Part J. Classified Sensitive One (CS1)
A computer which processes SCI or SIOP-ESI will be designated CS1 and must be accredited.
Accreditation of a computer to process at the CS1 level is a special situation. These systems must
comply not only with AR 380-19, but with DOD, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other policies
as well. Therefore, the DAA for CS1 will not be discussed.
Part K: Classified Sensitive Two (CS2)
A computer which processes TOP SECRET information will be designated and accredited CS2.
MACOM commanders are the designated accreditation authorities for CS2 computers.
EXAMPLE: If you were assigned to the 18 Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, your
CS2 DAA would be the Commanding General (CG) of FORSCOM.
Delegation of CS2 accreditation authority : AR 380-19 authorizes delegation of CS2 accreditation
authority for systems operating n the dedicated system high or partioned mode MACOM Commanders
may delegate, in writing, CS2 accreditation authority to certain individuals in the MACOM. These
individuals are general officers and civilian senior executive service (SES) personnel. Delegation may
be by name or by established position titles.
Part L: Classified Sensitive Three (CS3)
A computer which processes SECRET or CONFIDENTIAL will be designated and accredited CS3. The
MACOM commanders are also the designated accreditation authorities for CS3.
Delegation of accreditation authority: Like for CS2, the MACOM commander is authorized by AR 380-
19 to delegate CS3 accreditation authority. The MACOM commanders may delegate, in writing, CS3
accreditation authority to certain individuals in the MACOM. Those individuals are colonels (COL-06)
and civilians (GM-15/GS-15) who are occupying a position of command or principal staff officer at an
installation or general officer command.
Part M. Unclassified Sensitive One (US1) and
Unclassified Sensitive Two (US2)
US1 and US2 computers have the same DAA. First individuals authorized to accredit Classified
Sensitive (CS1, CS2, and CS3) computers are also authorized to accredit US1 and US2 computers.
EXAMPLE: A MACOM commander can accredit US1 and US2 computers. Any generals or SES
personnel who have been delegated CS2 accreditation authority can accredit these computers. And,
any colonel or GM-15/GS-15 who has been delegated CS3 accreditation authority can also accredit
Delegation of US1 and US2 accreditation authority : The MACOM commanders may also delegate, in
writing, US1 and US2 accreditation authority to certain individuals in the MACOM. These individuals
are lieutenant colonels (LTC-05) aid civilians (GM-14/GS-14).