AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INSTRUCTION 33-108
12 AUGUST 1992
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE HQ AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
COMMUNICATIONS-COMPUTER SYSTEM STATUS REPORTING (RCS: AFIC-SC(Q)7801, RCS: NSA-1053, AND RCS: NSA-760)
This regulation establishes the requirement and provides guidelines for reporting the status of communications-computer systems. This regulation applies to the Air Force Intelligence Command's (AFIC) centers, wings, groups, and squadrons. It does not apply to AFIC-gained Air National Guard or Air Force Reserve units.
Corrected copy of AFIC REGULATION 700-8
Deletes all Air Force Communications Command requirements and redesigns the format for the RCS: AFIC-SC(Q) 7801 report. Includes RCS: NSA-1053, STREAMLINER Port Assignment Report, deletes the communications-computer systems outage report, and the RCS: NSA-749 reporting requirement
ESCR 100-9, 15 April 1985.
Mr. E. Jolly
Col Norman M. Slocum
AFCEDO/CED Keesler AFB MS 39534
AFIA/IMPO Norton AFB CA 90409-7001
SECTION A--THE REPORTS CONTROL SYSTEM.
1. Reports Control System (RCS). RCS:AFIC-SC(Q)7801 Report:
1.1. System for Reporting. This report sets up a system for reporting the status of communications-computer systems operations. The unit SC will:
1.1.1. Submit the RCS report.
1.1.2. Assign RCS: AFIC-SC(Q)7801 to the report.
1.1.3. Prepare the report quarterly with the dates of 1 January, 1 April, 1 July, and 1 October.
NOTE: If the required suspense date falls on a nonduty day, submit the report on the next official duty day.
1.1.4. Classify the report according to USAFINTEL 201-1.
1.1.5. Send the report electronically through the Defense Special Security Communications System (DSSCS), if available, using the DDI "XLK" to -arrive at the Director of Systems and Networks (HQ AFIC/SCO) and the appropriate intermediate headquarters no later than 10 days after the due date.
1.2. How to Prepare the RCS Report. The RCS reports will consist of two sections. Section I is information concerning personnel; Section II is the comments and recommendations regarding communications-computer operations (see attachment 1).
1.2.1. Section I - Personnel:
126.96.36.199. Key Personnel. Send a complete list of key personnel. List the commander and operations personnel assigned to key positions in the unit (that is; chief, superintendent, noncommissioned officer in charge (NCOIC) of operations, systems control, STREAMLINER manager, NCOIC of methods and results, etcetera). Include the Defense Switching Network (DSN), secure, and telefax telephone numbers for the local circuit manager, and the plans and program NCO. In addition, list all personnel assigned, if they have a special experience identifier (SEI), and their date of estimated return from overseas (DEROS).
188.8.131.52. Personnel Situations. Use this part of the report for comments regarding the station's personnel situation. Your comments may discuss overall staffing and general comments regarding the training profile of newly assigned personnel.
184.108.40.206. Reassignment Actions. Personnel desiring reassignment to another AFIC facility must ensure that an accurate AF Form 392, Airman Assignment Preference Statement, is in their individual personnel records. Whenever possible, and according to AFR 39-1 1, the Director of Support Services (HQ AFIC/SCR) will support reassignment Actions through the Chief of Airman Assignments Division (HQ AFIC/DPRA) to the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center (AFMPC).
220.127.116.11. Host Base. List the organization that serves as the base host. Show host base immediately following the base commander's name.
1.2.2. Section II - Comments and Recommendations. In Section 11 of the RCS: AFIC-SC(Q)7801 report, include comments or recommendations on communications-computer operations. This information provides the Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications-Computer Systems (HQ AFIC/SC) with a consolidated list of the communications-computer systems problems and achievements in the communications-computer operations areas. Use Section II to identify recurring problems. Those items requiring comments are:
18.104.22.168. Problems. If a unit reports a problem, include a statement on the action taken to resolve it, the office and person contacted, and the actions (if any) required by higher headquarters.
22.214.171.124. Achievements. State both personnel and facility achievements during the report period.
126.96.36.199. Facility Support. State maintenance provided by on-site or on-call support. Document information on continuing problems and all action taken to resolve them; that is, less than 24-hour service,' supply support, insufficient support, or clearance problems.
188.8.131.52. Newsworthy Items or Suggestions. List the items that might interest other communicationscomputer facilities that support AFIC. Also, mail any items that have appeared in local and other publications highlighting your facility and personnel (see attachment I for the RCS: AFIC-SC(Q)7801 report format).
2. Outage Reporting. Applies to units that have a reporting, requirement (see COI-IOI/AFIC Sup 1).
3. Insecurity Reporting:
3.1. When reporting communications security (COMSEC) insecurities, refer to AFSSI 4006 and submit reports accordingly. To report STU-111 insecurities, refer to ESCR 56-2.
