Assessor Field Sheet

CMMC Assessor Field Sheet

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ComplyUp’s CMMC Assessor Field Sheet includes the complete CMMC Level 3 Assessment Guide, plus fields for your assessment findings. Sort by CMMC Level, Practice/Process, or Domain. Click the Practice/Process Identifier link to jump to the appropriate Assessment Guide content.

The CMMC Level 3 Assessment Guide has been released by the DoD, and it is recommended that both contractors and C3PAO’s use this guide when attempting to reach compliance or conducting assessments. The Assessment Guide, like the model itself, is built mostly from the NIST 800-171 framework. Specifically, the objectives found in NIST 800-171A.

Certified Assessors will gather information and evidence to independently verify that a contractor meets the stated assessment objectives for all the required practices and processes.

According to the guide itself and confirmed to ComplyUp by several C3PAOs familiar with the matter, 100% of the objectives found in the guide must be met in order to achieve CMMC certification:

“This section provides detailed information for assessing each CMMC practice or process beyond what is provided in the CMMC Model Overview document. The section is organized by domain, processes (for Levels 2 and 3), and then practices. Each practice or process description contains the following elements:
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Assessment Objectives identify the specific list of objectives that must be met to receive MET for the practice or process. For practices derived from NIST SP 800-171, objectives are as defined in NIST SP 800-171A. For practices and processes not based on NIST SP 800-171, CMMC objectives were developed using the same assessment methodology.”

– CMMC Assessment Guide Level 3 v1.10, page 8

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Assessor Field Guide

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