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Training & Resources

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  • As part of NIST’s cooperative agreement with AAFS, standards factsheets and checklists are available to support standards implementation.
    • Factsheets provide a concise summary of standards on the OSAC Registry and are intended to facilitate broader understanding. They highlight the purpose of a standard, why it is needed, and the benefits of implementation.
    • Checklists are a tool that can be used to perform a gap analysis and provide FSSPs with a way to evaluate the level of implementation and/or audit conformance. 
Created December 28, 2023, Updated February 16, 2024