3.2. When reporting computer security COMPUSEC insecurities, refer to ESCR 56-10 and submit report accordingly.
SECTION B--STREAMLINER REPORTS.
4. RCS: NSA-1053, STREAMLINER Port Assignment Report. This report applies to the 6900th Communications-Computer Security Group (6900 CG), 6903d Electronic Security Group (6903 ESG), 6917th Electronic Security Group (6917 ESG), 6920th Electronic Security Group (6920 ESG), 6931st Electronic Security Squadron (6931 ESS), 6950th Electronic Security Group (6950 ESG), and the 6981st Electronic Security Group (6981 ESG).
4.1. STREAMLINER Input and Output Port Assignments. This report is the primary source for obtaining accurate data on STREAMLINER input and output (I/0) port assignments. The report will contain a complete listing of all I/0 port assignment information. Submit the report to NSACSSM616 and INFO AFIC/SCO and the intermediate headquarters.
4.2. Purpose of the STREAMLINER Port Assignment Report. The purpose of this report is to provide accurate data to isolate and correct deficiencies, review in-station requirements, assist in managing the STREAMLINER system, determine port saturation, establishing budget requirements, and like information. Exact procedures for completing the report are found in the critical intelligence communications system (CRITICOMM) operating instruction (COI-101).
5. Patch Listing and Abort Code Reports. The patch listing (STREAMLINER code) and the abort code will be forwarded to NSACSS/T7616 and HQ AFIC/SCOO on an as needed basis identified by NSACSS.
6. RCS: NSA-760, Monthly Volume Report. Applies to 6900 CG, 6903 ESG, 6911 ESS, 6917 ESG, 6920 ESG, 6931 ESS, 6950 ESG, 6981 ESG, 6990 ESG, and 6993 ESS.
6.1. Primary Source. The Monthly Volume Report (NSA-760) is the primary source of telecommunications statistics used to support a variety of reporting requirements. These include: station manning, circuit performance monitoring, validation of circuit requirements, CRITICOMM system performance, budget validations, etcetera.
6.2. How to Prepare Monthly Volume Report. Prepare the Monthly Volume Report according to procedures outlined in COI-101. The report will consist of information from the preceding calendar month. Forward the report by each CRITICOMM station at the beginning of each month. Forward the report electrically to NSA/CSS with INFO to HQ AFIC/SCO and the appropriate wing.
C. DOUGLASS COUTO
Lt Col, USAF
Director of Information Management
RCS: AFIC-SC(Q) 7801 FORMAT
RCS: AFIC-SC(Q) 7801 Format
INFO (APPROPRIATE WING)
C L A S S I F I C A T I 0 N
SUBJ: RCS AFIC-SC(Q) 7801 AS OF I JANUARY 1992
Al.1. I SECTION I - PERSONNEL:
A. KEY PERSONNEL.
(1) LIST THE NAME, RANK, DUTY TITLE (FOR EXAMPLE, COMMANDER,
VICE COMMANDER, OPERATIONS OFFICER, CHIEF OF MAINTENANCE),
AND THE PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO COMMUNICATIONS-COMPUTER
NAME RANK DUTY TITLE LAWHORN, ROY COL COMMANDER HART, SABRINA LT COL OPERATIONS OFFICER JACKSON,LORI MAJ LOGISTICS OFFICER
(2) LIST ALL PERSONNEL ASSIGNED IF THEY HAVE A SPECIAL EXPERIENCE
IDENTIFIER AND THEIR DEROS.
NAME RANK AFSC SEI DEROS MCNEELY STEVE A. SMSGT 49199 269/038 OCT 92 SCHNIEDER DENNIS TSGT 49171 JAN 95 L.
B. PERSONNEL SITUATION.
C. REASSIGNMENT ACTIONS.
D. HOST BASE. LIST THE COMMANDER, VICE COMMANDER, AND ANY
COMMUNICATIONS-COMPUTER PERSONNEL LOCATED ON-BASE THAT
YOU DEAL WITH ON A DAILY BASIS.
NAME RANK DUTY TITLE SSN JONES, LUCY COL XXX/WING COMMANDER 317-88-0001 WILLIAMS, BILLY COL XXX/BASE COMMANDER 317-88-0002 WALTON, KRISTEL LT COL XXX/COMM SQ COMMANDER 317-88-0003
A1.2. SECTION II - COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS:
C. FACILITY SUPPORT.
D. NEWSWORTHY ITEMS OR SUGGESTIONS.
NOTE: FORWARD, BY MAIL, ALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS (THAT IS;
PICTURES, REPORTS, AWARDS, ETCETERA) THAT YOU HAVE