Executive Order 13556, Controlled Unclassified Information, November 4, 2010, establishes that the Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Executive Agent, designated as the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), shall develop and issue such directives as are necessary to implement the CUI Program.
NIST SP 800-171 requirements apply to all components of nonfederal information systems and organizations that process, store, or transmit CUI, or provide security protection for such components.
The U.S. Department of Forest Services under the U.S. Department has perhaps the largest content management system among the civilian federal agencies. One obvious reason is its mission-driven business process.
“To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.”
I was very fortunate to be part of this great success story. By November 2017, there were about 230 million contents in the content management system accessed by 43,000 users across the country.
In the product design of ACVITS, we have applied the NARA and DoD’s STIG guidelines to build a very secure to protect intellectual properties. Our approach towards content management is that all contents are important, must be secured, encrypted, auditable, easy to collaborate and locate files, and support very large files.
An intuitive, secure, and scalable ACVITS (https://www.acvits.com) Content Management System is available on Amazon AWS Marketplace (Public and GovCloud) on subscription. Being part of Amazon AWS Marketplace catalog is a stamp of approval of ACVITS security and easy deployability in all AWS regions in the world.
ACVITS© software, is an innovative Enterprise Content Management System that enables intellectual property document protection using enhanced, advanced-security features; superior predictive search functions across multi-media content; and other performance and encryption features that no other software product on the market is currently able to offer.
A company based out of Startup Virginia, OOAC has developed the ACVITS© software based on an innovative software licensing trend called Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG). The PAYG payment model is similar to the utility billing industry standard where consumers only pay for services that are actually used. PAYG frees customers from burdensome, long-term contractual obligations that have traditionally been the primary software licensing offered by technology vendors.
Founded in 2002, OOAC is dedicated to creating software-based products that provide solutions to complex content management problems – all at a fair price. OOAC believes in strong community partnerships and actively invests in technology in schools to build a smarter tomorrow.