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Interagency Advisory Committee for Security Equipment (IACSE)

The Director of the DoD Lock Program chairs the Interagency Advisory Committee for Security Equipment (IACSE) Security Equipment and Locking Systems (SEALS) sub-committee.  The committee overseas the GSA Security Equipment product line and meets once a month to update federal specifications, federal standards, GSA policy and other related topics.  This page was developed to give all committee members a snapshot of documents that are currently being worked.  Click this Link to download the latest GSA Specification Matrix spreadsheet.
 
Federal Specification Review Status
Specification Document Date Document Status
IPS Specification4/16/2020Pending GSA publication
Padlock Specification8/6/2020Pending meetings with NSA & CNSS (PDS)
Pre-Fabricated Armory Specification7/28/2020Pending review by Navy Safety Officials
Pre-Fabricated magazine Specification7/28/2020Pending review of Navy Safety Officials
Federal Standard 832 Modification10/28/2020In Draft - Updates & Secure Area requirements
Weapons Cabinet Specification10/2/2019In Draft - Shipboard Model Addition, Rifle Cart Testing
Map & Plan Specification10/2/2019In Draft - Updates & Drawings added
Vault Door Specification10/2/2019In Draft - Updates added


Document Review Status
Document Document Date Document Status
GSA Training Plan6/10/2020Pending final approval by GSA/IACSE
GSA History Document11/22/2019Pending final approval by GSA/IACSE


Published Documents
Document Document Date
GSA "Status of Existing Fedsafes GSA-Approved Security Cabinets" Letter 1/20/2021
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