Figure 3-2 is an example of an accreditation statement which is a variation from the basic
accreditation. In this statement, the DAA approves the operation of three PCs in garrison, and
in the field. These are two accreditation variations which you are likely to encounter.
Figure 3-2. Example Accreditation Statement Variation.
More than one computer: A Especially in the case of small computers, the DAA may include
more than one computer in one statement, providing they will all be operating at the same sensitivity
level, in the same location, and sing he same security safeguards.
More than one location: The DAA may accredit a computer to operate in more than one
location. Many units use tactical computers which are designed to be used in the field. A
tactical computer may be accredited for use in he garrison location and at a deployment site.
For this computer, a move from garrison to a field site is an authorized move and rot a physical
change which requires reaccreditation.