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FIPS 102

Guideline for Computer Security Certification and Accreditation

Date Published: September 27, 1983

Planning Note (02/08/2005):

The withdrawal of this FIPS was announced in the Federal Register.


National Bureau of Standards



certification/accreditation management; certification/accreditation process; certification/accreditation program; computer security evaluation; EDP audit; Federal Information Processing Standards Publication; recertification/reaccreditation; risk analysis; sensitive computer application; sensitivity classification; validation; verification and testing (VV&; accreditation: certification; T)
Control Families

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Supplemental Material:
None available

Related NIST Publications:
SP 500-109
Book Section

Document History:
09/27/83: FIPS 102 (Final)


Security and Privacy

audit & accountability