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FF-L-2740

Revision B, June 15, 2011

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LOCKS, COMBINATION, ELECTROMECHANICAL

Includes all amendments and changes through Amendment 2, August 21, 2018


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The purpose of this document is to describe the U.S Government's requirements and expectations for a combination lock designed and manufactured specifically to protect unattended national security information (NSI). Combination locks approved under this specification will be used on new and existing General Services Administration (GSA) approved security containers, vault doors and pedestrian door and pedestrian door deadbolts. These combination locks should incorporate modem electronic security techniques. The collective power of the Internet has created an increase in the number and sophistication of computer and electronic system hacking techniques. The new generation of electromechanical combination locks uses microprocessors with software codes that can be manipulated during manufacture and transportation. Security features designed to ensure the code has not been altered during manufacture and transportation are required. The vulnerabilities of the new coding techniques mandates the development of new security requirements on the manufactures to ensure the electronic components and software are adequately protected and are accessed only by personnel subject to U.SS.law.