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OSCAL Model Review

To increase communication with the OSCAL community, the NIST OSCAL team is hosting a one-hour teleconference every two weeks to discuss OSCAL model issues with the OSCAL community. This provides a means for the OSCAL team to update OSCAL adopters on the latest improvements to the OSCAL models, and for community members to provide high-bandwidth feedback on concerns, gaps, and other issues with the OSCAL models.

Day and Time Every other Friday at 10am EST/EDT (ICS file)

Meeting Link https://bluejeans.com/479977594/4584

Meeting Details

Meeting ID: 479 977 594
Participant Passcode: 4584

Phone Dial-in

+1.408.317.9254 (US (San Jose))
+1.408.740.7256 (US (San Jose))
Global Numbers

Who Can Attend? Open to all members of the public

Format Question and Answer, Discussion

Each bi-weekly teleconference will cover some or all of the following topics:

  • Reviewing one or more of the OSCAL models
  • Answering questions on model usage
  • Discussing property and annotation values
  • Collecting feedback on how to improve the models and related documentation

We specifically want to hear from community members that are authoring OSCAL content and creating OSCAL tools. Your feedback is important to us, which is the primary reason we are hosting these teleconferences.

If you are interested in developing OSCAL content or tools, we would encourage you to participate. We look forward to talking with you about OSCAL.

Meeting Archive

2020

Oct 2, 2020

Continued review of the updated proposed approach for leveraging existing authorizations and composing systems.

Sep 24, 2020

Answered questions on use of OSCAL models during open discussion.

Sep 18, 2020

Continued review of the updated proposed approach for leveraging existing authorizations and composing systems.

Sep 4, 2020

Continued review of the updated proposed approach for leveraging existing authorizations and composing systems.

Aug 7, 2020

Reviewed the proposed approach for leveraging existing authorizations and composing systems.

Jul 24, 2020

Reviewed the proposed approach for leveraging existing authorizations and composing systems.

This page was last updated on July 30, 2020.