Fort Huachuca, AZ
The mission of the Communications Security Logistics Activity (CSLA) is to serve as the Army
Commodity Manager for Communications Security (COMSEC) material on behalf of the Commanding General,
CECOM Life Cycle Management Command (CECOM LCMC). CSLA directs the operation of the Army's COMSEC
Wholesale Logistics System performing all functions of an Army Materiel Command (AMC) COMSEC
Wholesale Manager. This includes the operation of the COMSEC National Inventory Control Point (NICP)
and the COMSEC National Maintenance Point (NMP).
As the HQDA delegated agent for the Army Key Management System, CSLA operates the Electronic Key
Management System Common Tier 1 to execute management of all COMSEC materiel through Army COMSEC
Central Office of Record, and to lead modernization of the Army's COMSEC Distribution and Accounting
System. CSLA also hosts the automated Army Information Systems Security Program (ISSP) which is used
to collect and authenticate COMSEC requirements from Army users worldwide.
CSLA serves as the principle Army COMSEC logistics point of contact for the National Security
Agency (NSA). CSLA directs the management of and is responsible for the conduct of the Army-wide
COMSEC New Equipment Training (NET) Program. CSLA works closely with HQDA G-2 for development and
implementation of Army COMSEC Policy. In addition, CSLA inspects and approves COMSEC facilities and
is responsible for auditing all Army COMSEC accounts throughout the world. CSLA also evaluates all
reportable COMSEC incidents to determine if an insecurity has occurred, and if so, the extent of
damage to national security.
CSLA is an activity of the U.S. Army CECOM Logistics and Readiness Center (CECOM LRC). You may
visit their website for more information at
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