(3) The results of a command inspection are recorded on DA Form 2769-R (Cryptofacility Inspection
Report). These results are maintained on file until the results of the next command inspection are received. DA
Form 2769-R is shown in Figures 7-1 and 7-2.
(4) Discrepancies discovered during the command inspection must be reconciled within 30 days after
receipt of the inspection report. A reply by endorsement is forwarded through command channels to the
c. An INSCOM responsibility is to provide technical assistance to Army activities having prime
COMSEC accounts. To do this, INSCOM conducts inspections of selected critical Army COMSEC accounts.
from an INSCOM inspection team.
(1) Activities that are subject to an INSCOM inspection include:
(a) COMSEC logistic support facilities.
(b) Key distribution and generation centers.
(d) Direct support, general support, and special repair facilities.
(e) Research, development, test, and evaluation facilities.
(f) Army cryptofacilities servicing defense contractors.
(2) The normal interval of INSCOM inspections is 18 months. INSCOM adjusts this interval as
needed. Factors considered in deciding on the inspection frequency include:
(a) The results of recent command and INSCOM inspections.
(b) The type of material held in the account.
(c) The threat within the geographic area of the account.
(d) The number and type of COMSEC incidents occurring since the last inspection.
(e) The training and experience level of the command inspector and the COMSEC custodian.