Preliminary Vault Planning Worksheet
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Government Purchasing Process
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Consideration must be given to the wider net of government standards, but with consideration for the requirements of the agency itself.
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And review the following for clarification and insight with regard to modular vault projects.
|AR 190-11||Army Regulation for the Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives|
|AA-V-2737||Federal Specification for Modular Vault Systems (GSA)|
|AA-V-2737||Amendment Federal Specification for Modular Vault Systems Amended (GSA)|
|AA-V-2940||Federal Specification for Vault System – Armory (GSA)|
|AA-D-600D||Federal Specification for Class 5 Doors (GSA)|
Arms, Ammunition and Explosives Storage:
|Army Reserves Facilities UFC – Design Guide||Refer to 4.2.11|
|DOD Manual 2012 – Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives||Refer to Enclosure 5|
|Joint Air Force-Army-Navy Manual – Physical Security Standards||Refer to 4.1|
|US Army Corps of Engineers TEMF 2012||Refer to 188.8.131.52|
|US Army Corps of Engineers COF 2012||Refer to 184.108.40.206|
|DOD 5200.01 Volume 3, 2012||Refer to all|
|National Industrial Security Program (NISPOM) Operating Manual – Document Storage Guidelines 2012||Refer to Chapter 5
Sections 3 & 8
|NISPOM 5-303 Note to Facility Managers||Refer to all|
|Government Specification Facts||Refer to all|
|SCIF Standards, September 2010||Refer to all|
|Sample Specification Sheet||Refer to all|