NAGF News Bullets for Bi-Week ending 3/25/2022
- Upcoming NAGF Conference Calls/Webinars
- NAGF Standards Review Team Working Group Monthly Webinar: April 6th @ 11:00-12:00 pm Eastern
- NAGF CIP Working Group Monthly Webinar: April 12th @ 02:00-03:00 pm Eastern
Log on to the NAGF website ( https://generatorforum.org/ ) members section and go to the Calendar to access event details.
- NAGF Quarterly Member WebEx – 1Q2022
The NAGF holds quarterly webinars to enhance communication and engage NAGF members regarding recent NAGF activities, upcoming initiatives, and acquire member feedback regarding activities of interest. The first quarter webinar of 2022 was held on March 21st with over 40 participants. The agenda/meeting minutes are available in the NAGF website file cabinet under the ‘NAGF Meetings Information\Quarterly Member Meetings\2022” folder and are posted on the members-only dashboard home page.
- FERC Internal Network Security Monitoring (INSM) Notice of Proposed Rule Making NOPR)
The subject NOPR, issued on January 20, 2022, proposes to direct the North American Electric Reliability Corporation to develop and submit for Commission approval new or modified Reliability Standards that require internal network security monitoring within a trusted Critical Infrastructure Protection networked environment for high and medium impact Bulk Electric System Cyber Systems. The NAGF held a webinar on February 22nd to gather input from membership as a starting point for comment development. A second webinar occurred on March 22nd to review and finalize NAGF comments for submittal. The NAGF comments were submitted to FERC on March 25th. The NAGF comments are available in the NAGF website file cabinet under the ‘FERC Submittals” folder and are posted on the members-only dashboard home page
- NERC ERATF Industry Workshop – Q/A Document Posted
The Energy Reliability Assessment Task Force (ERATF) held an industry workshop on February 16, 2022 to discuss the key findings and recommendations from a technical paper written by the members of the ERATF. Panelists discussed energy assurance issues in the operations, operational planning, and planning time horizons. In addition, attendees were given the opportunity to provide comments for the development of a final Standard Authorization Request (SAR) for Reliability and Security Technical Committee (RSTC) consideration. Due to time restraints some questions were unable to be addressed during the call, so the ERATF has provided a Q&A document to answer those questions.
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