a. VI Work Order Screening Process. As a representative of a VI
center, your responsibilities include screening VI work orders.
(1) Analyze job requirements. When a unit presents the VI
facility with a work order, you must first analyze the job requirements
and ensure the requester has properly completed block 2 and section I
(Requirement) of the work order. When analyzing the job requirements,
you must consider if the VI facility has the required personnel,
equipment, and materials to complete the project. You also must
consider if the VI facility can complete the project by the date
requested (block 9 of the work order).
(2) Review for security requirements. Once you establish that the
facility has the resources and can complete the project on time, you
continue reviewing the VI work order. If the work requested has a
security classification, you must ensure the requester has annotated the
correct security classification (i.e., confidential, secret, top secret,
etc.) in block 2.
(a) You must have an entry in block 2; therefore, if the
project does not have a security classification, the requester must
indicate that also. Remember, if the requester has entered a security
classification on the work order, then you must follow the proper
security procedures for the classification indicated.
(b) Also keep in mind that while constructing the project, if
you add classified information to the project, you must then add the
appropriate security classification and follow the necessary security
(3) Completing section I. To finish the screening process, you
must check blocks 3 through 12 in section I (Requirement).
(a) Block 3 is selfexplanatory; it contains the address of the
(b) In block 4, make sure the requester has the complete
address of the unit or activity requesting the work, and if the
requesting unit has an account number assigned, ensure the requester has
entered it in block 5.
(c) Blocks 6 through 9 are also selfexplanatory; however, you
must ensure the requester has completed them.