiterrorism (AT) Plan 
        (2) Weapons of Mass Destruction Plans
        (3) Disaster Preparedness Plan
        (4) Previous JSIVA and CNOIVA reports
        (5) Security Department Post Order/Guard Force Orders
        (6) Security Department Standard Operating Procedures
        (7) Base map, delineating buildings and streets 
        (8) Defense Critical Infrastructure POC, if a DCIP assessment is 
scheduled 
    c.  15 passenger van for windshield tour
    d.  The following documents will be required (electronic copies 
preferred) NLT 90 days prior to the scheduled assessment date.  (NCIS STAAT 
LANT/PAC will notify respective commands on further instructions via SEPCOR.) 
        (1) AT Plan 
        (2) Disaster Preparedness Plan 
        (3) Weapons of Mass Destruction Plan 
        (4) Security Post Orders/Guard Force Orders 
        (5) Security Standard Operating Procedures 

4.  Any changes to the schedule must be coordinated with message POC. 

5.  Released by VADM P. H. Cullom, N4.//
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