However, satisfying this element of the NR KPP essentially was equivalent to completing DITSCAP
Some nations use their own ISMS, e.g., ISMS  of Korea, Information Security Check Service (ISCS) of Korea, Department of Defense (DoD) Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP)  of USA, Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP)  of USA, IT Baseline Protection Manual (ITBPM)  of Germany, ISMS  of Japan, Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC)  of USA.
BS7799 in England has not a way of pre-evaluation about assets and even though lays emphasis on the managerial security than DITSCAP, lacks emphasis on the technical security, and it also lacks mutual exchange than DITSCAP.
* Simple Documentation: The DITSCAP of the USA has issues in terms of its large amount of documentation.
(4) Word-of-mouth still maintains the reputation of the USAISEC, which is why we get those interesting "DITSCAP me!" phone calls.
The Department of DITSCAP calls out for several roles: the Designated Approving Authority, the Certification Authority, and a Certification Agent (or certifier).
The services Unisys provides under the DITSCAP
contract demonstrate the breadth of Unisys Zero-Gap Security Services, an integrated portfolio of strategic consulting, architecture and planning, design, implementation and management services and solutions that enable clients to address security requirements at all levels of their business.
The policy required the independent operational test authorities to assess IA as part of the system evaluation while leveraging to the extent possible other IA testing--such as DITSCAP
security T&E--to reduce duplication.
The DIACAP process has replaced the previous information system-specific C & A process, the DoD Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP).
The DITSCAP instruction and manual were replaced at that time by the DIACAP as the only DoD IA C & A process.
On November 28, 2007, the most significant change in security policy in 10 years occurred when the Department of Defense (DoD) Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) replaced the DoD Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP).
The Department of the Navy commenced full transition to DIACAP on March 31, 2008, with the release of a naval message issued by the DON Chief Information Officer, "Department of Navy's Transition Plan from DITSCAP to DIACAP." The message (311917Z Mar 08) is available on the DON CIO Web site at www.doncio.navy.mil, under the "Information Assurance" topic area.