automated inventory control, receipt processing, menu planning, headcount procedures, and
accounting records for the dining facility operation.
d. SA. The Systems Administrator, although not its own sub-system, will maintain all
systems operability. They will also assign passwords, monitor user accounts, and perform daily
and monthly batch processes.
8. Systems Security. AFMIS is a sensitive; however, Unclassified system. AR 380-19
Automated Systems Security will be referenced when maintaining the AFMIS system. This
manual can be downloaded from the WEB. Proper security measures will protect against
9. Security structure. Security is important when using AFMIS, because it is sensitive
information. Each area has their own duties to ensure security is being maintained. The
following is the areas and their responsibilities:
Assigns initial passwords to users.
Conducts initial security briefing.
Monitors users activity.
Reports password misuse.
Installation Systems Security Officer (ISSO)
Ensures systems are operated and maintained IAW AR 380-19.
Ensure personnel hold security clearances.
Conduct threat and vulnerability assessments.
Prepare, distribute, and maintain plans, guidance, and SOPs.
Reports unauthorized access.
Establishes system for issuing, protecting, and changing passwords.
Ensures a TASO is appointed.
Unit Systems Security Officer (USSO)
(1) Supervises security procedures.
(2) Commander's option to assign.
Terminal Area Security Officer (TASO)
Assigned to Food Advisory Personnel.
Issues written instructions to users.
Monitors compliance, and reports violations.
Senior Food Operation Sergeant (Manager)