Protecting your organization’s proprietary information—often derived from analytics or confidential intelligence—is best ensured within a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF). Having designed over 600,000-sf of new and renovated SCIF and Special Access Program Facilities (SAPF), IMEG has a deep understanding of the government requirements that each SCIF and SAPF must meet and is committed to helping clients meet security criteria without impacting operating processes and life safety requirements.
KEY SCIF DESIGN ELEMENTS:
- Physical and Acoustical Security
- Visual and Access Control
- Intrusion Monitoring
- RF Shielding
- Communication Systems
We work with clients to understand their assets, risks, and vulnerabilities and determine their specific security needs, including location, cost, in-depth security, and classification.
Our team helps secure sensitive compartmented information in offices, research laboratories, computer facilities, and manufacturing and test facilities. We also can assist with compiling Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC) data, performing sound testing, and commissioning all pre-qualifications.
IMEG’s goal is to provide cost-effective solutions that meet all requirements and security needs of our clients’ most sensitive information.
DESIGN REQUIREMENTS EXPERTISE:
- Intelligence Community Standard 705-1 (ICD/ICS-705)
- Joint Air Force-Army-Navy (JAFAN) 6/9 Manual
- National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM)