(b) to direct the SIGINT operations (including collection, processing and reporting) [one line deleted] in accordance with current agreed user requirements, and within the manpower and equipment resources allocated to the national SIGINT effort;
(c) to conduct or otherwise arrange for the production and dissemination of national SIGINT material as required by Canadian consumers [two lines deleted];
(d) to coordinate and conduct research and development on equipment, techniques and procedures to improve the effectiveness of the national SIGINT program;
(e) to plan, engineer and recommend equipment systems which will meet national requirements [four lines deleted];
(f) to conduct liaison with Canadian Government departments in order to establish their intelligence requirements and priorities [three lines deleted];
(g) to formulate requirements, methods, and operational procedures for Canadian SIGINT communications facilities; also to advise on SIGINT security matters;
(h) to provide technical advice and assistance for [word deleted] SIGINT activities as requested;
(i) to undertake such additional SIGINT responsibilities as may be delegated by the ICSI.
(b) to review and evaluate the cryptographic principles incorporated or to be incorporated in any communications-electronic system used or proposed for use by federal departments or agencies;
(c) to evaluate as required commercially produced cryptographic equipment and assess the degree of security provided for specific areas of use;
(d) to produce cryptographic keying material, COMSEC devices and documentation to meet the requirements and priorities of users;
(e) to analyze on departmental request governmental communications and non-communications transmissions in order to determine the existing standard of COMSEC and to provide technical guidance and advice as appropriate;
(f) to carry out tests and surveys as required in the field of emission security, and to develop techniques to protect against compromising electromagnetic and acoustic emanations [from] equipment and systems that may be used to process classified information;
(g) to coordinate and conduct research and development of techniques, equipment and systems to improve the effectiveness of national COMSEC;
(h) to formulate guidelines and to review and evaluate the procedures involved in the installation, operation and maintenance of secure communications-electronic equipments and systems, and to conduct such training courses as may be required;
(i) [four lines deleted];
(j) to undertake such additional COMSEC responsibilities as may be delegated by the ICSI.
Source: History of CBNRC, Chapter 4, Annex A, and Chapter 17, Annex J.
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