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Redesignation of Fourteen Federal Telecommunications Standards (FED-STD) as Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS)
October 20, 1988

See page 41221 of Federal Register Vol. 53, No. 203, Thursday, October 20, 1988.

 

TITLE: Redesignation of Fourteen Federal Telecommunications Standards (FEDSTD)-as Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS); Withdrawal of One Federal Telecommunications Standard.

SUMMARY: The purpose of this notice is to announce that the Secretary of Commerce has approved the redesignation of fourteen computer-related telecommunications standards, which originally had been issued by the General Services Administration, as Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS).

  • FIPS 139, Interoperability and Security Requirements for Use of the Data Encryption Standard in the Physical Layer of Data Commuications, dated August 3, 1983. (Federal Standard 1026)
  • FIPS 140, General Security Requirements for Equipment Using the Data Encryption Standard, dated April 14, 1982. (Federal Standard 1027)
  • FIPS 141, Interoperability and Security Requirements for Use of the Data Encryption Standard with CCITT Group 3 Facsimile Equipment, dated April 4, 1985. (Federal Standard 1028)

Federal Register Notice

Document Number: 1988-41221
Created January 06, 2020, Updated June 20, 2023