CSAT

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CSATCenter for Substance Abuse Treatment
CSATCustomer Satisfaction
CSATCivil Society Action Team (International Council of AIDS Service Organizations)
CSATChemical Security Assessment Tool (US DHS)
CSATClient Satisfaction
CSATCollege Scholastic Ability Test (South Korea)
CSATCertified Systemic Art Therapist (counseling)
CSATCertified Sexual Addiction Therapist
CSATCivil Services Aptitude Test (Union Public Service Commission; India)
CSATCharter School for Applied Technologies (Buffalo, NY)
CSATCombined Systems Acceptance Test
CSATCrew System Associate Technology
CSATComputer Security Awareness and Training Program
CSATConstellation Sustainment Assessment Team
CSATCivil Service Arbitration Tribunal (United Kingdom)
CSATControlled Substance and Alcohol Testing
CSATCertified Specialist in Analytical Technology
CSATCombat System Alignment Test
CSATCommand Systems Assessment Team
CSATCommon Situation Awareness Tool (innovation research)
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The proposal indicates that DHS will implement a revised CSAT (Chemical Security Assessment Tool) Top-Screen, along with a revised CSAT Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA) application, and a revised CSAT Site Security Plan (SSP) application, which DHS is describing as "CSAT 2.0." According to DHS, these changes could result in companies spending 90% less time using DHS' Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA) and 70% less time operating the Site Security Plan (SSP) application.
The rule requires any facility that meets the established screening threshold quantities for any chemical listed on Appendix A to complete and submit a Chemical Security Assessment Tool Top-Screen survey for review by the agency.
ACA's understanding is that this may be deliberate on the part of ISCD, in that the concept behind the Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT) is that it functions as a "black box" of sorts, therefore providing insight into how and why facilities are tiered enable submitters to "game" the system and avoid being brought into the program.
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