Inconsistent policies and approaches to managing sensitive, unclassified information increases the likelihood of errors in designating, marking, handling and sharing information by federal agencies. These errors ultimately result in unintended public accessibility and in transparency reductions. The Controlled But Unclassified Information (CUI) program, implemented by The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), helps address these issues. Still, some federal agencies trying to follow NARA’s guidance may find it challenging. That’s okay! We know CUI and we can help you as we have helped other agencies.
BRMi offers a four-phase approach to evaluate, recommend, and implement policy, organization, process, and technology improvements for CUI. It enables agencies to assess, design, execute, and sustain an improved CUI governance environment. Our approach and roadmap have empowered chief information officers, security officers, and other agency officials to achieve sustainable, real-world reform. Read more about how we can help by downloading our free white paper, The Road to CUI Governance: Reinforcing and Enabling Information Governance for Controlled Unclassified Information. You can also schedule a 30-minute discovery call with us to learn how our approach can accelerate your implementation of improved information management practices. #areyouready?