Today without any specific notice the DHS Infrastructure Security Compliance Division (ISCD) published a link on the CFATS Knowledge Center for a new Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Fact Sheet ‘Documentation’ section. This is not the latest version of the statistics on the implementation of the CFATS program (each also called ‘CFATS Fact Sheet’ by the way) that I routinely report on. Rather, it looks like a replacement for the 2012 ‘CFATS Trifold Brochure’. The link to that brochure is still active as of 22:30 EDT. The tri-fold brochure link has been removed from the ‘Documentation’ section of the CFATS Knowledge Center.
The CFATS Fact Sheet has also been printed as an article in the frequently asked questions section of the CFATS Knowledge Center. It can be found as Article 1775.
Nothing really new here. The new documents briefly describe the CFATS program. There is a brief new mention of the 2014 CFATS authorization legislation, but no discussion of the changes brought about by the law. Neither is there any mention of the on-going CSAT 2.0 implementation process.